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Area businesses team up to deliver Mallards baseball games via the Web

Every home pitch delivered wirelessly using TDS’ WiMAX technology and Mediasite webcasting technology.   MADISON, Wis. – June 9, 2008 – For the second year in...

Dells feels the loss

WisBusiness: Doyle appoints leaders of effort to save Janesville GM plant

WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle has appointed UAW Local 95 President Brad Dutcher and community leader and school board member Tim Cullen to lead the...

WisBusiness: Entrepreneurs’ conference: ‘Dramatic’ gains seen in state’s angel investing climate

By David Wise WisBusiness.com Wisconsin Technology Council President Tom Still today said the investment climate in Wisconsin “is getting progressively better” with increased investment...

WisBusiness: Foreclosure rates remain high

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin added nearly 2,000 new foreclosures in May, bringing year-to-date foreclosures up to 10,644 and more than 38 percent higher than the...

WisBusiness: Kikkoman to open research center in Madison

By Samantha Hernandez WisBusiness.com Madison is getting a saucy new research center. Yuzaburo Mogi, Chairman and CEO of Kikkoman Corporation, announced Friday that the...

WisBusiness: LHI to add third building in La Crosse

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com Chairman and CEO Don Weber announced Wednesday LHI will start construction early next year on a third Riverside Center building in...

WisBusiness: Marquette names new business school dean

WisBusiness.com Marquette University has a new business school dean. Linda M. Salchenberger, associate dean of academics in Northwestern University’s School of Continuing Studies, has...

WisBusiness: Natural Resources Board adopts mercury rule

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board today unanimously approved a rule that will require utilities to reduce mercury emissions...

WisBusiness: Officials plan pushback in response to GM plant closing

By Brian Clark WisBusiness.com JANESVILLE -- Flanked by union representatives and local officials, Gov. Jim Doyle compared the announced Janesville GM plant closing to a "death...

WisBusiness: Spacesaver finishes Fort Atkinson expansion

WisBusiness.com Spacesaver Corp. has finished a 45,000-square-foot, $7.5 million expansion of its plant in Fort Atkinson. Spacesaver - a division of Green Bay-based KI...

WisBusiness: State task force backs 75 percent cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050

WisBusiness.com The Governor’s Global Warming Task Force today finalized recommendations aimed at cutting Wisconsin's greenhouse gas emissions and developing a clean energy economy, according...

WisBusiness: State’s tart cherry crop failing

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin’s tart cherry crop will be drastically reduced this year. And up in Door County, growers say they may harvest no crop...

WisBusiness: State’s unemployment rate falls

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin’s unemployment rate for May was 4.2 percent, down 0.2 percentage points from the April rate of 4.4 percent and one-half of a...

WisBusiness: Third Wave Technologies sold for $580 million

WisBusiness.com Madison's Third Wave Technologies is being sold for $580 million to Massachusetts-based Hologic, Inc. The transaction should be completed this fall. Third...

WisBusiness: Union members react to GM shutdown plans

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness JANESVILLE – When Pam Good graduated from Craig High School 22 years ago, she considered herself lucky when she landed a...

WisBusiness: UW-Milwaukee Foundation licenses alcohol addiction compounds

WisBusiness.com The UW-Milwaukee Research Foundation and MPP Group LLC have announced the completion of a license agreement for a series of compounds that may...

WisBusiness: Walgreens to pay state $1.9 million

WisBusiness.com Walgreens has agreed to pay nearly $1.9 million to the Wisconsin Medicaid Program to settle allegations of improper billing, Attorney General Van Hollen...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin could benefit from Chicago Olympics

By David Wise WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE - The Brew City would likely see an economic boost, and perhaps rail transportation upgrades, should Chicago be chosen...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin ranks in middle of national Technology and Science Index

WisBusiness.com Massachusetts, which just passed a $1-billion life sciences bill to invest in high-tech infrastructure and research and development over the next 10 years,...
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