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Dow continues slump

M&I reports $393M loss

Marshall & Ilsley stock tumbles

Marshall & Ilsley Corp.'s stock tumbled today, the first day of trading after the company announced on Thursday it expects to report a second...

Northwest Airlines layoffs in Wisconsin unclear

WisBusiness.com A Northwest Airlines representative said today the company doesn’t know how many employees will be terminated in Wisconsin as a result of cutbacks...

Report: Minimum markup law at millions to price of gas

WisBusiness.com: A report by the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute says the state's minimum markup law is adding $278 million a year to price consumers pay...

State keeps cheese crown

Tobacco sales take hit

WisBusiness: China-U.S. water symposium opens door to cooperation

By David A. Wise For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- A week-long China-U.S. water symposium that brought more than 25 government officials and environmental experts from China wrapped...

WisBusiness: DNR issues Oak Creek water intake permit

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com We Energies has reached an agreement with Clean Wisconsin and the Sierra Club that will allow the utility to...

WisBusiness: Flambeau Biofuels could begin production in 2011

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Flambeau River BioFuels President Bob Byrne says his company could have its biorefinery in Park Falls up in running by...

WisBusiness: Forbes ranks Milwaukee high for young professionals

WisBusiness.com Beating out locales such as Atlanta, Dallas, Denver and Seattle, Milwaukee has been ranked as the ninth best city by Forbes.com in its...

WisBusiness: Global Warming Task force to vote on pact Thursday

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com A set of proposals to significantly reduce greenhouse gases in Wisconsin is expected to be approved handily when the...

WisBusiness: GM could owe state up to $8 million

By Greg Bump WisBusiness.com About $8 million in grants the state gave to General Motors to boost worker training at its Janesville plant were tied...

WisBusiness: Harley earnings fall almost 25 percent

WisBusiness.com Hindered by a weak U.S. economy and gas prices topping the $4 mark, Harley-Davidson Inc. says its earnings fell nearly 25 percent during...

WisBusiness: M&I Corp. reports $394 million quarterly loss

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Milwaukee-based Marshall & Ilsley Corp. is reporting a net loss $1.52 per share for the second quarter as it...

WisBusiness: Mazomanie printer to lay off 125

WisBusiness.com Workers at Mazomanie’s Synergy Web Graphics were told by a court-appointed receiver today that the company will be either be sold or closed...

WisBusiness: New UW-Madison business school wing to open with fall classes

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com When UW-Madison MBA students return for fall classes in late August, they’ll find new digs in the form of...

WisBusiness: Ningbo mayor urges economic cooperation

WisBusiness.com Ningbo Vice Mayor Wu Hemin urged continued economic cooperation between Milwaukee and the highly industrialized Chinese port city during a trade conference in...

WisBusiness: Supreme Court ruling means state take $300 million tax hit

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The state Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Menasha Corp. and against the state in a high-profile sales...

WisBusiness: Task force endorses global warming report

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com SUN PRAIRIE - The state's Global Warming Task Force today overwhelmingly endorsed a list of recommendations that would significantly...

WisBusiness: Tourism boss says state heading into peak travel weeks

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin Tourism Secretary Kelli Trumble says she believes Wisconsin resorts and travel-based businesses are holding their own as they...

WisBusiness: Water symposium draws Chinese officials, scholars

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com More than 25 government officials and environmental experts from China are in Madison to attend the first “China-US Water...

WisBusiness: Zach Brandon appointed to Commerce post

WisBusiness.com Madison alder and businessman Zach Brandon has been appointed by Gov. Jim Doyle to the post of executive assistant at the Department of...
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