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2nd quarter punishes banks

Aid headed for mill workers

Appleton reports $42M loss

Credit unions prosper

Jitters drove energy deal

Oshkosh Corp. reports quarterly loss

Oshkosh Corp. today reported that it incurred a fiscal third quarter net loss of $84.3 million, or $1.14 per share, compared with net income...

Panelist: Milwaukee companies not taking advantage of Act 255

By David Wise WisBusiness.com Milwaukee is lagging behind Madison in the number of high-tech startup companies benefiting from a tax credit program for angel...

Smithfield reports 1Q loss

UW-Madison chancellor blasts WMC

WisBusiness.com Outgoing UW-Madison Chancellor John D. Wiley decries Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce as the "biggest driver of our toxic political environment" in the new...

Venture fund exceeds goal

WisBusiness: $105 million deal reached in Oak Creek power plant squabble

WisBusiness.com The two sides in the three-year legal battle over the water intake system at the Oak Creek Power Plant have reached a $105...

WisBusiness: Culver brothers donate $250,00 to state’s junior golf program

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin business leaders Craig and Curt Culver have donated $250,000 to fund an expansion of First Tee, a program...

WisBusiness: Doyle says no to coal for state-owned plants in Madison

WisBusiness.com In a move aimed at combatting greehouse gases, Gov. Jim Doyle is telling the state Department of Administration (DOA) and the University of...

WisBusiness: Global Warming Task Force Recommendations headed to Legislature

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – The Governor’s Global Warming Task Force finished its work last month, producing a raft of recommendations to...

WisBusiness: Midwest Air passenger count falls 21 percent in July

WisBusiness.com Midwest Airlines and Midwest Connect plan to lay off 40 percent of their staff and cut flights by the same amount to save...

WisBusiness: Regional cap-and-trade proposal remains contentious

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Though they might have had a few reservations, most of the 29 members on the Governor’s Global Warming Task...

WisBusiness: Research Park’s new urban campus hopes to draw high-tech firms

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Most of the 115 businesses in the University Research Park on the Capital City’s west side are...
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