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Bugher: A decade of growth at Madison’s University Research Park

In recessionary times, the director of the University Research Park in Madison is bullish on Wisconsin. Mark Bugher, from Eau Claire, is a former...

Neis: VC expert says financial crisis may trim venture firms

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The economic crisis currently swamping the country will probably slow down venture capitalists and the companies they back in the next...

Prudent: Biotech start-up exec says now may be good time to invest

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com It may seem counterintuitive in the midst of the current economic meltdown, but one Madison executive says now is a good...

Stark: Madison real estate market sluggish, but not in crisis

A top Madison real estate executive says the $700 billion effort to salvage toxic mortgage-based securities, which he termed “taking the stinky meat out...

Vickerman: Wisconsin primed for more wind energy development

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin has a long history of using wind-energy to pump water on the state’s plentiful farms and dairies -- but not...

Ward: Wisconsin economy stable in midst of national problems

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The nation’s credit markets may be all but locked up and the country’s finances teetering over an abyss, but Wisconsin’s economy...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin stocks – quarterly winners and losers

In a WisBusiness comparison of stock prices for companies with substantial Wisconsin operations, three large-equipment manufacturers were among the biggest percentage losers in the...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin winery finds switch from tobacco paying off

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com VIROQUA, Vernon County – It’s grape harvest time all over the country, including western Wisconsin. For Bob Starks and his business...

Wisconsin AFL-CIO president: ’08 election could be ‘last chance’ for industrial economy

In the eyes of AFL-CIO of Wisconsin President David Newby, there couldn't be any more at stake this fall for unions. "There is a sense...
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