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Appleton to lay off 75 more

BPA substitutes sought

Dow plunges 400+ points again

Dow tumbles 443 points

Lee earnings off 73 percent

Miller Electric cuts 95 jobs

MillerCoors cuts 269 jobs

Plan would expand BadgerCare

Profit jumps at MillerCoors

Sales double at NewPage

WisBusiness: Brainfruit offers a desktop portal to advertising and data consumers want to see

By Annette Zwald For WisBusiness.com MADISON – Joe Plasterer knows “new media.” He helped develop Sonic Foundry’s first $1 million account, MediaSite, and he hasn’t stopped...

WisBusiness: Coal plant opponents cheer PSC’s decision to reject $1.3 billion proposal

By Tracy Will WisBusiness.com A spokesman for a state utility watchdog said today's unanimous Public Service Commission vote to deny a plan for a new coal-fired...

WisBusiness: Composite Rebar Technology ready to take the reins and leave steel behind

By David Peck For WisBusiness.com MADISON – Steel reinforcement bar has been the backbone of the concrete construction industry since the first skyscraper towered over Manhattan....

WisBusiness: Doyle and Leinenkugel drive technology discussion at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium

By Amanda Ciesielczyk For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Gov. Jim Doyle opened the second day of the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium with some dire words about the...

WisBusiness: Investment sprints ahead at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium

By Amanda Ciesielczyk WisBusiness.com MADISON – Up to 20 new companies are presenting products at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium, held today and tomorrow at Madison's...

WisBusiness: Madison start-up working on potential epilepsy breakthrough

By Shelly Bohn For WisBusiness.com MADISON – For people who suffer from epilepsy, current drugs don’t always control seizures. A startup company with ties to UW-Madison...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee voters pass measure requiring sick pay

By David Wise For WisBusiness.com Milwaukee voters have overwhelmingly approved a binding referendum requiring employers to provide paid sick leave to their employees. It was backed...

WisBusiness: Road-building projects still on tap, DOT official tells transpo conference

By Tracy Will and Andy Szal For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Despite a projected $5 billion state budget deficit, lower gas tax revenues and rising costs...

WisBusiness: Small-business owners advised to look to long-term goals

By Ryan Cardarella For WisBusiness.com With stricter banking regulation and an overall economic slowdown, a panel of Milwaukee-area business leaders Tuesday evening advised small-business owners to...

WisBusiness: TomoTherapy exec shrugs off shareholder suits

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- TomoTherapy's CEO said Tuesday that recent stockholder lawsuits against the company are “most likely some lawyer trying to make...

WisBusiness: Trane cuts La Crosse jobs

By Gregg Hoffmann For WIsBusiness.com Trane cut 20 salaried jobs at its La Crosse operations Wednesday and could eliminate 75 more jobs in upcoming months. Citing the...

WisBusiness: Transpo group’s report sees potential state funding shortfall

By WisBusiness staff The Transportation Development Association issued a report today on Wisconsin’s transportation system warning of a transportation funding shortfall and recommending a new...

WisBusiness.com: Chancellor says UW-Madison an economic driver

By Andy Szal WisBusiness.com MADISON -- UW-Madison Chancellor Carolyn “Biddy” Martin declared Monday that the university was a statewide economic driver that could do even more...

WisBusiness.com: Leaders hint state stimulus coming

By Patrick Fitzgerald For WisBusiness.com State business leaders said today that the state needs to stay on the offensive economically, preserve education funding, and find ways...
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