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Dow sheds nearly 700 points

EAA is huge boon to state

Erdman faces January layoffs

Grads face tough job market

Holiday lights going green

HTI announces January layoffs

Intel fires back, sues WARF

Kenosha among plants idled

Quintessence gets FDA OK

Retailers see mixed returns

Sales slump may fuel closings

ThedaCare jobs get secure

Truckers ride out recession

Wausau Homes to cut 81 jobs

WisBusiness: Back-saving device could help dental professionals avoid early retirement

By Susan Pauer For WisBusiness.com MADISON – About 70 percent of dental practitioners in the United States suffer from back injuries. As a result, almost...

WisBusiness: Comparison finds capital region boasts good start-up numbers, but lags in K-12 enrollment

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- In its report on the assets and challenges for Wisconsin’s eight-county capital region, the “Thrive” regional development collaborative Tuesday...

WisBusiness: EarthMimic develops a more efficient catalyst material for tech-based companies

By Chris Pressley For WisBusiness.com APPLETON – A nano-technology tool developed by Wisconsin-based EarthMimic is drawing investor interest for its ability to speed up chemical reactions. An...

WisBusiness: Emerging Wisconsin tech company engineers ‘clean’ wastewater

By Amanda Ciesielczyk For WisBusiness.com McFARLAND – Wastewater comes from a surprising blend of sources. Farms, municipal wastewater plants, factory cooling towers, meat industry coolers and...

WisBusiness: Experts hopeful Milwaukee can lead on freshwater science

By Russell Korinek For WisBusiness.com A panel of water technology experts told a roomful of industry players that with cooperative efforts from area universities, businesses and...

WisBusiness: I-94 still attracting development, real estate execs say

By Russell Korinek For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- Despite troubling economic times, real estate executives during a Milwaukee panel discussion said today that areas along Interstate...

WisBusiness: Janesville leaders still see potential future for GM plant

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com JANESVILLE -- Business, labor and civic leaders said Wednesday afternoon they've received positive feedback from GM leaders on their proposal to...

WisBusiness: Janesville metro sees highest Nov. jobless rate in state – 7.4%

By WisBusiness Staff Janesville reported the highest November unemployment rate of any metro area in the state, according to figures released today by the state...

WisBusiness: Large Wisconsin manufacturers more likely to follow ‘next-generation’ strategies

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com Wisconsin's large manufacturers are more likely than small firms to be engaged in some "next generation" practices that will help them...

WisBusiness: MMAC files sick leave suit; accused of ‘scare tactics’

By WisBusiness Staff Following through on its promise, the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce filed suit to strike down the city's paid sick leave ordinance....

WisBusiness: No ’09 rate increase for Xcel after three-way negotiation

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON -- When Xcel Energy filed for a multi-million rate increase this summer, natural gas cost around $14 a decatherm. Since...

WisBusiness: SE Wis. biz leaders tout regional transit solution

By Russell Korinek For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- Business leaders from Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha counties stressed today that the key to a stronger regional economy...

WisBusiness: State companies team up on green gift idea to benefit community and environment

By Amanda Ciesielczyk For WisBusiness.com MADISON - Better Environmental Solutions of Madison and Eco Hatchery of Milwaukee have teamed up to introduce an eco-friendly kit billed...

WisBusiness: State, local politicians welcome Google to Madison

By Greg Bump WisBusiness.com With a thriving computer science program at the University of Wisconsin, Gov. Jim Doyle said it's no surprise that Google decided to...

WisBusiness: Supreme Court upholds damages in case involving non-compete clause

The state Supreme Court today ruled in favor of a pair of business owners who sued the former owner of their business over the...

WisBusiness: Wide-ranging impact seen in Wisconsin if automakers fail

By Andy Szal WisBusiness.com The president of a Milwaukee-area auto dealers association urged Congress to approve a bailout of the Big Three automakers, saying “there wouldn’t...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin Genomics Initiative could improve medical care, boost state’s biotech economy

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – The Badger State is poised to boost its reputation as an international leader in personalized medicine, thanks to the...
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