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3 companies notify state about total of 374 layoffs

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Wausau Paper plans cuts

WisBusiness: Actor Shalhoub makes public push to keep film tax credit

By WisBusiness Staff Actor and Green Bay native Tony Shalhoub -- who wrote a letter last month asking Gov. Jim Doyle to keep the state’s...

WisBusiness: Alumni association seeks grads to return to Wisconsin companies

By WisBusiness Staff The Wisconsin Alumni Association's Paula Bonner says a cooperative effort to match UW-alumni execs around the country with Wisconsin companies is progressing...

WisBusiness: Brewers’ home opener finds owner Attanasio in good spirits

By Gregg Hoffmann For WisBusiness.com With huge crowds for the first home weekend of the season and renewed fan enthusiasm after a 2008 playoff run, Milwaukee...

WisBusiness: Doyle sees potential for auto industry comeback

By Greg Bump WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle told a conference of UAW officials at the Concourse Hotel in Madison that the American auto industry will, and...

WisBusiness: Doyle touts expansion of state health care program

By Greg Bump WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Gov. Jim Doyle today told the Wisconsin Hospital Association that in spite of budget difficulties the state must continue to...

WisBusiness: Experts say Milwaukee area could see real estate turnaround

By David A. Wise WisBusiness.com Despite a decline in southeastern Wisconsin home sales and prices, real estate experts in a conference call today said they see...

WisBusiness: Flying Cart helps small businesses soar to new heights in cyberspace

By Amanda Jutrzonka For WisBusiness.com MADISON – “To help small businesses be amazing online.” This is the mindset driving the success of Flying Cart LLC, according...

WisBusiness: Forward Janesville president says city in position to rebound

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Within five years, Janesville should be able to recoup the 3,500-plus auto and auto-related jobs it has lost with the...

WisBusiness: In meeting with IOC, Doyle touts potential Chicago-Madison rail connection

By Greg Bump WisBusiness.com After meeting with members of the International Olympic Committee, Gov. Jim Doyle said Wisconsin “has an enormous stake” in Chicago landing...

WisBusiness: Innovation in television industry continues with LED screen backlighting

By Michael Felling For WisBusiness.com The ritual of watching TV has improved over the years as technology has helped transform TVs from black-and-white, snowy screens with...

WisBusiness: Madison business owners offer advice for surviving ‘depression’

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com Property values are “too lousy to sell and too lousy to buy” for Madison developer Terrence Wall, who joined a panel...

WisBusiness: New concrete additive provides cheaper, environmentally friendly solution to old problem

By Andy Daleiden For WisBusiness.com DE PERE – When people think of “green” products, they tend to think of things that carry a bigger price tag...

WisBusiness: New software aims to help small firms with client relationships

By Christine Fox For WisBusiness.com MADISON – A new software application, designed to help professionals manage pertinent client relationship information, will soon hit the market for...

WisBusiness: Pharma exec sees prevention, improved insurance access as keys to health reform

By Matt Dolbey For WisBusiness.com   An executive for Johnson and Johnson, the third largest pharmaceutical company in the world, is watching for coming health care reform...

WisBusiness: Planes, trains and automobiles — A travel service that coordinates them all

By Tyler Stevenson For WisBusiness.com BAYSIDE - Got your ticket. But now what? Whether flying to Paris, riding the metro downtown, or hopping on the train...

WisBusiness: Plans taking shape to address climate change at regional, state and federal levels

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Clean Wisconsin policy director Keith Reopelle told the UW-Madison Nelson Institute's Earth Day conference that regional efforts to...

WisBusiness: Research Park rolls out Madison incubator suites

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – When the Metro Innovation Center on East Washington Ave. begins filling with tenants, they may look a lot like...

WisBusiness: Small-business owners tell oversight panel credit still tight despite TARP program

By David Wise WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- Small-business owners expressed frustration today at their inability to access credit despite the government's injection of more than $500...

WisBusiness: Software company looks to fill sports management niche

By Dustin Choy For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE – A software program customized for the financial management needs of major sports teams and athletic departments is one of...

WisBusiness: Solar Carport looks to recharge plug-in hybrid vehicles

By Rachel Zwirlein For WisBusiness.com VERONA – Motorists have used carports for decades to shield vehicles from the ravages of weather, including paint-fading sun. ...

WisBusiness: SPIDR technology spins disease-detecting web

By Peter Ladwig For WisBusiness.com A Madison-area company will soon be marketing an improved technology that may help doctors better detect infectious agents and diseases in...

WisBusiness: State approves 10-year, $23 million maintenance plan for Bradley Center

By Andy Szal WisBusiness.com The State Building Commission has approved a $23 million maintenance plan over the next 10 years for Milwaukee’s Bradley Center....

WisBusiness: Verona manufacturer has high hopes for new recycled-content tile

By Matt Simko For WisBusiness.com VERONA – As city of Madison recycling coordinator George Dreckmann recently explained, it is not just a desire to recycle a...

WisBusiness: Wolter updates unfolding plans for recovery and reinvestment funds

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com Office of Recovery and Reinvestment Chief Gary Wolter kept his day job as MG&E CEO because his brief role in the...

WisBusiness.com: Experts at forum explore `Wisconsin Way’ out of recession

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Experts in economics, education, and entrepreneurship joined key business leaders Monday to chart a course out of the...

WisBusiness.com: PSC chair signals support for cap and trade

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- The head of the Wisconsin Public Service Commission told a gathering marking the 39th Earth Day Wednesday he...
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