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TOMORROW: Top Milwaukee-area officials discuss regional transpo issues at forum

-- Panelists include Mayor Tom Barrett, County Exec. Scott Walker, state Reps. Cory Mason and Jeff Stone--   MILWAUKEE -- Come to a June 10 forum...

UpFront: GE Healthcare looking to improve access, reduce health care costs by 15 percent...

GE Healthcare’s Michael Barber, who heads the company’s program to improve access to health care and reduce health care costs globally by 15 percent...

WisBusiness: Brewers becoming marketing winners, too

By Gregg Hoffmann For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- As the Milwaukee Brewers have won on the field, they also have become big winners in the marketing field....

WisBusiness: Details fuzzy on state’s plan to lure GM

By WisBusiness Staff The state has submitted its incentive package aimed at wooing GM into producing a line of small cars at its idled Janesville...

WisBusiness: Downturn could drive interest in this year’s state Entrepreneurs Conference

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Basic economic history teaches that down economies stimulate innovators. If that’s true, then this Tuesday and Wednesday’s Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference in...

WisBusiness: Education secretary visits Milwaukee to unveil grant program for displaced workers

By Ryan Cardarella For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today announced a $7 million national grant program aimed at helping displaced workers...

WisBusiness: For start-up companies, getting financing can add challenges

By David A. Wise WisBusiness.com Having the wrong investors may be a worse problem for an entrepreneur than having no investors. That bit of advice was...

WisBusiness: Former Ambassador Graber touts Europe as positive option for state firms

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com WISCONSIN DELLS -- A former U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic told state business leaders Wednesday that Eastern Europe has one...

WisBusiness: Janesville GM plant could be used for production of new small car

By Greg Bump WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle today praised news that the idled Janesville GM plant is one of three domestic facilities under consideration to build...

WisBusiness: Judge strikes down Milwaukee sick leave ordinance

By David Wise WisBusiness.com Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Thomas R. Cooper today ruled Milwaukee's mandatory paid sick leave ordinance "invalidly enacted and unconstitutional” due to provisions in...

WisBusiness: Lawton announces new SBA loan program

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com Lt. Gov. Barbara Lawton today joined with federal Small Business Administration officials to unveil new SBA loans for small...

WisBusiness: Marcus says government-fueld stigma against corporate travel hurting hotels

By David Wise For WisBusiness MILWAUKEE -- Battered by the recession and a government-fueled stigma against corporate travel, hotels nationally have seen a dramatic decrease in...

WisBusiness: Midwest economy remains sluggish in Fed Beige Book Report

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com Though April unemployment showed slight improvement across the Midwest (except Ohio), mixed economic signs persist in the Federal Reserve Board’s June...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee-area officials pan finance panel’s transit plan

By David A. Wise WisBusiness.com Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee Co. Exec. Scott Walker and two legislators on Wednesday panned a Joint Finance Committee-approved plan for...

WisBusiness: New Ford Taurus has Wisconsin connections

By Tracy Will WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Wisconsin Ford dealers in Madison Monday got to test drive the new Ford Taurus, a new version of the popular...

WisBusiness: PSC supports Beltline route for ATC’s Dane County transmission line

By Tracy Will For WisBusiness.com The three members of the state Public Service Commission unanimously agreed today to approve a new American Transmission Co. power line...

WisBusiness: UW System meets half its “Growth Agenda” goals

By Andy Szal WisBusiness.com The UW System reports the system’s colleges and universities are producing more graduates with fewer credits under the new Growth Agenda for...

WisBusiness.com: ‘Wisconsin in Washington’ event aims to bring home business

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Nearly four dozen executives from Wisconsin companies will be in Washington today and Wednesday, meeting with legislators, their staffs and...
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