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AT&T cutting service workforce

Dairy farmers to get help

GreenBiz: Lakeshore Tech a leader in wind tech ed

Not many students go to class 100 feet or more in the air, but those enrolled in the Lakeshore Technical College Wind Energy Associate...

M&I Corp. ratings downgraded

Modest signs of recovery

Owens closes Shawano plants

State film company wins Emmy

Visit Milwaukee budget dips

WisBusiness: Cable industry disputes state audit that finds rising prices

By WisBusiness Staff The cable industry is taking issue with the state audit that found prices rose between 2007 and 2009 despite legislation designed to...

WisBusiness: Dairy industry looking forward to profitable 2010

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- The year 2009 can’t end fast enough, milk producers said Tuesday at the annual Dairy Business Association conference....

WisBusiness: Doyle sees possible 15-year phase-in for cap and trade

By Andy Szal WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle says that even if a broad international agreement on carbon caps eludes the dignitaries at the Copenhagen climate change...

WisBusiness: FlameDisk is lighting a fire in market for tailgating gear

By Serena Gilbert For WisBusiness.com MIDDLETON -- Football season also means tailgating time. For many tailgaters, however, the prep and clean-up time cuts into their pre-...

WisBusiness: Flex Biomedical aims to produce more effective osteoarthritis treatment

By Va Moua For WisBusiness.com For those who suffer from osteoarthritis, treatment usually involves weekly injections that often don't work at first and produce spotty results...

WisBusiness: HarQen’s ‘Voice Screener’ can save time for job applicants, employers

By Emily Jones For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- When a job interview goes poorly, no one comes out happy. Job seekers, understandably, are disappointed that their preparation...

WisBusiness: Impact of stimulus mixed, panel says

By Tyler Greenblatt For WisBusiness.com Public and private sector leaders say Wisconsin’s use of stimulus funding has greatly helped government entities and programs, but admit it’s...

WisBusiness: Iowa start-up moves to Wisconsin in hopes of growing in Midwest’s biotech haven

By Victor Dupuy For WisBusiness.com AimsBio is a biotechnology company that aims to re-root itself in the fertile start-up soil of Madison. AimsBio, which focuses its research...

WisBusiness: Manpower survey finds mixed bag for state hiring outlook

By WisBusiness Staff A new employment outlook survey finds a mixed bag for employers' hiring plans in and around Wisconsin during the first three months...

WisBusiness: Neuro Amp will treat Alzheimer’s symptoms while search for cure continues

By Ben Kuo For WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE -- Alzheimer’s, a neurodegenerative disease characterized by memory loss and cognitive impairments, is becoming more widespread among the elderly. And...

WisBusiness: Raw milk advocate ordered to give deposition as supporters rally outside

By Gregg Hoffmann For WisBusiness.com VIROQUA - Circuit Court Judge Michael Rosborough ruled Monday that the founder of Belle’s Lunchbox, which offers raw milk products, must...
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