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Sources: Leinenkugel to seek GOP Senate nomination vs. Feingold

Outgoing Doyle administration Commerce Secretary Dick Leinenkugel is expected to announce later this month that he's running for the U.S. Senate as a Republican,...

WisBusiness: Brewers’ owner sees potential for future payroll in excess of $100 million

By Gregg Hoffmann For WisBusiness.com The Milwaukee Brewers are up to 130 sponsorships, which helps support a payroll that has reached $90 million, according to...

WisBusiness: Consultant urges manufacturers to look for savings in shipping

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness As companies struggle through tough economic times, most could save considerable money in shipping costs for both the products they sell...

WisBusiness: Daughter says Gaylord Nelson would be ‘ashamed’ of Senate stance on energy bill

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com If Gaylord Nelson, the father of Earth Day, were still alive, he would tell state Senate leaders that he is...

WisBusiness: Dems look to pass more jobs bills in final month of session

With the end of the legislative session looming -- and facing a potentially tough election cycle later this year -- Dems in charge of...

WisBusiness: Departing Commerce secretary ‘tremendously excited’ for new opportunity

By WisBusiness Staff Outgoing Commerce Secretary Dick Leinenkugel says he’s “tremendously excited” about a new opportunity. But he said he can’t announce what it is...

WisBusiness: Enthusiasm for local food boosts community-supported farms

By Marc Eisen For WisBusiness.com The local food movement is providing a noticeable boost this spring to Wisconsin farmers who sell seasonal-vegetable subscriptions to families in...

WisBusiness: From idea to pharmacy counters: Sleep and memory drug begins long journey

By Dimitry Voronov For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Finding a drug that can regulate sleep and memory is a tall order. However, Charles Landry, a former assistant...

WisBusiness: Manufacturers see labor shortage for skilled positions

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness MILWAUKEE -- Three Wisconsin manufacturers that have grown despite the recession say finding and keeping employees will be the biggest challenge...

WisBusiness: Revised state energy bill gets a mixed reaction

By WisBusiness staff Backers of the “Clean Energy Jobs Act” hailed a revised bill unveiled Tuesday as a positive step to move the state toward...

WisBusiness: Theater owners face real-life drama as 3-D roll-out coincides with economic crisis

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness.com Perhaps someone will one day make a movie about it: How theater owners, from mom-and-pop operations to big cinema chains,...

WisBusiness: This ‘crazy owl’ offers wise strategy on controlling energy costs

By Maggie Lu For WisBusiness    MIDDLETON -- It's that time of the month: consumers open the envelope from their local utility, stare at the digits on...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin presence rebounds at BIO 2010 in Chicago

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Wisconsin will increase its presence at this year’s international biotechnology convention – BIO 2010 – by nearly 70 percent over...
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