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BIO Blog: Doyle meets with business prospects

CHICAGO -- Gov. Jim Doyle says he completed a day of “seven consecutive meetings’’ with national and international companies here that are considering locating...

BIO Blog: Doyle says Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery set to open this year

CHICAGO -- Gov. Jim Doyle announced today that the long-awaited Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery -- a projected $375 million public-private bioscience research program first...

CUNA selects next CEO

State banks on mend

WisBusiness: Changing times mean changes in job-hunting etiquette

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness.com Forget about paring your resume to one page and politely waiting to hear from prospective employers – these days, the keyword...

WisBusiness: Cleantech Open seeking green businesses for inaugural Midwest contest

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com MADISON – David Mead’s start-up company, C5-6 Technologies, makes enzyme catalysts to convert agricultural and forestry feedstock into fuels. Tuesday morning,...

WisBusiness: DNR Board to consider public hearings on water conservation

By WisBusiness Staff The state Natural Resources Board at its May meeting will consider holding public hearings on a series of water conservation measures under...

WisBusiness: Experts say Wisconsin exports rebounding in 2010

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Last year was hard on Fort Atkinson-based Digi-Star, which manufactures electronic scales for the agricultural industry. With the U.S. economy struggling,...

WisBusiness: Marinette Marine sees potential to double in size

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Within a few months Marinette Marine will find out if it will become Wisconsin’s biggest defense contractor. It's waiting on...

WisBusiness: Revenue Department sees job growth in 2010

By WisBusiness Staff The state Department of Revenue reported today that Wisconsin saw job growth in the first few months of 2010 and projected additional...

WisBusiness: Sign up for free delivery of Thursday Trends

Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Thursday Trends. The full version of this weekly look at the state of...

WisBusiness: Water businesses fight through rough seas for international sales

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness.com Opportunities for Wisconsin’s many water-related industries to find business in other countries appear as vast as the ocean – but just...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin local food movement looks to expand with institutional support

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com MADISON – In the beginning, the local food movement was mostly about farmers’ markets where shoppers buy directly from growers....
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