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GreenBiz: Wisconsin renewable energy fair is ‘largest and longest running’

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association will hold its 21st annual Energy Fair, June 18-20, outside Custer. More than 275 exhibitors from all over the...

WisBusiness: Businesses gear up as countdown to July 5 smoking ban continues

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Most members of the Tavern League of Wisconsin are not big fans of the statewide smoking ban at bars...

WisBusiness: Entrepreneurs look for niche with social media assistance

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness MILWAUKEE -- The jury may still be out on whether entrepreneurs can make money for their businesses by using social media,...

WisBusiness: Former guv touts technology for humanitarian work

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- When Scott McCallum left the governor's office nearly eight years ago, he had to figure out what to...

WisBusiness: Regional officials pledge cooperation on environmental measures

By David A. Wise WisBusiness.com A coalition of Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River mayors has announced an initiative to highlight and advance environmentally sustainable practices...

WisBusiness: Sign up now 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: Start-ups advised to decide quickly on cutting ties

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness MILWAUKEE -- Entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs are nothing if not brave, so they packed a workshop on “killer mistakes” at Tuesday’s...

WisBusiness: State officials look to feds for dairy industry support

By Andy Szal WisBusiness.com Top Wisconsin lawmakers today asked the federal government to seek stronger anti-trust standards and greater price transparency to help the state's struggling...

WisBusiness: WMC President Haney to retire after 25 years

By WisBusiness Staff WMC President and CEO Jim Haney will retire next year after leading the state's largest business lobby for more than a quarter-century. Haney,...
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