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Aurora to cut 175 jobs

Biotech firms get $3 million

Coming home to grow a company

First Banking Center fails

Kohler lays off 750 workers

Regulators hit Legacy Bank

Senior health programs ailing

UW-Madison: Chancellor to conduct telepresence meeting from China

Contact: William P. Tishler, (608) 333-2745, wptishler@wisc.edu; Jeremi Suri, (608) 263-1852, suri@facstaff.wisc.edu MADISON - As part of her trip to China and Taiwan, Chancellor Biddy...

WisBusiness: Aver Informatics fights health care claim fraud

By Travis Balinas For WisBusiness.com A Wisconsin-based company will soon be revealing its software suite to assist healthcare professionals and systems increase the accuracy of...

WisBusiness: Closing Lake Lawn a blow to Delavan area

By Jim Cryns For WisBusiness.com Lake Lawn Resort on Lake Delavan, a fixture in the state since 1878, is on target to shut its doors in...

WisBusiness: Company aims to bring novel cancer therapy to clinic

By Caroline Schneider For WisBusiness.com NanoOncology, a biotechnology company founded in 2010, is looking to revolutionize cancer treatments and fulfill a currently unmet need in later-stage...

WisBusiness: Gov.-elect Walker to business: You’ve got an ally

By WisBusiness.com staff MILWAUKEE -- Gov.-elect Scott Walker said today he'll do whatever it takes to bring jobs to Wisconsin. Walker told a group of...

WisBusiness: Madison company’s silver nanoparticles help process of healing burns and wounds

By Laura Ahlgren For WisBusiness.com Imagine if a child with severe burns over 10 percent of his or her body could be healed with just one...

WisBusiness: Megatron Systems out to protect high-tech world from electromagnetic attacks

By Jeff Schmidt For WisBusiness.com For those who grew up in the 1980s, the name Megatron may bring back memories of transforming robots engaged in the...

WisBusiness: Panelists say research works best when all types of stem cells are used

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com Wisconsin scientists and start-up companies should continue to use human embryonic stem cells – and their noncontroversial counterparts – in...

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: 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: State, biz groups reach agreement on union meeting lawsuit

The state has reached an agreement with two business groups to drop enforcement of a Wisconsin statute barring employers from punishing workers who refuse...

WisBusiness: State’s numerous economic development plans may get traction after election

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin's economy needs a shot -- or two -- in the arm. The time is ripe for new ideas, economists say, and...

WisBusiness: Xolve helps develop nanotech applications for materials, energy

By Nicolas Calle For WisBusiness.com In 2004, a long-sought treasure was discovered. Its name is graphene, and could be the material that marks the...
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