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Cautious optimism on mining

Craft beers flow in Brew City

Drought impact now statewide

Free Tuesday Trends sample: GE rising, household income mixed and dairy falling

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

Growing Power awarded $5M grant

I-90/39 hearing draws crowd

Jadin leaving WEDC for Madison-area development agency

Paul Jadin is leaving his post as secretary and CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. to take a job with Thrive, an economic...

Kohl’s opens 12 new stores

Manpower survey: Healthy hiring projected for Wisconsin

Employers in Wisconsin expect to hire at a healthy pace during the fourth quarter of 2012, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey. From...

OSHA cites Miller Compressing

State rolls out $500,000 ad campaign touting business climate

A new ad campaign dubbed "In Wisconsin" is aimed at making businesses in Wisconsin aware of available help from state government as well as...

Tearing down to build back up

Tuesday Trends sample: Madison research rising, venture capital legislation mixed and labor force falling

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

Tuesday Trends sample: Milwaukee sponsorship rising, poverty mixed and Paul Jadin falling

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

UpFront: Sullivan sees deep roots to current skills gap

Former Bucyrus CEO Tim Sullivan says the so-called "skills gap" between workers and jobs in Wisconsin has roots that extend back more than two...

We The People/Wisconsin: Economy — Businessman backs teacher pay boosts but wants districts to...

By Kay Nolan For WisBusiness.com As a fiscally conservative businessman, Bret Gundlach sees plenty of opportunities for school districts to cut administrative overhead without sacrificing anything...

WisBusiness: CEO Grangaard says focus on fundamentals key to Allen Edmonds’ revival

Four years ago, Port Washington-based Allen Edmonds Shoe Corp. was on death’s door. But with investment banker Paul Grangaard as the new chief executive at...

WisBusiness: Commerce secretary sees manufacturing as economic bright spot

MILWAUKEE -- Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank says the U.S. economy can continue to move forward by increasing consumer spending and spurring innovation...

WisBusiness: Diplomats say free trade, not tariffs, helps grow economy for all

By Brian E. Clark For WisBusiness.com MADISON -- The U.S. economy remains in the doldrums, but a trio of foreign diplomats says it would be wrong...

WisBusiness: Expert warns biotech firms to prepare for changing health care system

Finding financial backing may be difficult now for many biotech companies working in the health care field, but those that innovate and pay attention...

WisBusiness: Jobless rate rises to 7.5% as state adds 7,800 jobs in August

New preliminary numbers from the state Department of Workforce Development show the unemployment rate rose to 7.5 percent in August, up 0.2 percentage points...

WisBusiness: State officials downplay federal criticism on economic development

Gov. Scott Walker is defending the handling of a letter from the feds chastising the state for improperly handing out economic development funding. The U.S....

WisBusiness: The Show – Nancy Pautsch from Core BTS

Welcome to a new episode of "WisBusiness: The Show," a twice-a-month Web show covering state business news and issues. This edition features an interview...

WisBusiness: The Show – WEDC’s Paul Jadin

Welcome to a new episode of "WisBusiness: The Show," a twice-a-month Web show covering state business news and issues. This edition features an interview...
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