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Bakken: Madison a national hub for medical IT software development

Madison is in a sweet spot when it comes to creating health care IT software, programs and applications, thanks in large part to the...

Bray ready to grow BioForward after success in Menomonee Valley

After a decade of running Menomonee Valley Partners, which promotes the redevelopment of Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley, Laura Bray was looking for a new challenge. She’s...

GTac shutting state office, curtailing mine investment

Gogebic Taconite is shutting down its office in Hurley effective Sunday, announcing this afternoon an extensive review of a potential mining site found issues...

Judge orders more work on PSC’s renewable energy decisions

A Dane County Circuit Court judge has ordered the Public Service Commission to do further fact-finding to support two of its decisions regarding how...

MaryBeth Matzek: Milwaukee’s HPS aims to simplify health billing process

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion. Ask anyone who's been through a health crisis and they'll tell you: figuring out the...

MaryBeth Matzek: Ruling raises farmer liability concerns

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion. It's been more than six weeks since the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled manure that makes...

MaryBeth Matzek: Scholarships help apprentices buy tools

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion. Paying for education after high school is challenging enough, but throw in potentially expensive supplies...

Organizational changes in store for PSC

The state Public Service Commission is getting a new member and a new chair. Walker administration secretary Mike Huebsch will become a PSC commissioner,...

Senate leader pitches right-to-work as way to get economy moving

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald today pitched his right-to-work legislation as a vehicle to get Wisconsin’s economy moving, saying the state can no longer...

Serial entrepreneur Twose pleased to serve as D2P program’s first mentor

Even though he’s at an age when most people would be happy to retire, veteran serial entrepreneur Trevor Twose says he’d “never say never”...

Union rallies planned to protest right-to-work push

The Wisconsin AFL-CIO plans to hold noon rallies tomorrow and Wednesday at the state Capitol to protest state Republicans' move to enact right-to-work legislation....

UpFront: Cross says Walker budget cut could ‘seriously damage’ UW

UW System President Ray Cross says Gov. Scott Walker's proposed $300 million two-year cut in funding could "seriously damage" the state's 26 campuses. On...

Walker open to UW System tuition cap

Gov. Scott Walker said he would be open to a permanent cap on tuition at the UW System as his administration began its counteroffensive...

Walker says right-to-work will be a draw for companies to move into the state

MILWAUKEE -- With right-to-work legislation moving quickly through the Legislature, Gov. Scott Walker is stressing the positive impact of bill on job creation. That's...

WEDC publishes annual report

WisBusiness: The Show – Derek Hei, director of Waisman Biomanufacturing Center

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Greg Piefer, CEO and founder of SHINE Medical Technologies

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Tricia Braun, WEDC vice president of economic and community development

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