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After 12-hour hearing, Assembly expected to take up right-to-work Thursday

Dem lawmakers finished off an Assembly public hearing on right-to-work by demanding a committee vote on the bill. But all signs point to the...

American Family official ‘bullish’ on Wisconsin startup scene

PEWAUKEE -- If you've started a company that has a new product to help thwart burglary, fire, water damage or identity theft, American Family...

Amhaus, Hall see international opportunities for state businesses

MILWAUKEE -- WEDC chief Reed Hall and Milwaukee Water Council President Dean Amhaus share optimism that Wisconsin businesses are poised to do well in...

Cellectar narrows losses

Civil engineer trades cubicle for zipline adventure

For the first seven years of his working career, Josh Russart toiled as an office-bound civil engineer. And, well, he pretty much hated it. "I...

Dane County judge: No temporary injunction on right-to-work law

MADISON -- Dane County Circuit Court Judge William Foust has denied a motion for a temporary injunction against the state’s right-to-work law. Union attorney Frederick...

EPA administrator says carbon rules could be boon for Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE -- The Midwest's EPA chief said Wisconsin stands to gain economically from new rules that require states to cut carbon emissions from power...

Experts divided on fallout from potential Supreme Court decision on Affordable Care Act

MADISON -- Health care industry experts are divided on what will happen if the U.S. Supreme Court rules this summer that Affordable Care Act...

GMCC’s Brandon selling Madison as ‘innovation hub’

Zach Brandon, who took over as president of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce more than two years ago, says Dane County needs more...

Hearing set for next week on unions’ right to work suit

A group of unions argues in a new suit that right-to-work is an unconstitutional taking of their property because it requires them to represent...

In response to right-to-work, Minnesota Republican invites companies to move across the border

Wisconsin’s push toward adopting right-to-work legislation has prompted a Minnesota Republican to invite two construction companies to move to his state. Job Growth and Energy...

MaryBeth Matzek: Miron Construction invests in helping employees reach their dreams

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion. Carrie Garczynski knows she has a unique title – dream coach – but every day...

MaryBeth Matzek: New SBA program connects lenders, businesses online

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion. Business funding options could just be a few clicks away from entrepreneurs thanks to a...

MaryBeth Matzek: Young professional groups come together to slow Wisconsin brain drain

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion. Between 2008 and 2012, an average of 14,000 college graduates left Wisconsin annually, with most...

MMAC’s Sheehy: New Bucks arena to be placed north of Bradley Center

Calling the proposed location for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena the "worst kept secret in Milwaukee," Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce President Tim Sheehy...

Panelists: Supreme Court Obamacare decision could be enormously disruptive to health care industry

A decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down patient subsidies under Obamacare would be highly disruptive to health care, a panel...

Retired from one job, Dines keeps working to boost emerging Wisconsin companies

When Allen Dines joined the UW-Madison Office of Corporate Relations 13 years ago, he was hired to be a "coach" for faculty who wanted...

Sebelius: ‘Disingenuous’ for Supreme Court to overturn insurance subsidies

MILWAUKEE -- Former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told WisBusiness.com on Tuesday it would be "disingenuous" for the U.S. Supreme Court...

Walker plans to sign right-to-work by Monday

Gov. Scott Walker told business leaders he plans to sign right-to-work by Monday. Addressing WMC's annual Business Day gathering in Madison yesterday, Walker praised...

Walker promises alternative plan on new Bucks arena

Gov. Scott Walker says he is working with state lawmakers on a new plan to fund a Milwaukee Bucks arena and promised reporters "a...

Walker says right to work shows state is ‘open for business’

BROWN DEER - As he signed the right-to-work bill, Gov. Scott Walker touted it for sending a powerful message that "being open for business...

WisBusiness: The Show – Marsha Barwick, director of Marshfield Clinic Applied Sciences

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 – The Wisconsin Tech Summit, WIEG’s Todd Stuart

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...
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