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Democrats want investigation into $500,000 WEDC loan

Democratic members of WEDC's board are calling for a federal investigation into a $500,000 loan the jobs agency gave to a Milwaukee construction company....

Device to restore balance for stroke victims is getting on its feet

About 800,000 Americans suffer from a stroke each year. This is an increase from years past due to the ever-aging demographics of America. Not...

Élevé Technical Innerwear: Revolutionizing the yogi’s underwear

On the quest for fashionable comfort, sometimes the buck stops with what’s closest to your skin. This is especially true for athletes and those...

Ex-Packer develops outlet for athletes beyond the game

Millions of fans watch men and women compete in college sports nearly every day. Fans build a strong bond for their favorite school...

La Crosse transplant picks wine-making over family construction business

HEALDSBURG, CALIF. -- When Debra Mathy was in high school, she took French classes so she'd have an excuse to visit France's wine country...

MaryBeth Matzek: Drones find their way into Wisconsin skies, classroom

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion Whether you call them drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), these remote control flying devices...

MaryBeth Matzek: New app helps farmers determine hay prices

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion There seems to be an app for just about anything and now you can add...

MaryBeth Matzek: State-of-the-art training center draws public safety professionals to Appleton

This is an excerpt from a column posted at BizOpinion Preparation is essential when it comes to responding to emergencies, but for those working in...

Milwaukee, Madison chancellors cautiously optimistic on UW System funding, autonomy

MILWAUKEE -- UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Mark Mone said that prior to last week's release of revenue projections, he was "guardedly optimistic" about seeing a reduction...

Mother-daughter duo tackle Medicare together with 65 Incorporated

The thought of having to work with your parents on a daily basis would make most people want to tear their hair out. Melinda...

NightOwl Sleeper aims to increase baby safety … and decrease parents’ worries

The NightOwl Sleeper, an oval-shaped pod from Sleep Environment Innovations, offers potential protection against co-sleeping dangers for parents who cannot resist a nap with...

No deal yet as Bucks arena talks continue

Stakeholders say no deal on public financing for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena was reached in their latest meeting, with Mayor Tom Barrett assessing,...

Panel: Moving people out of poverty important for economic growth, social justice

Madison and its surrounding environs are often touted for their quality of life, ranking at the top of some polls for best places to...

Panel: Wisconsin a leader in health-tech innovation

Raising money in the Badger State for the growing number of local health-tech startups has become considerably easier in the past few years, several...

Senate committee hears testimony on prevailing wage repeal

The authors of Assembly and Senate bills that would repeal prevailing wage in the state defended their proposal under grilling from Dems. Prevailing wages,...

Walker seeking WEDC reform, phase-out of loan program

Gov. Scott Walker is calling for sweeping changes at WEDC, including phasing out a loan program that has faced heavy criticism. The proposed changes...

WisBusiness: The Show – Applied Materials Chairman Mike Splinter

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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