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Breaking the cheese ceiling

Technology is lightening the load and helping women to once again take a leading role in cheesemaking. “One hundred-fifty years ago, cheese making...

Dale Carnegie Training president stepping down, leaving behind a legacy

When it comes to growing business and leadership skills, Terry Siebert has a winning recipe. Siebert, age 68, is president of the Madison-based branch...

Engineered Propulsion Systems completes funding round for $765,000

Engineered Propulsion Systems has completed a funding round for $765,000. This is the latest round for the New Richmond-based manufacturer, currently in the process...

Farm Bureau Federation’s Dale Beaty sees challenges on the horizon

Dale Beaty, chief administrative officer for the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation, sees major challenges on the horizon for the state agriculture industry. Rising to...

Former national advisor predicts familiar-looking revised Affordable Care Act

A former national advisor says a revised form of the Affordable Care Act could resemble a proposal from Speaker Paul Ryan. Gail Wilensky...

Frac sand jobs on rebound

GIB decides against covering gender identity-related benefits and services

The board that controls state employee’s health benefits has decided against covering gender identity-related benefits and services, spurring opposition from the LGBTQ community. ...

HealthConnect.Link aims to connect low-income and uninsured people to affordable services

Kevin Dwyer, CEO of HealthConnect.Link, has made it his mission to connect low-income and uninsured people to affordable health and social services. His nonprofit...

High-speed broadband in Wisconsin is ramping up under newest phase of Connect America Fund

Expansion of high-speed broadband in Wisconsin is ramping up under the newest phase of the Connect America Fund, a federal program that attempts to...

JangoBio working on stem cell treatment to fight effects of aging

JangoBio is working on a stem cell treatment that could hold the key to halting, and even reversing, the effects of aging. The natural...

LegalBoard provides “the simplest solution” for lawyers who want to improve productivity

The founder of Pro-Boards has developed “the simplest solution” for lawyers who want to improve their productivity: the LegalBoard. Brian Potts’ solution is...

Midwest investment stays steady with increased funding and deals, report says

The PwC/CB Insights MoneyTree™ Report for the fourth quarter of 2016 shows the Midwest stayed steady with total funding increasing by 1 percent over...

More Wisconsinites picking Healthcare.gov plans than last year

Wisconsinites are continuing to pick Healthcare.gov plans at a higher pace than last year, and 20 percent of them are new customers, according to a new...

SimplifIDe may change how employers and workers protect data

SimplifIDe may change the way employers and their workers protect data. SimplifIDe, a year-old startup, uses unique physical markers that differentiate all humans...

Simply Native Foods brings indigenous Wisconsin superfoods to the mainstream

Simply Native Foods is trying to bring locally sourced, indigenous Wisconsin superfoods into the mainstream. This Madison-based startup company is run by CEO Juliet...

Spaulding Medical creates quick, easy system for providers tracking patient heart health

Spaulding Medical has created a quick, inexpensive and easy-to-use system for care providers tracking the heart health of their patients. The Spaulding ECG, or...

The future of electronics is wearable, panel says

The future of electronics is wearable. So say experts who spoke at a meeting of the Wisconsin Technology Council’s Innovation Network yesterday in Wauwatosa. “The application...

Trend of local St. Croix region firm acquisitions shows no signs of stopping

A trend of local St. Croix region firms being acquired by outside companies shows no signs of stopping. So say economic development leaders in...

WEDC entrepreneurship grants bring $90,000 into Madison entrepreneurial community

Entrepreneurship grants from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation are bringing $90,000 into the Madison entrepreneurial community. The grants, announced Tuesday, will support 11 different...

WisBusiness: The Show – Buddy Arnheim of Perkins Coie

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Shontra Powell of Golden Angels

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

WisBusiness: The Show – WEDC COO Tricia Braun

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

Wisconsin bank consolidations on the rise

Wisconsin bank consolidations are on the rise, with more than double the number occurring in 2016 than in 2014. Rose Oswald Poels, president and...

Wisconsin must plan for carbon-restricted future, industry experts say

Wisconsin must plan for a carbon-constrained future by diversifying its energy portfolio to include more renewable energy, industry experts say. But according to Barbara...
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