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Airbnb to collect room taxes in Green Bay

Airbnb has agreed with Green Bay to collect and remit the city’s 10 percent room tax for all of its Green Bay hosts --...

Blank excited about Foxconn partnership possibilities

UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank, who talked to Foxconn executives over dinner at the governor's mansion this month, says she's excited for the possibility to...

Bootler comes to Wisconsin to further simplify online ordering

A new search engine for food and alcohol delivery services has come to Wisconsin with hopes of further simplifying the online ordering process. Bootler...

BrightStar Senior Living Madison breaking ground soon on new facility

BrightStar Senior Living Madison is breaking ground next month in Waunakee for the construction of a new senior care living facility. This company is...

BTC lands over $280,000 in grants supporting business training

Blackhawk Technical College has landed over $280,000 in grants to support specialized training for nine local businesses. The money comes through the Wisconsin Technical...

Cross says system will ‘scale up’ engineering, business courses

UW System President Ray Cross says the system will have to "scale up" its engineering and business courses following the Foxconn announcement. But Cross...

Datica launches website to help out developers

Datica, a Madison-based cloud platform and data services company for the health care industry, just launched a website to help developers bring applications to...

Drones in flight above UW campus for new class

UW-Madison students recently got some hands-on experience with flying drones on campus as part of a new summer class. Of the 10 students...

Experts say Foxconn deal looks promising, though unknowns remain

Business experts in the state say the Foxconn deal looks promising for Wisconsin, though some details have yet to be nailed down. Tom Still,...

Foxconn to partner with Rockwell Automation

Foxconn has already announced a partnership with a major Milwaukee-based employer: Rockwell Automation. But observers say more partnerships with companies like Johnson Controls and...

GOP bill could worsen physician shortage, opponents argue

A GOP bill that would prohibit certain UW-Madison medical students from getting trained by Planned Parenthood to conduct abortions could worsen the state's physician...

Grant to UW-Milwaukee supporting genetic research in Lake Michigan

A grant from the Fund for Lake Michigan will support genetic research by UW-Milwaukee scientists as part of a broad push to improve the...

Influx of workers could support Foxconn factory, business leaders say

An influx of workers from outside Wisconsin could help provide enough workers for the Taiwanese technology company Foxconn as it weighs building a factory...

Kiio tests and develops new protocol for tendinopathy

Kiio, a Madison-based tech company with a health engagement platform, is partnering with the Department of Defense to test and develop a new protocol...

Kwik Trip to acquire PDQ

Madison water treatment plant proceeding on schedule

Work on a new water treatment plant for Madison is proceeding on schedule, according to Miron Construction project manager Mark Brusberg. He says the...

Mauston charter school pushing students past fear of failure

Mauston’s iLEAD charter school is working to move students past fear of failure so they can succeed in the economy of tomorrow. So says...

MCW enrolling doctor of pharmacy program this summer

The Medical College of Wisconsin will be enrolling the inaugural class of its doctor of pharmacy program this summer now that it’s gotten the...

Medical malpractice claim limit ruled unconstitutional

Wisconsin's limit on the amount of money patients can receive under medical malpractice claims is unconstitutional, a state appeals court recently ruled. The case...

New study connects lack of sleep to Alzheimer’s disease

A new study including work from UW-Madison researchers has established a link between lack of sleep and higher risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease. The...

New study investigates colorectal cancer screening

A recent study from the UW School of Medicine and Public Health shows that people with insurance policies covering certain kinds of tests are...

Trump, state GOP leaders praise Foxconn plan

President Donald Trump says Foxconn will add more manufacturing jobs than “we’ve seen in many, many decades” starting with a $10 billion campus in...

Two new grant opportunities funded by Wisconsin Partnership Program

Two new grant opportunities are being funded by UW-Madison’s Wisconsin Partnership Program with the goal of improving health equity in the state As part...

UnitedHealthcare giving $100,000 in grants to four nonprofits

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Wisconsin is doling out $100,000 in grants to four nonprofits working to improve the lives of those with disabilities. “UnitedHealthcare’s...

Water Council welcomes latest BREW startups

Milwaukee’s Water Council is welcoming the latest group of water tech-focused startups to its BREW Accelerator program. “From a gel filtering technology to giant...

Wet weather slowing down farmers in Wisconsin

Unusually soggy weather has been a drag on Wisconsin agricultural production. “Basically, the spring was cool and wet, so farmers were delayed at...

WHA points to high-risk pools as option for stabilization

The Wisconsin Hospital Association said today that one option as the Trump administration looks to stabilize individual health care marketplaces is turning to the...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Alywn Fitzgerald, president of the Wisconsin Winery Association

This week’s episode of WisBusiness: The Podcast features Alwyn Fitzgerald, president of the Wisconsin Winery Association and part of the leadership for the recently...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Chris Johnson, drone course instructor at UW-Madison

This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Chris Johnson, a lecturer at UW-Madison who teaches an introductory course on unmanned aerial systems, or drones....

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Shannon Lory of Arch Virtual

This episode of “WisBusiness The Podcast” features Shannon Lory, a partner in virtual reality firm Arch Virtual. He discusses the company’s role in getting...

WisBusiness: The Show – Brian Lindstrom of Datica

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Henry Schwartz of MobCraft Beer

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