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Aurora St. Luke’s uses new cardiac mapping system to treat heart disorders

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center has become the first hospital in the country to use a new cardiac mapping system to treat heart rhythm...

Baird rep says biggest effect of tax overhaul will be felt by businesses

Baird’s director of advanced planning says the biggest effects from the federal tax overhaul will be felt by businesses rather than individuals. “This tax...

Business leaders, lawmakers sound the alarm on Trump’s call for tariffs

Wisconsin business leaders and lawmakers are sounding the alarm about President Trump’s recent call for tariffs on steel and aluminum. Trump said last week...

Connect Americans Now applauds passage of TV white space joint resolution

The national broadband advocacy group Connect Americans Now is applauding the state Senate’s passage of a joint resolution encouraging the use of TV white...

Cracking the code on health benefits of calorie restriction

Scientists at UW-Madison are cracking the code for how calorie restriction can delay the effects of aging and aging-related diseases. “We knew that restricting...

Craft beverage groups want simplified regulation

The state’s craft beverage industries are pushing for a simplified system of regulation in Wisconsin. Ryan Prellwitz, (pictured here) president of the Wisconsin Winery...

Eight ‘solar group buy’ programs set for 2018

At least eight “solar group buy” programs in the state have been announced for 2018, according to the latest tally from RENEW Wisconsin. Solar...

Evolving tech driving greater productivity, competition

Evolving technology is driving greater productivity and competition for manufacturers, according to a panel of industry experts. “That’s what we’re facing every single day...

Foxconn announces contractors, designers

Foxconn has announced the contractors and designers for its high-tech campus in Racine County. This LCD screen manufacturing facility is expected to bring over...

Foxconn rep envisions reversal of brain drain in years to come

The director of U.S. strategic initiatives for Foxconn envisions a reversal of the “brain drain” trend as the company’s planned manufacturing hub takes shape...

Grants supporting solar panels funded by Deerfield philanthropists

Nonprofits and religious groups can get grant funding for new solar panels this spring thanks to two Deerfield philanthropists. Through RENEW Wisconsin’s Solar for Good...

Interest rising for Wisconsin Family Business of the Year Award program

Organizers for the Wisconsin Family Business of the Year Award say they’re seeing a big bump in interest for this year’s program, which carries...

Lobbying efforts can include stifling bad ideas

Steve Lyons, a contract lobbyist with Husch Blackwell Strategies, says his work for the Wisconsin Technology Council sometimes involves stifling bad ideas before they...

Marquette Law School poll: Voters skeptical of Foxconn deal

The results of the Marquette University Law School poll show many Wisconsin voters are skeptical about impacts of Foxconn reaching their part of the...

Mercury Marine using data in new ways while pushing sustainability

Mercury Marine, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer of boat parts and engines, is using data in new ways while pushing environmental sustainability. “There’s the people, the...

Monsanto using weather-monitoring system from Madison startup

Monsanto is using a weather-monitoring system from a Madison-based startup to improve farming operations in Argentina. Understory’s weather network relies on a distributed system...

New program applies gener8tor model to music business

A new program from gener8tor and 88Nine Radio Milwaukee applies the nationally ranked startup accelerator’s model to the music business. Backline was created to...

Report ranks Wisconsin slightly higher for health measures

A new report from UnitedHealthcare ranks Wisconsin slightly higher for measures of health this year than in 2016, the last time this report was...

Rooftop solar helping Beth Israel Center save money, spare environment

A recently installed rooftop solar system is helping Madison's Beth Israel Center save money on electricity while fulfilling an ethical obligation to the environment....

Sheboygan, Manitowoc getting national recognition for corporate developments

Sheboygan and Manitowoc are getting national recognition in Site Selection magazine for numerous corporate facility developments. “The state of Wisconsin had a record year...

StartingBlock takes off

When Chandra Miller Fienen graduated from Monona Grove High School, her parents encouraged her to expand her horizons. She left her hometown, got her...

UW-Madison computer science head expects disruption in state’s top industries

Guri Sohi, chairman of the UW-Madison computer sciences department, expects major disruption in Wisconsin’s biggest industries as computing plays an increasingly important role. “It’s...

WARF head excited for relationships between Foxconn, higher ed

WARF Managing Director Erik Iverson says he’s excited at the prospect of new relationships between Foxconn and the state’s top higher ed institutions. Iverson...

WARF seeking commercial partners on new drug delivery device

WARF is seeking commercial partners to develop a new drug delivery device for testing targeted cancer therapies in patients. This technology, patented through the...

WisBusiness: The Show – Dave Grandin of Kiio

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Jim Jendusa of Lightweight Structures

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

Wisconsin companies targeted by cyber attacks

Compromised business email accounts are among the top online threats to Wisconsin companies in 2018, according to Byron Franz, a cybersecurity special agent for...
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