Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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FRI AM News: Bronzeville initiative aims to keep creative talent in Milwaukee; WisBusiness: the...

-- An adjunct professor at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design is spearheading an effort to restore properties in the city’s...

FRI AM News: La Crosse survey underlines state’s child care challenges; Gundersen losing doctors...

-- A recent survey found 19 percent of child care centers in La Crosse County are on the verge of closing due...

FRI AM News: Lawmakers clash over how to address workforce issues; WisBusiness: the Podcast...

-- Two lawmakers representing parts of Milwaukee and Appleton clashed over how to address the state’s workforce concerns.  Rep....

FRI AM News: WisBusiness: the Podcast with Beau Engman, founder and president of PACE...

-- This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: the Podcast” is with Beau Engman, founder and president of Milwaukee’s PACE Equity. 

FRI AM News: WisBusiness: the Podcast with Marion Riehemann of Second Freedom; WPF report...

-- This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: the Podcast” is with Marion Riehemann, the CEO and co-founding partner of Second Freedom, which provides...

MON AM News: Black Business Hub aims to transform ‘disparity to prosperity’; Unemployment rates...

-- The co-chair of the Black Business Hub Capital Campaign Committee says the project aims to transform “disparity to prosperity” for Black...

MON AM News: Groundbreaking held for Black Business Hub; Talking Trade with Mike Dankler...

-- The head of the Urban League of Greater Madison says “help is on the way” for minority entrepreneurs now that construction...

MON AM News: HPAI poses threat to poultry industry, expert says; League of Wisconsin...

-- A specialist with UW-Extension says the deadly strain of avian influenza spreading in the state poses a threat to Wisconsin’s poultry...

MON AM News: Labor force participation exceeds pre-pandemic levels, report shows; UW-Eau Claire health...

-- Wisconsin’s labor force participation rate has exceeded pre-pandemic levels, according to a report from a liberal UW-Madison think tank. 

THU AM News: Author, activist calls for inclusion of Black-owned companies in supply chains;...

-- Author and activist Maggie Anderson is calling on members of Madison’s business community to include more Black-owned companies in their supply...

THU AM News: Feds announce $116 million in transit funding for Wisconsin in ‘22;...

-- Federal officials have announced more than $20 billion in transit funding for fiscal year 2022, including about $116 million for Wisconsin.

THU AM News: Former ambassador sees opportunity for Wisconsin ag amid supply chain disruption;...

-- As the war in Ukraine disrupts supply chains for fertilizers, grains and other agricultural products, the head of the Wilson Center...

THU AM News: UW-Madison engineers develop system for scanning 3D printed metal parts; Marquette...

-- UW-Madison engineers have developed a new system for scanning metal parts manufactured with a critical 3D printing technique that could benefit...

TUE AM News: DSPS head pushes back on criticism of agency amid licensing delays;...

-- Department of Safety and Professional Services Secretary Dawn Crim says “I have done all that I can” to address delays in...

TUE AM News: Tech Council applauds change to QNBV law; WMC files suit against...

-- The Wisconsin Technology Council says a newly enacted law will make it easier for early-stage companies to compete beyond Wisconsin while...

TUE AM News: UW-Extension report spotlights various measures of inflation; Fiscal year-to-date sales tax...

-- A recent analysis from UW-Extension’s economic development division finds five different measures of inflation all show rising prices. 

TUE AM News: UWM engineer developing more accessible hearing aid; Clinical trial aims to...

-- A UW-Milwaukee engineer aims to introduce a new cheaper and more accessible hearing aid to the market next year. 

WED AM News: Cybersecurity ‘talent gap’ expected to widen over next decade; MSOE professor...

-- A cybersecurity expert with Northwestern Mutual warns the field’s “talent gap” will widen in the next decade as technology continues evolving. 

WED AM News: Milwaukee labor market recovery lagging national average; COVID cases ‘inching up...

-- Milwaukee’s labor market recovery is lagging the national average, according to an MMAC executive.  Susan Koehn, vice president...

WED AM News: State Dart Tournament organizers expecting big event this year; Farm sustainability...

-- Organizers for the annual State Dart Tournament are hopeful this year’s competition will be the largest in its nearly 40-year history. 

WED AM News: UW-Stout adding cybersecurity program; Evers announces clean energy plan

-- A newly approved cybersecurity program at UW-Stout aims to help meet rising demand for workers in this field. 
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