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Advocates touting approach to building transmission lines alongside broadband and EV charging

Advocates are touting an approach to building energy transmission lines that incorporates broadband and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.  “The...

Businesses urged to be diligent and careful in navigating sanctions

A trade compliance expert with Rockwell Automation is urging businesses to be diligent and careful as they navigate the web of international...

Digital mapping tech expected to save time and lives

The head of the state’s Office of School Safety says digital facility mapping is expected to “save time and save lives” during...

DOJ announces multi-state $4.25B opioid agreement framework

-- The state Department of Justice has announced multiple states have reached “an agreement in principle” on financial terms for a potential...

DWD economist highlights lagging jobs in leisure and hospitality

The chief economist for the state Department of Workforce Development says employment in the leisure and hospitality sector is lagging due to...

DWD leader highlights groups targeted with employment initiatives

The head of the state DWD says focusing on potential workers in Wisconsin is a "much better solution” to workforce challenges than...

Georgia-Pacific breaks ground on $500M mill expansion in Green Bay

Georgia-Pacific has broken ground on a $500 million expansion to its mill in Green Bay, expected to be complete in 2024. 

Latest cohort announced for Black Founder Accelerator program

The five startup companies named to the latest cohort of Northwestern Mutual’s Black Founder Accelerator program are developing solutions for financial services,...

Madison startup developing chemical health testing platform

A startup led by a UW-Madison researcher is developing a method for testing the effect of certain chemicals on human brain and...

Milwaukee mayor says hosting RNC would attract more events, spending

Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson says hosting the 2024 Republican National Convention would help the state’s largest city attract more events and related...

Rapid Radicals Technology founder gives overview on company’s path forward

The head of Rapid Radicals Technology, which won this year’s Governor’s Business Plan Contest, says the company is on track to start...

Realtor argues rising mortgage rates are ‘long term positive’ for housing market

The head of Stark Company Realtors in Madison argues in a recent analysis that rising mortgage rates are “a long term positive”...

Report details job gains in transportation, warehousing

Employment in the state’s transportation and warehousing sector expanded twice as fast as any other sector over 2020 and 2021, a new...

Supreme Court ruling will make it easier to challenge DOR guidance in court

A circuit court should've weighed in on whether the Department of Revenue's guidance on a new tax exemption for personal property constituted...

Sustainability expert touts potential of clean tech investments

An expert in sustainability says investors can benefit from the global transition to net-zero carbon through investments in “clean technology” clusters. 

UW-led team developing new ‘carbon-negative’ form of cement

A team led by UW-Madison engineers is developing a new form of cement in hopes of lowering the environmental impact. 
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