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COVID pandemic presented ‘silver linings’ for health care regulation, WHA head says

Despite the numerous challenges posed by COVID-19, the head of the Wisconsin Hospital Association says the pandemic also presented “a number of...

Economic trends mixed in Milwaukee, MMAC report shows

The head of research for the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce says regional economic trends are “a bit mixed of late.” 

Expert details biogas opportunities for Wisconsin

An expert with UW-Oshkosh says Wisconsin’s farming and food production industries present a “tremendous” opportunity for biogas in the state. 

Great Dane Pub & Brewing Co. running into supply chain issues in gearing up...

Madison-based Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company is encountering supply chain-related delays and higher costs as it gears up to open a...

Investors striving to improve diversity in startup space

Investors in the Midwest and nationwide are striving to improve diversity and inclusion among startups and those who help fund them.

LAB reviews state grants to small businesses, restaurants

A limited Legislative Audit Bureau review of grants delivered by the Evers administration to small businesses and restaurants found some of the...

Market conditions leading to less favorable deals for entrepreneurs, investors

Shifting market conditions are leading to startup acquisition deals that are less favorable for entrepreneurs and investors.  Speaking yesterday...

Milwaukee transportation sector ranked 38th among U.S. transportation CO2 emissions sources

Milwaukee’s transportation sector has been ranked 38th among U.S. transportation emissions sources for the amount of CO2 it produced in 2021. 

Milwaukee Women inc chair touts impact of new Nasdaq diversity rule

The board chair for Milwaukee Women inc says a new Nasdaq rule requiring annual disclosures of diversity statistics will improve representation among...

More deer killed so far this year despite fewer hunters, DNR says

The number of deer killed during opening weekend was up compared to 2021 even though there were fewer hunters this year, according...

More than $2.7B in BIL funding has been announced for Wisconsin

More than $2.7 billion in federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding has now been announced for Wisconsin, according to an overview provided by...

NorthStar announces new contract development and manufacturing business unit

NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes has broken ground on a new facility in Beloit that will house a planned contract development and manufacturing business...

NorthStar completes construction, equipment installation at Beloit facility

NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes has finished construction and equipment installation at its Beloit production facility, federal officials announced.  In a...

Preliminary figures suggest rebound in deer hunt figures in southern region

With the gun deer hunting season less than three weeks away, officials are hopeful that deer harvest totals in parts of the...

PSC decision on third-party solar expected early next month

The state Public Service Commission is expected to make a decision early next month on a case related to third-party financing for...

PSC hearing highlights opposition to We Energies rate increase

Members of the public railed against a We Energies rate increase during a recent Public Service Commission hearing in Milwaukee.

Trades advocates gaining ground in education space

Advocates for the trades are gaining ground in the education space, according to the head of the Construction Business Group. 

U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision complicates OB-GYN field, expert says

The dean of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health says the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent abortion decision is “threatening to...

UW Health nurses say they’ll appeal WERC decision

Nurses at UW Health say they will be appealing the decision by the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission that their employer isn’t required...

UW-Madison recognized for innovation, economic impact

UW-Madison has been named as an “Innovation and Economic Prosperity University” by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. 

WARF touting tech for analyzing soft materials

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation is seeking partners to help commercialize a new method for analyzing the properties of soft materials. 
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