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“Culture of connection” makes workplace healthier, more productive

Even before COVID-19, employees were suffering from a “real crisis” of disconnection in the workplace. While the pandemic accelerated it, now is...

City grants and loans a business lifeline

Wisconsin cities across the state offered coronavirus relief grants to local businesses to make up for losses during the economic shutdown.

Lawmakers, trade groups offer solutions to UI backlog

Lawmakers and trade groups are offering solutions to the Unemployment Insurance backlog after former Department of Workforce Development Secretary Caleb Frostman's resignation.

Evers extends statewide mask mandate

Gov. Tony Evers has extended his mask mandate while declaring a new public health emergency due to a COVID-19 case spike.

Summer was a three-month record for home sales

Wisconsin this summer set a three-month record for home sales, according to the Wisconsin Realtors Association. This record was...
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WisBusiness launches “Talking Trade” video podcast

WisBusiness.com is launching a new video podcast called "Talking Trade,'' exploring trade issues affecting Wisconsin and the Midwest. The...

Endless Frontier Act to revitalize, transform Midwest industries

-- U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher said a new bill he is pushing will not only revitalize industries, but transform them.

Wisconsin earns a “C” on its 2020 Infrastructure Report Card

Wisconsin civil engineers give Wisconsin a "C" on its 2020 Infrastructure Report Card, an average across 13 categories ranging from a "B"...

State puts $8M in CARES Act funds towards tourism grants

Wisconsin's tourism promotion and development groups can access $8 million in grants from a new stimulus program announced by Gov. Tony Evers.
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‘WisBusiness: The Show’ features Polco’s Nick Mastronardi

MADISON, Wis. – The latest episode of “WisBusiness.com: The Show” spotlights U.S. Air Force veteran and former White House staffer Nick Mastronardi of Polco,...

Trek’s John Burke turns attention to presidential campaign with new book

The year 2020 started out precariously for Waterloo-based Trek Bicycle Co. But things turned prosperous for the company in early summer, as...

Pandemic trends to last post-COVID include “remote everything”

The new or next normal for Wisconsin will include at least nine long-term trends all beginning with the letter “R” as told...

Guard members embrace pandemic mission, making testing possible in rural Wisconsin

BOSCOBEL -- Jordan Beck is largely hidden by a surgical mask, faceshield, plastic gown and surgical gloves. The only visible reminders that...

Hoben says in-person school in Milwaukee is possible, COVID- 19 testing availability is inadequate

City Forward Collective CEO Patricia Hoben says safe, in-person instruction in Milwaukee schools is possible, but admits COVID-19 testing availability is inadequate....

Madison hotel finishes $15M reno during global pandemic

The Sheraton Madison Hotel on John Nolen Drive is well-positioned next to the Alliant Energy Center and is easily accessible to the...
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