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Haribo to build Wisconsin campus ‘as soon as possible’

Haribo of America will begin construction later this year on its gummi production campus in Pleasant Prairie. Construction on...

Wisconsin farmers needed federal aid to combat COVID impact

Wisconsin’s farm groups agree that more than $850 million in federal aid was needed to absorb the shock of COVID-19 in the...
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“Talking Trade” discusses human rights impact on trade

In this episode of "Talking Trade," hosts Prof. Ian Coxhead and M.E. Dey & Co. President Sandi Siegel discuss how human rights...

Checks go out under federal Lost Wages Assistance program

DWD is retroactively sending out an additional $300 per week to about 220,000 eligible claimants as part of the Lost Wages Assistance...

Colleges may never go ‘back to normal’

College campuses may never go back to normal, according to UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Mark Mone. “There is no getting back...

DWD partners with Google Cloud to tackle UI backlog

The state is partnering with Google Cloud to assist in Unemployment Insurance claims processing, allowing DWD to release payments faster.

State sees record home sales for third quarter

Wisconsin saw its strongest third quarter on record for home sales, eclipsing the previous third quarter sales record established last year by...
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Talking Trade hosts discuss lawsuit filed to block tariffs

In this episode of "Talking Trade," Prof. Ian Coxhead and M.E. Dey & Co. President Sandi Siegel discuss the lawsuit 3,500 U.S....

Foxconn says digital transformation is future for manufacturing

Foxconn Technology Group's vice chairman says digital transformation is the future for Wisconsin manufacturing. At the Wisconsin Manufacturers &...

Diverse fund managers ‘change the narrative’ in venture capital

Diverse fund managers can “change the narrative” for Wisconsin’s competitiveness in venture capital while making money and inspiring social change, according to...

Novel Coworking thrives in pandemic workforce disruption

The pandemic may have sent everybody home, but flex office spaces are taking advantage of the needs of a disrupted workforce.

WEDC says Foxconn falls short of benchmarks for billions in tax credits

Foxconn is not eligible for a multi-billion dollar tax credit this year after failing to meet the threshold for job creation and...

State’s golf industry poised for bright future

Despite a pandemic that continues to plague the economy, Wisconsin’s golf industry is poised for a bright future after the summer brought...
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Talking Trade compares Trump’s USMCA with NAFTA pact

With Election Day 2020 a few weeks away, Talking Trade's Prof. Ian Coxhead, and M.E. Dey & Co. president Sandy Siegel compare...

UW Prof argues for quality, affordable workforce housing

Inadequate workforce housing in Wisconsin contributes to homelessness, high living costs, long commute times and health risks, according to UW-Madison Prof. Kurt...
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