The proposal goes to the city council for action next week.
Wilderness adds attractions and a State Street retail proposal resurfaces
Editor’s Note: Career Corner is a monthly column written by UW-Madison Continuing Education staff members.
The Illinois native is the new manager of Tyrol Basin.
MONROE — In 2012, Colony Brands bought a 98,000-square-foot building that formerly housed Wal-Mart’s first Wisconsin store. A 30,000-square-foot addition was built in 2014 and another 37,000-square-foot addition is now under construction.
Let’s face it: If we knew precisely why stock markets surge up, down and sideways at the drop of a hat, we would all be a lot richer.
Some of the top business stories from the past week include:
Two shareholders of the Fitchburg biotech company are trying to take control.
Madison health tech startups draw attention around the U.S.
Rates for new mortgage loan applications are compiled from a survey of eight banks, savings and loans and other mortgage lenders in Dane County. Data updated Oct. 9, 2015.
Other newspaper properties would be included.
Verona-based Wisconsin Brewing Company is collaborating with Pabst Brewing Company to brew Old Tankard Ale.
The Madison company's stock fell nearly 50 percent Tuesday in heavy trading.
Belleville-based Duluth Holdings is planning an initial public offering of Class B common stock.
Landowners in Wisconsin and five other states are eligible for the federal funds to help improve honey bee populations.
The contract calls for BARDA, the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, to bank the tissue in case of a nuclear attack.
Harvest in full swing with soybeans and corn maturing ahead of last year's pace.
When the stock market swings wildly, investors naturally ask themselves: What should I do?
The plant that makes Borden cheese and private-label products is expected to be closed in January because it has out-of-date technology and infrastructure. It's been operating since 1954.
Halloween stores begin to pop up and Attic Angels to hold its annual sale.
The percentage of minorities in leadership and supervisory positions is lower than the percentage of minorities in the region's total population.
Sorge is president of the Madison Community Foundation, a nonprofit that manages more than $160 million and handed out $10 million in grants in 2014.
It's taking time, but Wisconsin is steadily replacing fable with economic fact.
Mary Barra, Virginia Rometty, Margaret Whitman, Phebe Novakovi, and Safra Catz all have highly successful careers. What is their current title?