The plant that makes Borden cheese and private-label products is expected to be closed in January because it has out-of-date technology and infrastructure.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.
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.
The percentage of minorities in leadership and supervisory positions is lower than the percentage of minorities in the region's total population.
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?
VSA Wisconsin conducts arts programming for people with disabilities in more than 20 locations throughout Wisconsin.
A Lake Mills plant that manufactures circuit protection products will close permanently by early 2016, putting 175 employees out of work, the state Department of Workforce Development said Friday.
Faulkner moves up to No. 256 on the Forbes list, but still follows nine other wealthy Wisconsinites.
Growlers to Go-Go would sell 64- and 32-ounce containers of "high-end" craft beer and offer tastings.
Several hundred UW-Madison students gathered to hear tales of entrepreneurship.
Janesville-based Van Galder Bus Co. has improved its Madison to Chicago service.
Fitness equipment manufacturer Johnson Health Tech has acquired STAK Fitness, a Canadian commercial fitness equipment distributor.
The comments came at the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner.
The Madison utility has submitted the proposals to state regulators for review.
Farmers are harvesting corn for silage and soybeans are dropping leaves at a pace that is ahead of the five-year average.
TechBank buys and sells used smartphones and last week opened its own store in Madison.
Contingent from 100,000-cow dairy farm going up in China will draw lots of attention this week from companies eager to make deals with them.
Colony Brand also expanding in Monroe with a 34,000 square-foot addition
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Challenges faced by business leaders and government in northern Wisconsin differ from those in Madison.
SOLOMO Technology's Liz Eversoll wants to start a super-sized tech accelerator and co-working space.
Metabolism of children with autism spectrum disorder will be studied; also, stem cell technology will be used to screen products for consumer product companies.
How many U.S. workers age 30 years and older earned at or below the minimum wage in 2014?