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Attractive culture key for millennials, business leaders say

At the New North Summit in Green Bay, business leaders highlighted the importance of creating a company culture that’s attractive to millennials. Such a culture...

Madison business leaders see incoming millennial talent

Madison-area business leaders are seeing an influx of millennial talent as a result of the region’s growing tech ecosystem. “It’s a very exciting time,” says...

New group promoting renewable energy to conservative lawmakers

Scott Coenen, executive director for the newly formed Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum, says the group will target Republican lawmakers with educational outreach on the...

On-site clinic reducing cost of care

An on-site clinic at Ashley Furniture’s headquarters in Arcadia is reducing the company’s health care costs. Gundersen Health System, an integrated health care organization serving...

Over $100 million in capital available through PACE program

Jason Stringer, program planning consultant for the Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation, says the state’s PACE program has over $100 million of capital available for...

Researchers find potential treatment for Friedrich’s ataxia

UW-Madison researchers have found a new way to potentially treat Friedreich’s ataxia, a rare, fatal and currently untreatable disorder. Aseem Ansari, a professor of biochemistry...

Third Space Brewing aims to double production capacity

Third Space Brewing, a fast-growing Milwaukee-based craft beer producer, is aiming to double its production capacity with upgraded equipment and a new distribution partnership. The...

UW grad student says ‘we all can rest easy’

Jacob Maddox, a UW-Madison research associate in nuclear engineering, says he and his colleagues “can all rest easy” now that the proposed tax on...