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Whitewater company aims to replace lead acid batteries with lithium for machinery

In a world dominated by automation, Blue Line Battery has embraced the growth of technology in a way that avoids putting people...

Talking Trade: ‘China tariffs won’t go away quickly’ with Biden administration

With the Biden administration come new views on international trade as "Talking Trade" hosts Prof. Ian Coxhead and M.E. Day & Co.,...

Trade leaders advocate for reviving the Trans-Pacific Partnership

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind said he thinks a new Biden administration should look at reviving the Trans-Pacific Partnership.  “I...

LAB says Foxconn should only get tax credits for work inside Wisconsin

The Legislative Audit Bureau is again recommending WEDC make changes to how it determines job tax credits for Foxconn to ensure the...

Government, private sector collaboration increases businesses’ international reach

Collaboration between state government agencies and the private sector have increased Wisconsin businesses’ international reach with virtual guidance and grant distribution. 

Nearly 50K people could be in line next week when Wisconsin’s first batch of...

Wisconsin’s first shipments of COVID-19 vaccine, expected as early as Dec. 14, will vaccinate 49,725 people in the first group of high-risk...

Hospitality leaders say federal COVID relief only way to prevent economic pain

Business leaders in Milwaukee’s hospitality industry urged the federal government to pass additional COVID-19 fiscal relief as the only way to prevent...

New report outlines rural Wisconsin’s economic challenges, opportunities

Workforce limitations, broadband gaps, housing shortages, health care affordability and industry stress are the economic challenges facing rural Wisconsin, according to Wisconsin...

Experts: Hospitality comeback relies on consumer confidence, vaccine

A full hospitality industry comeback relies on consumer confidence in both businesses and the effectiveness of new COVID-19 vaccines, experts told a...

Talking Trade explores U.S. nonparticipation in the RCEP

After the world's largest international trade pact was signed in November, "Talking Trade" hosts Prof. Ian Coxhead and M. E. Dey &...

Survey reveals 150 Madison businesses lost over half of revenue since March

A recent survey from five local business groups reveals that 150 Madison businesses have lost more than half of their revenue since...

C-Motive Technologies is reshaping electric motors and generators

To mitigate the changing climate and maintain a cleaner future, the world is increasingly turning to renewable energy. In the world of...

Recent study shows Milwaukee apartment conversions at an all-time high

Apartment conversions are at an all-time high in the U.S. and Milwaukee, according to a recent study from RENTCafe, an apartment search...

AirDeck helps create on-demand business presentations during COVID-19

The entertainment industry has increasingly become “on-demand” with movie, television and music streaming services. But in the business world, people still rely...

Midwest ski resorts planning for upcoming (COVID) season

From the Baraboo Hills to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and beyond, things will be different at regional ski resorts this winter as they...
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