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Spectrum battery biz goes to rival Energizer

Just 13 days after announcing that it was exploring a sale of its global batteries and appliances business, Spectrum Brands Holdings announced a deal was struck with Energizer Holdings Inc. to purchase the Global Battery and Lighting Business for $2 billion in cash.

January 2018

57 to lose jobs at American Girl

In an effort to control costs, Middleton-based American Girl announced it would cut 2.9% of its overall staff immediately, amounting to 57 jobs total, and 21 in Wisconsin.

January 2018

Lands’ End announces airline deal

Lands’ End Inc. has been selected as the new uniform supplier for American Airlines Flight Service, Airport Customer Service, and Premium Customer Services.

January 2018

Trial begins in stolen software case

Did a Chinese company conspire to steal proprietary wind turbine software from the Middleton office of AMSC (fka American Superconductor)? That’s the question being sorted out in a federal case that just began in Madison.

January 2018
Optimism abounds

Optimism abounds

These days, most economists find it hard to contain their excitement about the state of the economy, and they have plenty of data to back their bullishness on everything from high growth to low inflation.

January 2018

On millennials and their socialist flirtation

One of the most talked about aspects of the millennial generation is that a large segment of them — 43% in a 2016 poll by YouGov — have rather dreamy notions of socialism.

January 2018

Fitchburg startup raises $1.6M

Imbed Biosciences, a Fitchburg startup developing Microlyte Ag, an ultra-thin wound dressing material containing very low levels of silver, has raised nearly $1.6 million in a funding round.

January 2018

Spectrum peddling battery, appliances biz

In a release dated Jan. 3, Middleton-based Spectrum Brands Holdings Inc. said it is exploring strategic options for its Global Batteries & Appliances businesses “with the intention to sell the units during 2018.”

January 2018

Just moved in, Exact Sciences plans expansion

Madison-based Exact Sciences, the developer of Cologuard, a non-invasive screening test for colon cancer, announced plans for a 77,000-square-foot expansion.

December 2017
IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

On the eve of a brand new year and all its possibilities, we look back at our top feature articles, photo galleries, Business Report stories, and blogs by page views at IBMadison.com.

December 2017
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