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Lands’ End plans for retail stores

After a positive financial showing, Dodgeville-based Lands’ End CEO Jerome Griffith announced a five-year goal to increase retail sales from $1.8 billion to $2 billion and open 40 to 60 stores to make it possible.

March 2018

Renaissance acquires digital firm

Wisconsin Rapids-based Renaissance, which has a large presence in Madison, recently announced the acquisition of Minneapolis-based myON, a provider of digital literacy solutions.

March 2018

S.C. Johnson eliminating hundreds of jobs

S.C. Johnson & Co. Inc., maker of household products like Windex and Pledge, announced that it plans to eliminate 300 to 400 jobs within its global operations as part of an organizational change.

March 2018

Exact Sciences asks for TIF

Will the city agree to $2.6 million in tax incremental financing for Exact Sciences’ expansion on the west side?

March 2018

Middleton selected for psych hospital

Strategic Behavioral Health of Tennessee, a growing, for-profit company with hospitals across the country, has chosen to build its next facility in Middleton.

March 2018

Microsoft, CUNA Mutual Group announce partnership

Madison-based CUNA Mutual AdvantEdge Analytics is working with Microsoft to develop a next-generation data platform for the credit union industry.

March 2018

Wisconsin ranks No. 30 for innovation

While the U.S. ranks No. 4 on a Global Innovation Index, Wisconsin makes a ho-hum appearance at No. 30 according to WalletHub’s latest rankings.

March 2018

Allied Drive grocery store approved

Luna’s Groceries may finally be the oasis needed in the food desert that has long plagued the Allied Drive neighborhood off Verona Road.

March 2018

Monona business owner arrested for alleged sexual assault

Mathew Levin of Mount Horeb, owner of Integrity Auto at 935 Femrite Drive in Monona, was arrested for allegedly kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 25-year-old woman, who later showed up partially clothed at a nearby gas station.

March 2018

State jobs ad funding expanded

The state Senate approved a $1 million Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. advertising campaign earlier this year urging Illinois millennials to move to Wisconsin for jobs, mostly with Foxconn in mind.

March 2018
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