Edit Module
Email this page Email Print this page Print Pin It

Biz Report Archive

Title Issue

Duluth Trading to open more stores

In an environment when large retail big-box stores are shuttering locations, it’s refreshing to see a local company bucking the trend.

March 2017

Wisconsin in middle of the pack for innovation

A WalletHub.com ranking of the nation’s most and least innovative states shows Wisconsin ranked no. 33 based on 18 key indicators.

March 2017

Venture capital trade group gearing back up

The Wisconsin Venture Capital Association (WVCA) is reportedly on the comeback, according to Xconomy.com and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

March 2017

Lands’ End widens losses

As projected, Lands’ End Inc. reported a net loss of $94.8 million ($2.96/share) in its last fiscal quarter of 2016, which ended Jan. 27.

March 2017

Manpower cuts 150 jobs

ManpowerGroup in Milwaukee announced that it will cut 150 jobs over the next three to 12 months as it continues to automate and digitize its business, according to the Milwaukee Business Journal.

March 2017

City, Airbnb reach agreement

The Madison Common Council and Airbnb, a community-driven hospitality company, reached an agreement to ensure that the city will receive occupancy taxes on rentals booked in Madison through Airbnb.

March 2017

Livesey puts project on hold

Citing financial infeasibility, the Livesey Co. has pulled from consideration a phase I proposal to redevelop property near West Towne Mall, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

March 2017

Commission denies HotelRED expansion

The Madison Plan Commission has rejected a conditional use permit to add four stories to HotelRED, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

March 2017

State announces grants for entrepreneurial vets

The state of Wisconsin has awarded $400,000 in grants to six nonprofit organizations, including two in Dane County, to provide entrepreneurial and employment training to military veterans.

March 2017

Epic and VA moving forward after delay

After being on hold for nearly a year, a $624 million contract between Verona-based Epic Systems and the Veterans Administration will move forward, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

March 2017
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  ···  269 Next »
Edit Module
Edit Module