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Tonnesen, Fiskars part ways

Paul Tonnesen has left Fiskars, according to a June 11 release.

June 2018

Fitness franchise expands to Waunakee

Orange Shoe Personal Fitness will soon open a new studio in downtown Waunakee.

June 2018

Hilldale dress shop moving to Middleton

Mes Amies Boutique, which has called Hilldale Shopping Center home since it opened in 2015, will move to a larger location in Middleton and reopen in mid to late July.

June 2018

Alleged extortion attempt muddies case against Monona auto repair shop owner accused of rape, kidnapping

Earlier this spring, Mathew E. Levin, 50, of Verona, 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, according to multiple media reports at the time.

June 2018

Meriter keeps Medicare contract

After facing the possibility of losing its Medicare contract, UnityPoint Health-Meriter was told by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services that it will remain in the Medicare program after an investigation into the mistreatment of newborns, according to Meriter spokeswoman Leah Huibregtse.

June 2018

Promega plans $190M expansion

Promega Corp. has announced plans for a $190 million, 270,000-square-foot research and development facility next to its Fitchburg campus.

June 2018

Madison MSA ranks first for industry diversity

The Madison Region/MSA ranked No. 1 for industry diversity in a study conducted by EMSI, an Idaho-based research firm.

June 2018

TASC is first tenant in former Oscar Mayer plant

Total Administrative Services Corp. (TASC) has taken advantage of vacant Oscar Mayer offices nearby to solve a space crunch.

June 2018

Metro Transit loses out on grant

The third time wasn’t the charm for Metro Transit, which lost out on a federal TIGER grant that would have provided a large part of the funding needed to help Metro improve the city’s transportation infrastructure, move more people through the city, and build a satellite bus garage.

June 2018

Propeller Health raises $20M

Madison-based startup Propeller Health, which uses sensor-technology and software to improve how patients with respiratory problems (e.g., asthma, COPD) manage their medications, has raised $20 million in a new financing round that could also expand its technology to other conditions, as well.

June 2018
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