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Lands’ End posts another disappointing quarter

For the third straight quarter, Dodgeville-based Lands’ End Inc. posted a loss, with revenue dropping 10% and profit by more than a third.

September 2015

HealthMyne gets FDA OK for tumor imaging software

Madison-based health technology company HealthMyne has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval to market its software aimed at enabling physicians to better analyze medical images of things such as tumors.

September 2015

WHEDA’s Hogan picked to head WEDC

Former banking executive Mark R. Hogan has been tabbed as the new CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) by Gov. Scott Walker. Hogan replaces Reed Hall, who announced his retirement last month.

September 2015

Net income, total lending continue to grow at state-chartered banks

Net income was up 8.7% and total lending increased by 6.3% at Wisconsin’s state-chartered banks in the first half of 2015, compared to the same period of the previous year, according to data released by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

September 2015

NorthStar Medical gets approval to make medical radioisotope

Madison-based NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes received approval to begin routine production of molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) at the University of Missouri Research Reactor (MURR) facility in Columbia, Mo. The company will now be able to regularly operate its proprietary aliquoting system at the MURR site to fill source vessels with Mo-99, enabling the company to establish a weekly production schedule and increase its output of the vital medical radioisotope.

September 2015

Proposed public market delayed until 2021

The public market planned for the city’s East Side next year could be delayed until 2021.

September 2015

Mayor recommends delay on Judge Doyle Square vote

The compressed timeline for a city decision on the $200 million Judge Doyle Square project will likely be extended to Sept. 15, after Madison Mayor Paul Soglin recommended pushing back today’s deadline to give the city and JDS development more time to iron out several remaining issues.

September 2015

5Nines offering free 4G to Madison businesses, nonprofits

5Nines, a Madison-based Internet service provider is planning to extend its 4G network to Madison businesses, community centers, and nonprofits for free.

September 2015

Johnson Controls could lay off 197 employees

Johnson Controls Inc. is planning to suspend work on a major information technology project, which could lead to nearly 200 layoffs in its West Allis office.

September 2015

American Family makes $40M pledge to UW

American Family Insurance announced it is pledging $40 million to the University of Wisconsin–Madison over 10 years.

September 2015
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