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Promega loses patent infringement case

In a unanimous ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against Fitchburg-based Promega Corp. in a patent infringement case, according to the Associated Press.

February 2017

MGE plans wind farm in Iowa

Moving forward on its Energy 2030 framework, Madison Gas & Electric announced plans to construct, own, and operate its largest wind farm to date on a 10-square-mile site in Howard County, Iowa.

February 2017

Ice cream shop headed to Monroe Street

Chocolate Shoppe will add a location at 1925 Monroe Street by the end of April, according to a Wisconsin State Journal story, and will offer 44 different flavors of ice cream.

February 2017

Dane County fuels most state job growth

Over a 15-year span of time (2001 to 2015), Dane County was responsible for most of the state’s job growth, according to a city economic development plan and reported by The Capital Times.

February 2017

Exact Sciences revenue increases 152%

For the fourth quarter of 2016 (ending Dec. 31, 2016), Madison-based Exact Sciences Corp. generated $35.2 million in revenue and completed about 82,000 Cologuard tests for colon cancer.

February 2017

New York firm considers buying Oscar Mayer plant

Reich Brothers Holdings has emerged as a potential buyer of the 72-acre Oscar Mayer meat processing plant on Madison’s north side, according to a report in the Wisconsin State Journal.

February 2017

Municipal Building reno to be rebid

City officials will rebid a renovation plan for the Madison Municipal Building after the two bids received were deemed too high, according to a story in the Wisconsin State Journal.

February 2017

WISC-TV reaches deal with AT&T U-Verse

Customers of AT&T U-Verse can once again watch programming from WISC-TV, Madison’s CBS affiliate, after a six-week-long blackout over terms of a new broadcasting contract.

February 2017

Beer bar opens on Atwood

BarleyPop Tap & Shop opened at 2045 Atwood Ave. featuring 40 tap lines and an 18-foot long bar where patrons can enjoy different craft beers and create custom six packs.

February 2017

Saloon sold to Frank Productions

Frank Productions will purchase the High Noon Saloon on East Washington Avenue from long-time owner Cathy Dethmers.

February 2017
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