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Biz Report Archive

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Local firms among state's top performers

An analysis from SmartAsset resulted in a list of the state’s top-performing companies between January 2011 and March 2016, based in part on a stock performance index, dividends paid, and volatility.

September 2016

UW cuts student worker hours

Citing requirements of the Affordable Care Ace, UW–Madison announced that no student workers will be able to work more than a 29-hour workweek.

September 2016

UW’s Red Gym-Amazon decision under fire

Since word broke that UW–Madison’s Board of Regents had approved an agreement with Amazon to dedicate about 2,000 square feet of space in the Red Gym as an order pickup location, students, faculty, and business groups have raised concerns and received an apology from vice chancellor for finance and administration, Laurent Heller.

September 2016

More TIF requested for Sub-Zero

When Sub-Zero was considering building a plant in Kentucky, the city of Fitchburg stepped up with $2.25 million in TIF and the state authorized up to $2.75 million in tax credits to keep the company here.

September 2016

Lands' End CEO Marchionni steps down

Lands’ End Inc. issued a news release this morning announcing that its CEO, Federica Marchionni, has stepped down and resigned as a director.

September 2016

SHINE leaving Monona, relocating south

Monona will be losing an employer when SHINE Medical Technologies moves its headquarters to downtown Janesville later this year in anticipation of the company’s medical radioisotope production facility breaking ground nearby.

September 2016

Catalyze gets funding

Madison-based Catalyze, a cloud hosting and data integration service for health care organizations, secured $6.5 million from investors, according to xconomy.com.

September 2016

Unemployment figures encouraging

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the unemployment estimates for metro areas in Wisconsin that includes updates for July 2016 and preliminary figures for August.

September 2016

Grant Communications forced to close

David Sindberg, owner of Grant Communications in Madison, was forced to close the business after learning that his previous bookkeeper — now deceased — stole between $250,000 and $400,000 over several years.

September 2016

Law firm rebrands

After 37 years, the law firm of Cullen Weston Pines & Bach shortened its name to Pines & Bach as part of a rebranding effort.

September 2016
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