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Ikea eyeing Oak Creek

There’s word that Ikea, the massive Swedish furniture retailer, is looking to open a store in Wisconsin somewhere along the I-94 corridor in Oak Creek, just south of Milwaukee.

May 2016

Madison among best for working moms

Realtor.com recently ranked some of the best cities for working moms and included Madison at number four on its list, behind Orlando, Minneapolis, and Pittsburgh.

May 2016

Law firms to merge

Effective July 1, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. will merge with Kansas City-based Husch Blackwell, creating a law firm that will boast more than 700 attorneys in 19 cities, including London, and combined annual revenues of about $346 million (2015).

May 2016

Anchor now officially a division of Old National

A 10-minute meeting was all that was needed for AnchorBank shareholders to approve the bank’s acquisition by Old National Bancorp. Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin shareholders will receive $48.50 for every share of Anchor stock they own.

May 2016

New Glarus distillery?

New Glarus Brewing Co. is looking to add a distillery in the future to expand its product line to both beer and spirits.

May 2016

AkitaBox secures $1.1M

Madison startup AkitaBox received $1.1 million in seed funding.

April 2016

Soglin pushes new public market site

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is introducing a resolution to allow city staff members to start negotiating with the owners of the Washington Plaza shopping center at the corner of East Washington Avenue and First Street.

April 2016

Co-op approved for north side

With Pierce’s Northside Market’s lease ending on Sherman Avenue, a third Willy Street Co-op will open soon in its place after the co-op’s board voted to support plans to move into the site.

April 2016

Verona to close out Epic TIF district

The City of Verona is licking its chops over the impending closure of the TIF 7 district, created in 2002 to lure Epic to its community. Since moving to Verona, Epic has grown from a 550-employee company to a 9,500-employee company with about $2 billion in revenue.

April 2016

End of an era defined for Oscar Mayer

Kraft Heinz, parent of Madison’s Oscar Mayer, announced plans for the plant’s shutdown to begin in phases beginning June 30 and to be completed by March 2017.

April 2016
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