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Wisconsin Athletics seeks food, beverage vendor

The University of Wisconsin Department of Athletics is outsourcing its food and beverage operation, merging it with concessions vendor.

January 2019

Evers advocates pathway for pot

Saying he wants to create a pathway for the legalization of marijuana in the state budget, Gov. Tony Evers says medical marijuana will be his first priority.

January 2019

Does Apple Computers need Epic Systems?

CNBC’s Jim Cramer believes Apple Computers must buy the Verona-based Epic Systems to shed its "so-yesterday" image in the investment community. Stranger things have happened, but Cramer seems to think the “Empire that Jobs Built” needs Epic to prove to investors that it can operate in a different space (health care and electronic medical records) and that it’s not the dinosaur some investors appear to think. A report in the Wisconsin State Journal outlines Cramer’s thought process on this corporate matchmaking. So, does Apple need Epic? Better put, does Epic need Apple? Perhaps only Epic founder Judy Faulkner knows for sure, but she has expressed an interest in maintaining the company’s privately held status.

January 2019

Court asked to rule on ag regulatory powers

Wisconsin appeals court judges have asked the state Supreme Court to decide several lawsuits that will determine how much power state regulators have to protect rivers and lakes from manure runoff and farm operations in general.

January 2019

Small business group praises Evers

New Gov. Tony Evers has received some praise from a source that’s often critical of elected officials.

January 2019

Kahler Slater moves local office to Willy Street

Kahler Slater, an architectural design firm, has relocated its Madison office from the Capitol Square to 722 Williamson St.

January 2019

Shopko files for Chapter 11, closes both Madison stores

Shopko has made it official, filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and closing 38 more stores.

January 2019

Promega expansion gets $1.5M from WEDC

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. will provide Promega Corp. with up to $1.5 million in tax credits over three years to support the construction of a new research and development facility on its Fitchburg campus.

January 2019

Latino Chamber to expand statewide

The Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County will shorten its name (dropping the Dane County part) and expand its services statewide.

January 2019

Duluth Holdings, Exact Sciences among stock winners

In a topsy-turvy year for the stock market, area companies were among the big winners and the biggest losers among publicly traded companies in Wisconsin.

January 2019
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