May 15, 2012

Fi-Med Management adds 145 jobs

Fi-Med Management in Wauwatosa is planning an expansion of its medical software services, creating up to 145 jobs.By expanding, the company is eligible for a $750,000 loan through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. The loan will be used for …
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May 15, 2012

Goodwill Industries names new president and CEO

Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago said Tuesday that president and chief executive officer John Miller is retiring at the end of 2012, naming Jacqueline Hallberg as his successor.Miller is leaving the …
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May 15, 2012

Slideshow: Behind the scenes at Women of Influence photo shoot

One of the best parts of The Business Journal's awards programs are the photo shoots of our winners. It is a great chance to chat with all of the winners and start to hear some of their amazing stories.This year's photo shoot for our 2012 Women of …
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May 15, 2012

American Transmission hires Duke Energy executive

Catherine Heigel will leave her position as president of Duke Energy for South Carolina next month to become general counsel and corporate secretary for American Transmission Co.She takes her new job with the Pewaukee-based builder and operator of …
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May 15, 2012

Mandel plans $27 million apartment project in Whitefish Bay

Mandel Group Inc. is planning a $27 million project with 103 high-end apartments to replace a parking lot in Whitefish Bay and is seeking financial support from the village.The site is near the intersection of North Santa Monica Boulevard and East …
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May 15, 2012

ThyssenKrupp Waupaca sold to KPS Capital Partners

ThyssenKrupp AG, a materials and technology group based in Essen, Germany, announced Tuesday the sale of ThyssenKrupp Waupaca Inc., its U.S. foundry business, to an affiliate of KPS Capital Partners LP, a New York City private equity firm.The …
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May 15, 2012

Donovan wants Milwaukee streetcar money spent on roads

Milwaukee Ald. Bob Donovan Tuesday reiterated his call to stop the downtown streetcar project, hold a public referendum and gain federal approval to spend a $54.9 million grant to the project on city roads.In a letter to Mayor Tom Barretts office, …
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May 15, 2012

Concordia to offer physician assistant program

Concordia University Wisconsin will begin offering a physician assistant program in May 2013.The 26-month, full-time, year-round program is designed to prepare students to become physician assistants with an emphasis on primary care and preventative …
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May 14, 2012

Milwaukee Art Museum proposes extensive improvements to War Memorial

The Milwaukee Art Museum is proposing to take over the lease on the county-owned War Memorial Center and renovate and upgrade the building using $15 million in donations and $9.8 million from Milwaukee County.The projects would cover about 80 …
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May 14, 2012

TV stations My 24 and CW 18 to buy building for Milwaukee move

The MY 24 and CW 18 television stations in Milwaukee plan to buy Liberty Property Trusts last Milwaukee-area building and will move their offices and studios from a flood-prone building on North 35th Street.The move would end a two-year search by …
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May 14, 2012

Quad/Graphics’ unique culture transferable, CEO Quadracci insists

The culture at Quad/Graphics Inc., right down to the navy blue uniforms adorned with the Quad/Graphics logo and worn by management and rank-and-file workers alike, certainly is unique in the corporate world. Even so, the companys top executive …
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May 14, 2012

Jensen Metal Products to expand, add jobs in Racine, Franksville

Jensen Metal Products Inc., which has its headquarters in Racine, is proposing to expand its manufacturing operations, creating as many as 39 new jobs in Racine and Franksville. The company is eligible for $150,000 in tax credits through the …
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