May 07, 2012

Slideshow: This week in photos — May 4

To give our readers a chance to further see our subjects and their businesses, we recently started to run a slideshow of additional photos from this weeks issue of The Business Journal. This week's feature includes photos from our May 4 …
Read More

May 07, 2012

Forbes, Northwestern Mutual CEO talk economy, investing

Even though there are a number of problems facing the U.S. economy, Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, and Northwestern Mutual CEO John Schlifske are both optimistic about the U.S.
Read More

May 07, 2012

UWEC construction, demolition projects disrupt campus life

Nearly $100 million in construction projects on the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire campus will begin disrupting campus activities in the coming months.
Read More

May 07, 2012

Sale of Great Wolf Resorts to Apollo approved

Seventy-six percent of the shares of Great Wolf Resorts Inc. have been tendered in favor of a buyout proposal from Apollo Global Management, a New York City investment firm that had been engaged in a bidding war for the Madison-based indoor water …
Read More

May 07, 2012

La Crosse Mayor: No cash for Kwik Trip project

The mayor of La Crosse is balking at a plan by Kwik Trip that would give the company cash back through tax incremental financing for development of an expansion of its dairy in the city.
Read More

May 07, 2012

Lullabye site development proposal aims to add up to 40 jobs

The Stevens Point Plan Commission will look at a proposal to build a mixed-use development on the former Lullabye Furniture factory site, which sits empty across from the vacant CenterPoint MarketPlace mall.
Read More

May 07, 2012

Oshkosh hotel, river walk projects move forward

The new owners of the City Center Hotel in Oshkosh have donated a strip of land among the Fox River to the city to become part of the local river walk urban trail.
Read More

May 05, 2012

Money commitment from Kohl big step for new basketball arena

For the past several years, Milwaukee Bucks owner Herb Kohl has shied away from making any major statements on the need for a new basketball arena in Milwaukee.That all changed Friday with his surprising pronoucement of the need for a new building …
Read More

May 04, 2012

Milwaukee files lawsuit over cracking City Hall sculptures

The city of Milwaukee Friday filed a lawsuit against the engineers, architects and contractors on the City Hall restoration contract seeking damages for cracking sculptures that were installed during the project.The lawsuit is against architect …
Read More

May 04, 2012

Watertown medical center expanding

UW Health Partners Watertown Regional Medical Center expects to break ground in early summer on a two-story addition that will house a new emergency department and hospital womens health unit.The project, which will also include renovations to the …
Read More

May 04, 2012

Wisconsin’s tourism economy grew 7.6 percent in 2011

Visitor spending in Wisconsin jumped to $10 billion in 2011, up 8 percent from 2010 according to the Wisconsin Department of Tourism.More than 95 million people visited the state, supporting 181,000 jobs and $4.4 billion in personal income, …
Read More

May 04, 2012

Quad/Graphics expands work for OfficeMax

Quad/Graphics Inc. said that it is expanding its work for OfficeMax Inc. under a renewal of its retail insert and catalog printing deal with the office products retailer.Sussex-based Quad/Graphics (NYSE: QUAD) said the new contract includes …
Read More


« First«11121314151617181920»