July 11, 2012

Milwaukee Film Festival adds Fox-Bay Cinema Grill as venue

Milwaukee Film is adjusting its model to focus on historic theater venues as part of its long-term strategy, it said Wednesday in a news release.The Fox-Bay Cinema Grill in Whitefish Bay will join the Landmark Oriental Theatre and Landmark Downer …
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July 11, 2012

Bartolotta confirms HQ move to downtown

The Bartolotta Restaurants confirmed Wednesday that it plans to move its headquarters from Wauwatosa to downtown Milwaukee in late summer.Bartolotta Restaurant Group said in a press release that it is in the process of selling the restaurant groups …
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July 11, 2012

CRE Guide: Take 5 - Cory Sovine

Cory Sovine, vice president of retail for Siegel-Gallagher Inc., has been with the company since 2006. His retail clients include stores such as Ethan Allen and a number of restaurants, including The Melting Pot. Sovine answers our questions about …
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July 11, 2012

Biron business park stuck in limbo

Plans for a new business park in the village of Biron, near Wisconsin Rapids, have been in the works for six years, and construction is now being delayed by state transportation officials.
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July 11, 2012

Overture Center Foundation reports record fundraising; approves $18.8M budget

The Overture Center reported tripling its fundraising total for the downtown Madison arts center in 2012, the first year under the leadership of the private, nonprofit Overture Center Foundation.
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July 11, 2012

Solar panels proposed to replace Milwaukee Public Museum marble

The Milwaukee Public Museum may get a shiny new appearance under a plan to replace the marble exterior on the buildings south side with solar panels.
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July 11, 2012

Green Bay Packers report record year

The Green Bay Packers 2012 fiscal year was record breaking with net income, profit from operations and total revenue at all-time highs, the team reported Tuesday.
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July 11, 2012

GE's Immelt to CEOs: Be aggressive in work force development

In a speech Tuesday, General Electric Co. chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt urged executives to think small when tackling work force training and job creation. Immelt also called on state government to ease up on regulations and permitting delays he …
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July 11, 2012

Milwaukee-area home sales up 25.8% in June

Home sales were up 25.8 percent in the Milwaukee metro area in June, marking 12 months of increases, according to the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors.
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July 11, 2012

Western Technical College to ask area voters for $79.8 million

Western Technical College in La Crosse has identified $79.8 million in improvements, including six building projects, and will ask voters to approve a referendum in November to help pay for them.
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July 11, 2012

Future of Buckstaff property in Oshkosh uncertain

Buckstaff Co. operated at its Oshkosh location for 161 years before shutting down in February 2011, leaving the city with a major fire hazard and a huge question mark over whether the site can be redeveloped.
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July 11, 2012

Darley lands biggest-ever contract

W.S. Darley & Co., an Itasca, Ill.-based manufacturer with facilities in Chippewa Falls, is growing, thanks in part to an $85.1 million U.S. Marine Corps contract for trailer-mounted pumps for the Marines.
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