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For-profit colleges face 'gainful employment' rule
WASHINGTON — For-profit colleges that don't produce graduates capable of paying off their student loans could soon face the wrath of the federal government.

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O‘condo’mowoc at a crossroads 10-30-2014
OCONOMOWOC — As voters go to the polls to choose the next family of state leaders, the Oconomowoc Common Council will hold an important vote of its own Tuesday night.
WCTC taking ‘first step’ in search for new president 10-30-2014
PEWAUKEE - Waukesha County Technical College is taking the first step in seeking a replacement for former President Barbara Prindiville, who retired at the end of July.
Delafield Plan Commission votes against multifamily development 10-30-2014
DELAFIELD - Residents on Vettelson Road whose properties would border a multifamily development at Village Square dusted off their notes from when the project was previously before the Plan Commission and again voiced concerns Wednesday night about the density of the project, the buildings’ height and possible negative effects on their single-family homes.
Groups ask Wisconsin Public Service Commission to investigate fraudulent petition 10-29-2014
MADISON – The Wisconsin Public Service Commission received a formal request to open an investigation into a petition filed by the Consumer Energy Alliance in an ongoing We Energies rate case.
Northwestern Mutual declares industry-leading dividends on life, disability insurance  10-29-2014
MILWAUKEE – Northwestern Mutual will share its success with its policy owners in 2015 through an estimated $5.5 billion dividend payout.
Wisconsin Energy posts third quarter and nine month results 10-29-2014
MILWAUKEE – Wisconsin Energy (NYSE: WEC) reported a net income of $126.3 million or 56 cents a share for the third quarter of 2014.
Harley–Davidson to plant 50 million trees worldwide by 2025 10-29-2014
MILWAUKEE – Harley–Davidson, together with The Nature Conservancy, is mobilizing its global community of riders to raise funds to plant 50 million trees worldwide by 2025 as part of its Renew the Ride initiative.
Topping off a new school  10-29-2014
CITY OF PEWAUKEE - With Christian Education Leadership Academy co-founders Brian and Nancy Nahey looking on, Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson signs the beam used in a topping off ceremony Tuesday.
Rheocast expands capabilities with tooling facility 10-29-2014
GERMANTOWN — Rheocast Co. has opened a tooling facility adjacent to its main manufacturing facility for brass and aluminum high-pressure die castings.
A new view 10-29-2014
Padway’s on Big Cedar Lake opened this summer and the owner, general manager and executive chef are hoping to make memories for Washington County families who visit the restaurant.
COST to expand into sister company’s location 10-29-2014
In September, COST of Wisconsin canceled plans for a 25,000-square-foot addition to its manufacturing facility in the town of Polk.
Berkshire Hathaway direct mail company purchased 10-28-2014
MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin businessman Robert M. Kraft, has acquired Omaha, Nebraska based World Marketing Inc. from Berkshire Hathaway.
Northwestern Mutual’s intern program recognized 10-28-2014
MILWAUKEE — Northwestern Mutual’s internship program has been ranked the number one internship for students seeking careers in the financial services industry by
Family business growing 10-28-2014
GERMANTOWN — On one plot in the town, wholesale horticulture is a family affair.
Panel discussion to focus on business export opportunities 10-28-2014
GRAFTON — Ozaukee Economic Development is organizing a panel discussion on how businesses in the county can benefit from exporting.
Here comes the bride 10-28-2014
GRAFTON - For many years, the average wedding dress has a pretty set lifespan.
Jack Safro Toyota breaks ground for new dealership 10-28-2014
BROOKFIELD - Jack Safro Toyota held a groundbreaking ceremony on Oct. 22 to mark the start of construction on what will be a new 81,000 square-foot facility adjacent to the dealership's current West Capitol Drive location.
Report: Metro area homes remain affordable 10-28-2014
BROOKFIELD - The metro Milwaukee area continues to offer many single-family homes that can be purchased with monthly payments that rival or beat rental payments, according to the North Shore Bank/Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors’ Home Affordability Report.
First Business reports record loans and strong third quarter profitability 10-27-2014
MADISON – First Business Financial Services, Inc. the parent company of First Business Bank and First Business Bank – Milwaukee, reported strong third quarter profits.
Waterstone Financial, Inc. announces results of operations for the quarter and the nine months ended September 30 10-27-2014
WAUWATOSA – Waterstone Financial, Inc. holding company for WaterStone Bank, reported net income for the third quarter of 2014 of $4.8 million, compared to $3.8 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2014 and $3.2 million for the quarter ended September 30, 2013.
SBA’s online portal now accepting 2015 award nominations 10-27-2014
MILWAUKEE – The U.S. Small Business Administration, Wisconsin District Office announced that SBA’s online portal is accepting nominations for its 2015 National Small Business Week Awards, including the annual Small Business Person of the Year award.
No ‘Shark Tank’ deal for Oilerie owner 10-26-2014
BROOKFIELD - Despite the investors on ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank” saying how much they liked The Oilerie owner Curt Campbell, no one wanted to help him with his olive oil company.
West Bend school staff take in manufacturing, health field trip 10-24-2014
HARTFORD — When the school bus pulled up in front of Broan-NuTone LLC in Hartford on Thursday afternoon it wasn’t students that were lining up for a tour — it was teachers and guidance counselors from the West Bend School District.
Radio station sale final Oct. 31 10-24-2014
WEST BEND - The $2.25 million sale of four radio stations in West Bend and Racine to Magnum Communications Inc. will be completed on Halloween.
Building to expand services 10-24-2014
Construction has begun on the $1.4 million Affiliated Clinical Services office building, which will be a state-of-the-art facility to expand the clinic’s services to the county.
Mangold Creative breathes new life into vacant Masonic Temple 10-24-2014
PEWAUKEE - When Heather and Mike Mangold decided to put a purchase offer in on the historic Masonic Temple in downtown Pewaukee, it was as if the structure never existed, because as a nonprofit always owned by the Masons, the 1924 structure didn’t have a tax key.
Sale of warehouse possible 10-23-2014
WEST BEND - A Saturday warehouse sale by Habitat for Humanity of Washington and Dodge Counties may be the first indication the otherwise vacant two-story building at 535 N. Main St., West Bend, might soon have a new owner.
Jobless rates drop in county, West Bend 10-23-2014
Unemployment figures dropped for both Washington County and West Bend in September, according to data provided by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development and the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Making the Cut 10-23-2014
OCONOMOWOC — It’s almost 5 p.m. and Sara Ninmann is preparing for a birthday party.
The epicenter of O‘condo’mowoc 10-23-2014
OCONOMOWOC — It’s the situation that coined the term “O‘condo’mowoc.”
Council hears more Fowler Lake discussion
Kowabunga, dude! For good 10-23-2014
OCONOMOWOC - It’s a good time to be a geek.
Unemployment rate dropping in Waukesha, but lagging behind other counties 10-23-2014
WAUKESHA - New data from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development shows an encouraging trend for job growth in Waukesha County, but the area is still lagging behind some other counties in the state.
Northwestern Mutual increases research for childhood cancer through grants 10-22-2014
MILWAUKEE – Northwestern Mutual, through its Foundation, is funding four new Young Investigator grant awards for childhood cancer research.
City Chamber announces opening of Heritage Waukesha
WAUKESHA – A ribbon cutting ceremony for Heritage Waukesha will be held on Thursday, Oct. 23  at 3:30 p.m.
Blend to honor a friend 10-22-2014
WEST BEND - Dale Brunner was passionate about coffee and the Special Olympics so it seems fitting that those two seemingly unconnected things should be a part of his legacy.
Unique Interiors reopens its doors 10-22-2014
HARTFORD — For nine years Cathy Zivkovich, owner of Kate’s Kloset downtown Hartford, owned a business called Unique Interiors Boutique, which evolved, but she was inspired by her customers to bring Unique Interiors back.
A question about Kwik Trip 10-22-2014
WEST BEND - Kwik Trip has tried to open a store in West Bend for several years, without success, and many residents wonder why.
Plans for Ruby Farms site tweaked  10-22-2014
BROOKFIELD - A revised plan for a high profile, mixed-use development in the heart of Brookfield was met with praise by city leaders and residents Tuesday.
Heaven City restaurant to reopen as ‘Troy’s Heaven City Supper Club’ 10-22-2014
TOWN OF VERNON - This week will be the last for the Lakeside Restaurant & Lounge under its current name and site on Phantom Woods Road in Mukwonago.
ManpowerGroup bump in revenues, earnings

MILWAUKEE — ManpowerGroup announced Tuesday it saw a 4 percent increase in revenue during the third quarter and earnings per share increased from $1.18 to $1.61.
Connecture to offer IPO 10-21-2014
BROOKFIELD — Connecture, Inc. announced Monday the company has filled paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a proposed initial public offering of common stock.
Chinese demand pushes A.O. Smith earnings 10-21-2014
MILWAUKEE — Helped by a 16 percent increase in sales in China, A.O Smith Corporation announced Tuesday its net earnings had increased by just over $4 million in the third quarter compared to last year to $50.6 million.
Sales up, earnings down for Harley 10-21-2014
MILWAUKEE — Harley-Davidson, Inc. dealers sold more new motorcycles in the third quarter of this year, but the company saw earnings per share, net income and revenue fall compared to last year.
Medical office in Thiensville making progress 10-21-2014
THIENSVILLE - Construction work continues on the new 12,000-square-foot Thiensville Health Alliance, which is being built at 128 N. Main St. by Dr. Gary Lewis and Andrea Mayerson.
]Kapco, Inc. Wins First-Ever Wisconsin Business Achievement Award 10-21-2014
Madison, WI - Grafton-based Kapco, Inc. is the inaugural recipient of the Wisconsin Business Achievement Award, presented by the Flowers Family Foundation, Inc.
Next Week is National Estate Planning Awareness Week
In 2006 a group of bipartisan congressmen and congresswomen co-authored and passed legislation designating the third week of October each year for a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of estate planning.
Richfield, companies reach agreement on road 10-21-2014
RICHFIELD — Five companies have agreed to pay the village a total of $20,000 a year over 10 years to help pay for maintenance of Pioneer Road to keep the road open for truck traffic.
3 companies eye Richfield for expansion, location 10-21-2014
Three manufacturers are strongly considering expanding or building in Richfield.
City considers loan for Affiliated Clinical 10-21-2014
A decision to provide a low-interest revolving loan to help Affiliated Clinical Services build its $1.4 million office building on a vacant lot downtown will be made by city officials at a special Common Council meeting Oct. 28.
Hartford company to increase production 10-21-2014
HARTFORD - Menasha Packaging Company LLC announced Monday it is investing $5 million to expand production capacity at its Hartford facility.
Report: Existing state home sales flat in September 10-21-2014
MADISON - September single-family home sales in Wisconsin had flat numbers when compared with the same month in 2013, according to a state housing market report released Monday by the Wisconsin Realtors Association.
Economic Forum slates keynote speaker 10-20-2014
MILWAUKEE – The new co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, Marc Lasry, will headline the Milwaukee Jewish Federation Economic Forum 2014 on Tuesday, Oct. 28 at 11:30 a.m.
Jaguar Land Rover Waukesha celebrating ten years 10-20-2014
WAUKESHA – Jaguar Land Rover North America announced that Jaguar Land Rover Waukesha is celebrating ten years of business as a Jaguar Land Rover franchise in the greater Milwaukee area.
WCTC moving forward with manufacturing center 10-18-2014
PEWAUKEE - Despite falling short of its goal of raising $2 million by Sept. 30 for a proposed Integrated Manufacturing Center, Waukesha County Technical College announced Friday it will move forward with plans to build the $4.5 million facility.
Carroll aims to raise $50 million 10-18-2014
WAUKESHA - Carroll University is looking to raise $50 million by the middle of 2016 as part of the biggest comprehensive fundraising campaign in the school’s history.
Lynch’s Horter Chevrolet dealership planning move to new 8-acre site in Mukwonago 10-17-2014
MUKWONAGO — Lynch’s Horter Chevrolet will likely have a new home by the end of next year after the dealership’s owners purchased an eight-acre plot of land in Mukwonago.
DWD: Wisconsin unemployment rate at lowest point since 2008 10-17-2014
MADISON - Data released Thursday from the state Department of Workforce Development shows Wisconsin’s unemployment rate fell slightly in September, from 5.7 percent down to 5.5 percent.
Mangold recognized for website work 10-16-2014
WAUKESHA — Mangold Creative was Awarded awarded “Best Single Advertising” at the Metropolitan Builders Association EMBY Achievement Awards for the second consecutive year.
Magnetek receives order for Hoover Dam 10-16-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS — Magnetek, Inc. announced Thursday it had received an order valued at over $1 million to modernize the controls on four 300-ton power plant cranes for the Hoover Dam.
Associated sees earnings rise 10-16-2014
GREEN BAY — Associated Banc-Corp on Thursday announced net income to common shareholders in the third quarter was $0.31 per share. In the second quarter, net income was $0.28 per share.
Recognizing excellence 10-16-2014
WAUKESHA - Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County Executive Director Diane McGeen said the organization has built about 20 new homes over the organization’s 25 year history in the area, but it is looking to ramp things up going into the future.
Economic Development Corporation to collaborate with WOW Workforce Development Board 10-16-2014
WAUKESHA - The Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation announced Wednesday that the the Waukesha-Ozaukee-Washington Workforce Development Board will begin providing interim customer service assistance to growing businesses across the county.
Metro Milwaukee quarterly home sales fall 10-16-2014
WAUKESHA - Single-family home sales in the Metropolitan Milwaukee region dropped 4.6 percent from last year’s third quarter, according to data the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors released this week.
Making the rounds 10-16-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Members of the 9Round location in Oconomowoc walk through the door knowing the only predictable things about the workout they are about to receive are the greeting beforehand and that they will leave the gym sweating.
Developments often not as surprising as perceived 10-16-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Condominiums, apartments and single-family unit subdivisions do not appear overnight; it often takes years for a plan to coalesce and months for the plan to travel through several committees - each tasked with a specialized mission - on its way to the Oconomowoc Common Council for approval.
Three Pillars to remove Van Brunt Hall
OCONOMOWOC - Three Pillars Senior Living Communities is on track to tear down the historic Van Brunt Hall by next spring, leaving the site vacant while it charts its future.
Nominations open for Wisconsin Financial Literacy Award
MADISON – Nominations for the 2014 Wisconsin Financial Literacy Award will be accepted through Nov. 21.
Premier Hiring Event featuring Milwaukee area employers
MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board is hosting a large job fair on Thursday, October 23 from 8 to 11 a.m. at Serb Hall.
‘Progressive’ concept in West Bend
WEST BEND - Tony Koebel, co-owner of the Poplar Inn, is offering West Bend residents a unique dining experience in their own backyard that might otherwise require a 40-mile trip to Milwaukee.
Mini golf course to open in Hartford 10-15-2014
HARTFORD - A vacant building in Hartford’s downtown will soon be the home of a black light miniature golf course.
Up in the air 10-15-2014
WAUKESHA - Waukesha County Airport will be closed for at least 20 days next year due to construction on two new hangars, and it won’t have the use of its main runway for three months as it undergoes pavement renovations.
Johnson Bank opens in Mequon 10-14-2014
MEQUON — Johnson Bank opened its newest office in Mequon last week.
Playing ‘dress up’10-14-2014
CEDARBURG - A walk into Doris Deputy’s downtown Cedarburg consignment shop clearly reveals she enjoys fashion.
County to explore RFI process for block grant program management 10-14-2014
WAUKESHA - Beginning next year, Waukesha County will implement a Request For Information process following the Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation’s announcement that it will no longer manage the county’s Community Development Block Grant program.
CSE expands globally with European operation 10-13-2014
NEW BERLIN – CSE announced the opening of their European operation in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The Netherlands operation will service Europe and the Middle East and house customer service, finance, sales, and fulfillment.
Brew City Salvage offers mid-century, custom furniture and decor 10-12-2014
WAUKESHA — Caleb Nickel has been “picking” ever since he was a small child tagging along with his mother to thrift stores and rummage sales.
Kleefisch visits the Corner Score 10-10-2014
WEST BEND - Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, left, looks over a card game on display at the Corner Score on Thursday afternoon in West Bend.
Career expo highlights manufacturing
TOWN OF POLK — Seventeen-year-old Taylor McCarthy stood transfixed as he watched a video from Hayes Performance Systems of Mequon on Thursday.
Oshkosh Corp. to cut over 300 jobs 10-10-2014
OSHKOSH  - Oshkosh Corp. says it plans to cut more than 300 jobs in its defense division.
60 more Manitowoc Ice employees facing layoffs 10-10-2014
MANITOWOC  - A second round of layoffs at a Manitowoc-based company that specializes in ice products will affect about 60 employees, according to the state Department of Workforce Development.
Saz's Catering to relocate in Walker's Point 10-10-2014
MILWAUKEE - A well-known Milwaukee restaurant and bar is expanding its catering operation into Walker’s Point.
Soerens Ford breaks ground on larger showroom 10-10-2014
BROOKFIELD - Since 1917, the Soerens family has been selling cars, 40 of those years on Capitol Drive in Brookfield.
Sky Zone Milwaukee hitting heights 10-10-2014
WAUKESHA - Despite setting up shop behind a now-empty retail super store, Sky Zone Milwaukee - an indoor trampoline park - has thrived in its first year in Waukesha.
Permit approved for carry-out comfort food restaurant 10-09-2014
WAUKESHA — John and Leslie Bley live in Delafield, but it was a Waukesha building that stole their hearts and got them dreaming about a carry-out comfort food restaurant.
Social media has embraced a new word with sarcastic glee, but is the city really becoming...O'CONDO'MOWOC? 10-09-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Over the next month, the Enterprise will take a closer look at the people, places and politics behind the nickname “O’condo’mowoc” in a four-part series examining the complexities surrounding the current slate of development projects in the city.
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Residents receive grants for neighborhood projects 10-08-2014
MILWAUKEE – 13 resident-led groups in Milwaukee are receiving grants through the Community Connections Small Grants Program, developed through a partnership of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Northwestern Mutual Foundation and Zilber Family Foundation.
Johnson Bank Opens Mequon Office in Ozaukee County
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Bank opened their newest office in Mequon this week.
Studio opens in Paradise Pavilion 10-08-2014
WEST BEND - Vicki Bressler, a certified makeup artist for 18 years, has transformed what was once an Army recruiting office in the Paradise Pavilion into Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio.
Vanguard Group to convert Germania Building into apartment homes 10-08-2014
MILWAUKEE - The Vangard Group has announced it will convert the historic Germania Building, 135 W. Wells St., into apartment homes with street-level commercial space.
Holiday sales expected to jump 4.1 percent 10-08-2014
WASHINGTON - Following a shaky start to 2014, the National Retail Federation announced Tuesday it expects sales in November and December to increase a by 4.1 percent - up to $616.9 billion.
OED’s annual awards honor three in county 10-07-2014
On Sept. 24, OED honored three businesses as our Businesses of the Year.
Golden Gate Centre celebrates grand opening 10-07-2014
A crowd including Mayor Shawn Reilly and state Sen. Paul Farrow watch Chinese lion dancing performed by the ShaoLin Centre at Saturday’s kickoff event for the Golden Gate Centre, which was purchased and revamped by Golden Gate Restaurant owner Paul Moy.
Green Bee shop opens on Main St. 10-07-2014
WAUKESHA — Downtown Waukesha is all abuzz about Green Bee, the eclectic new gift shop that opened Saturday at 439 W. Main St.
First Federal Bank to host Shred Day 10-06-2014
WAUKESHA – First Federal Bank is hosting a Community Shred Day on Saturday, October 18 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Local college plans event for Manufacturing Month 10-06-2014
PEWAUKEE – Waukesha County Technical College will host “Discovering Manufacturing” on Wednesday, October 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the service building of the main Pewaukee Campus.
Medical college AIDS Intervention Research funded through 25th year 10-06-2014
MILWAUKEE – The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Center for Intervention Research (CAIR) has received a five-year $8.7 million grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Mental Health, which will fund its programs through its 25th year.
Kohl’s offers rewards loyalty program
MENOMONEE FALLS – Kohl’s Department Stores launched “Yes2You Rewards” nationwide, introducing an innovative approach to customer loyalty.
Meat cutters get chance to show off skills 10-06-2014
WEST BEND - Texas Roadhouse meat cutters will sharpen their knives for round one of the Texas Roadhouse National Meat Cutting Challenge to benefit the Washington County Youth Hockey Association.
BSI wins fashion show 10-04-2014
WAUKESHA - Building Services, Inc. won the highest award, “Best in Show,” along with a “Best Craftsmanship” honor, at the fourth annual International Interior Design Association and American Society of Interior Designers STRUT fashion show.
Former GE Healthcare CEO holds presentation and book signing at Waukesha campus 10-04-2014
WAUKESHA - Walt Robb, former GE Healthcare CEO and pioneer, visited GE Healthcare’s Waukesha Campus Thursday for a special dedication ceremony and book-signing event.
EmbedTek to move to Waukesha County 10-03-2014
WAUKESHA — EmbedTek Chief Operating Officer Tom Fotsch said in January the company had outgrown its Hartland facility and planned to invest in a new facility to be located in Waukesha County.
Gander Mountain building sold 10-03-2014
WAUKESHA — The Gander Mountain building at 2440 E. Moreland Blvd. has been sold for $18,275,353, according to state online real estate records.
US jobless rate falls to 6-year low of 5.9 pct. on improving economy 10-03-2014
WASHINGTON  — U.S. employers added 248,000 jobs in September, a burst of hiring that helped drive down the unemployment rate to 5.9 percent, the lowest since July 2008.
Construction of batch dairy operation draws near 10-03-2014
RICHFIELD - Preliminary work is nearly complete that will allow the opening of a small batch dairy production operation in Richfield.
Piggly Wiggly expansion approved 10-03-2014
RICHFIELD — A proposed expansion of the Piggly Wiggly store received approval Thursday night from the village’s Plan Commission.
J.B. Kenehan acquired by Iowa firm 10-02-2014
WAUKESHA — Waukesha-based commercial printer J.B. Kenehan has been acquired by The Mittera Group.
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Waukesha State Bank appoints new senior consultant 10-29-2014
WAUKESHA – Waukesha State Bank announce the promotion of Amanda Seifert to Senior Mortgage Consultant.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin honors special supporters 10-29-2014
MILWAUKEE – Leaders and supports of the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin paid tribute to the community support during a special ceremony on Tuesday, Oct. 28 at the Pfister Hotel.
TIP Technologies, Inc. announces new president 10-29-2014
MILWAUKEE – Ron Dolan is the new President of TIP Technologies, the leading provider of Quality, Compliance, and Shop Floor Execution software.
Associated adds Gerken to board 10-28-2014
GREEN BAY — Associated Banc-Corp announced Tuesday that R. Jay Gerken had been appointed to its board of directors.
Tom Martin joins Keller Williams Realty in Mequon 10-28-2014
MEQUON — Tom Martin has joined the Keller Williams Realty team in its newly opened Keller Williams location in Mequon, a news release said.
Tracy Dalton named a VP with Johnson Financial Group 10-28-2014
RACINE — Tracy Dalton has been named senior vice president and wealth fiduciary services manager for the Johnson Financial Group.
CORE’s Daily finalist for BizTimes award 10-28-2014
THIENSVILLE — CORE Consulting’s Jesse Daily has been named a finalist in BizTimes Media’s inaugural Nonprofit Excellence Awards – Next Generation Leadership.
Fantle named Milwaukee/NARI executive director 10-28-2014
MILWAUKEE - Marketing and public relations veteran David Fantle has been named the new executive director of the Milwaukee chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.
Irgens names Walsh as president and COO 10-23-2014
MILWAUKEE — Real estate solutions firm Irgens on Thursday announced Jaclyn C. Walsh had been named as president and chief operation officer, effective immediately.
Bank Mutual announces new executive
MILWAUKEE – Kim Weekley is the new senior vice president/director of retail banking and sales at Bank Mutual.
Founder inducted into Wisconsin Investor Hall of Fame
MADISON – Roger Ganser, the nationally-known founder of Venture Investors LLC, will be inducted into the Wisconsin Investor Hall of Fame on Wednesday, Nov. 12.
First Bank Financial Center appoints new specialist 10-22-2014
OCONOMOWOC – First Bank Financial Centre promoted Aaron Pearson to Commercial Loan Specialist, CLO Assistant.
New director appointed at Annex Wealth Management 10-20-2014
WAUKESHA – Richard Beherendt joined Annex Wealth Management as director of estate planning services.
R.A. Smith adds municipal services project manager 10-16-2014
BROOKFIELD — R.A. Smith National announced Thursday that Kristen Belan had joined the company as a project manager/engineer in the municipal services division.
Villarreal honored at trade conference 10-16-2014
WAUKESHA — La Case de Esperanza President and CEO Anselmo Villarreal was honored Thursday with the 2014 2014 Peter B. Goldberg Aramark Building Community Executive Leadership Award.
Exhibit Systems adds Dakins to team 10-16-2014
BROOKFIELD — Exhibit Systems announced this week it had added Chris Dakins to its project construction team.
Northern Trust Company joins Business Alliance 10-15-2014
WAUKESHA – Northern Trust Company is the newest member of the Waukesha County Business Alliance, a countywide chamber of commerce.
Children’s names government relations director 10-14-2014
MILWAUKEE — Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin announced on Tuesday it had named Lindsay Punzenberger as its director of federal government relations.
Three join Quintessa office in Mequon 10-14-2014
MEQUON — Qunitessa Aesthetic Center has hired three employees for its Mequon location, which is located at 10604 N. Port Washington Road.
Waukesha County Business Alliance adds new member 10-13-2014
WAUKESHA – D & H Industries is the newest member of the Waukesha County Business Alliance, a countywide chamber of commerce.
Chamber reveals annual award winners 10-09-2014
OCONOMOWOC — The Oconomowoc Chamber of Commerce has announced its annual award recipients.
ARI wins HME Business award 10-08-2014
MILWAUKEE – ARI Network Services, Inc., is the recipient of an HME Business 2014 New Product Award in the Business Services category for its Digital Marketing Services.
Local Shorewest Realtors hires experienced sales associate 10-08-2014
WAUKESHA – Shorewest, Realtors welcomes Susan Dropp to the Brookfield/Waukesha office, located at 21675 Moreland Blvd., Suite 500 in Waukesha.
CFO of the Year Award announced 10-08-2014
MADISON – Steve Hetzel, chief financial officer of The University of Wisconsin-Extension, Division of Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning (CEOEL), is the winner of In Business magazine’s 2014 CFO of the Year Award in the “Public Organization” category.
Park Bank hires chief information officer
MILWAUKEE – Tahir Hassan is the new chief information officer for Park Bank.
Medical director appointed for Brown Deer hospital 10-08-2014
OCONOMOWOC – Roger Luhn, M.D., was recently appointed medical director for Rogers Memorial Hospital - Brown Deer, which will open next spring.
Jim Young named Shorewest sales director in Mequon 10-07-2014
MEQUON — Shorewest Realtors has named Jim Young as the new sales director of its Mequon office, 1407 W. Mequon Road.
Wisconsin Philharmonic Orchestra announces new executive 10-06-2014
MILWAUKEE – Michael J. Flanigan is the new executive director of the Wisconsin Philharmonic Orchestra.
Fox Bros. receives national recognition 10-03-2014
HARTLAND — Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly has received the Retail Marketer of the Year - Small Chain award from the Certified Angus Beef brand.
WRA welcomes new board chair 10-03-2014
MADISON — The Wisconsin Realtors Association announced Friday Dan Kruse had been installed as the organizations 2014-15 chairman of the board.
Healthcare industry veteran joins Integrated Medical Partners 10-01-2014
MILWAUKEE – Integrated Medical Partners, a full-service provider of profit-improvement solutions for medical practices, announced the addition of Keith E. Chew, MHA, CMPE as managing director, strategic positioning and consulting services.
Longtime Marcus Theatres executive retires to join charity
MILWAUKEE – After 12 years, Marcus Theatres Vice President of Procurement, Marketing, Advertising, and Communications, Bob Menefee, has retired to become Director of Development for Variety – the Children’s Charity of Wisconsin.
‘Chiropractor of the Year’ from the area 10-01-2014
Dr. Krysti Wick, a chiropractor and founder of River Shores Chiropractic in West Bend, has been named Chiropractor of the Year by Epic Practice.
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