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Hilton’s Home2Suites proposed for Town of Brookfield
TOWN OF BROOKFIELD – A Home2Suites by Hilton has been proposed for near Goerke’s Corners in the Town of Brookfield and will be first discussed by the Plan Commission on Tuesday.
Soerens Ford seeks to add nearly 20,000-foot expansion
BROOKFIELD – Soerens Ford is seeking permission from the city to put a 19,982-square-foot expansion onto its existing automotive dealership at 18900 W. Capitol Drive.
Children’s Hospital to open 30,000-square-foot clinic in Delafield 04-18-2014
DELAFIELD – For parents with sick children, taking them to a specialist will soon be a little easier when Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin opens a clinic on Hillside Road in Delafield.
Midwest Cleantech Open leader to speak at forum 04-18-2014
MADISON – Justin Kaster, founder and executive director of Midwest Cleantech Open, will discuss near-term opportunities for emerging businesses and investors at the April 24 Cleantech Network forum.
A world of wines 04-18-2014
GENESEE DEPOT - Travel the world one glass at a time at the newly opened wine bar Vina Mundi in Genesee Depot.
Master Z’s planning warehouse, service area expansion 04-18-2014
WAUKESHA - Life’s good for Ken and Tracy Zettelmeier. The billiard-and-barstool tycoons have been running Master Z’s Dart & Pool Supply for more than two decades and business has been going so well that the pair have purchased a nearby property for a planned 22,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution center.
Associated Bank reports increased average loan growth, decrease in deposits 04-17-2014
GREEN BAY – Associated Banc-Corp reported Thursday that during its first quarter the average loan increased 3 percent compared to the fourth quarter 2013 but average deposits declined 5 percent compared to the fourth quarter.
Bank First reports 6.1 percent increase in earnings during first quarter 04-17-2014
MANITOWOC – Bank First, a subsidiary of the parent company First Manitowoc Bancorp, Inc., reported its first quarter net income as $3.2 million on Thursday, an increase of 6.1 percent compared to the net income of $3 million during the first quarter of 2013.
Former Shopko CFO joins DSW in same role 04-17-2014
COLUMBUS, OHIO – DSW Inc., a footwear and accessories retailer, announced Thursday that Mary Meixelsperger has been hired as chief financial officer.
Snap-on sees increase in 1Q earnings
KENOSHA – Snap-on Inc. on Thursday said it had a 6 percent sales increase in its fiscal first quarter.
Making a go of it 04-17-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Imagine graduating high school in 2009. The economy is in recession, the unemployment rate is high and an uncertain economic outlook upon college graduation looms.
Bank Mutual earnings rise 11.7% in 1Q
BROWN DEER – Bank Mutual Corp. said its earnings rose 11.7 percent in the first quarter, while net interest income increased and some expenses decreased.
Badger Meter earnings increase in 1Q 04-17-2014
BROWN DEER – Badger Meter Inc. saw a 59 percent increase in earnings in its first quarter, according to a company statement.
A different kind of cool 04-17-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Golosi Gelato in Oconomowoc serves as a reminder that the right kind of cold can still be a treat for everyone. It can be a spoonful of cool chocolate gelato on a warm summer day.
Accessorizing downtown 04-17-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Bangles & Bags specializes in women’s fashion that won’t break a budget, and the formula is apparently working.
Finalists announced for Wis. Governor’s Business Plan Contest 04-16-2014
MADISON – Twenty-four entries are competing in the finalist round of the 11th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
Carroll University names Tallarico as executive director of business department 04-16-2014
WAUKESHA – Carroll University on Wednesday said Carol Tallarico has been hired as executive director of the school’s department of business, accounting and economics.  
Kohl plans to sell Bucks to private equity investors 04-16-2014
MILWAUKEE – Herb Kohl, the owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, on Wednesday announced he plans to sell the basketball team to two hedge-fund billionaires for $550 million.
New law expands egg sale opportunities for small-scale producers 04-16-2014
MADISON – A new egg sales law, Act 245, will reduce the licensing burden on small-scale producers, making it easier for them to sell eggs in the marketplace.
Northwestern Mutual selects general contractor for downtown tower 04-16-2014
MILWAUKEE – Northwestern Mutual on Wednesday said it has selected Gilbane Building Co. and Milwaukee-based C.G. Schmidt Inc. as the general contractor for the Northwestern Mutual tower in downtown Milwaukee.
Daily News welcomes reporter/editor to community 04-16-2014
WEST BEND - The newest Daily News reporter and Hartford Times Press editor brings with him an award-winning background in investigative journalism.
Krystal Klear 04-16-2014
HARTFORD - Krystal Walling is a pediatric nurse who never imagined she would open a photography business, but she started taking pictures of her friend’s children and nearly four years later it developed into a business.
Johnson Controls to acquire Air Distribution Technologies for $1.6B 04-16-2014
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Controls on Wednesday announced it has reached a definitive agreement with the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to acquire its Air Distribution Technologies business for $1.6 billion.
Residents surprised by Merton Veterinary Clinic’s closure 04-16-2014
TOWN OF MERTON – The large Dumpster and turned off “open” sign were some of the only indicators Tuesday that the Merton Veterinary Clinic was closed for good. Inside the business stood shelves stocked with pet supplies and a tall cage that seemed to have vacated only yesterday.
‘Credibility moves people’  04-16-2014
WAUKESHA - Campaign Strategist Karl Robe didn’t get fooled on April 1. In fact, he spent the entire evening celebrating his candidate’s victory in the hotly contested Waukesha mayor’s race by a significant margin.
Mitchell airport sees steady start to 2014 04-15-2014
MILWAUKEE – General Mitchell International Airport reported steady passenger traffic during the first two months of 2014.
Johnson Bank moving to Mequon 04-15-2014
MEQUON - Johnson Bank has filed an application to open a branch at 1555 W. Mequon Road, said Peter X. Engel, executive vice president of consumer banking for Johnson Financial Group.
The end of an era 04-15-2014
CEDARBURG - The Cedar Creek Settlement is losing one of its longstanding tenants. Joan Ewe, who has owned The Peddler’s Corner gift shop since 1982, will be retiring at the end of April due to health concerns.
Safe & Sound names Katie Sanders as executive director 04-15-2014
MILWAUKEE – Safe & Sound has named Katie Sanders as the new executive director of the nonprofit organization that works with youth, community organizations and law enforcement in Milwaukee.
WDB looking for employers to participate in youth program   04-15-2014
WAUKESHA – The WOW Workforce Development Board is looking for employers and community-based organizations to participate in its 2014 Summer Youth Jobs program.
Wis. businesses urged to use caution with Corporate Records Service offer 04-15-2014
MADISON – The Department of Financial Institutions is encouraging Wisconsin business owners to use caution if they receive an offer from Michigan-based Corporate Records Service.
MMAC survey shows Milwaukee businesses are optimistic for 2Q 04-15-2014
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee area businesses are feeling pretty optimistic toward 2014’s second quarter, according to a Business Outlook Survey conducted by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce.
Shred Day to be held April 26 04-15-2014
ELM GROVE – The Elm Grove Business Association is encouraging people to participate in Shred Day by bringing old papers for shredding.
Milwaukee business announces plans to hire 40 caregivers 04-15-2014
MILWAUKEE – The Home Instead Senior Care office serving southeastern Wisconsin is planning to add 40 new jobs in 2014.
Rexnord acquires provider of wastewater pretreatment solutions  04-15-2014
MILWAUKEE – Rexnord announced Tuesday it has acquired Green Turtle Technologies Ltd., Green Turtle Americas Ltd. and Filamat Composites Inc.
Sensient Technologies reports record first quarter earnings 04-15-2014
MILWAUKEE – Sensient Technologies Corporation reported record first quarter earnings, an increase of 14.5 percent, according to a company announcement.
Dunkin’ Donuts opens in Chase Tower 04-15-2014
MILWAUKEE – Dunkin’ Donuts opened today inside the Chase Tower in downtown Milwaukee.
Aurora receives $2M donation to support cardiovascular aging research 04-14-2014
MILWAUKEE – Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani, a former emir of Qatar, has donated $2 million to advance cardiovascular research at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee.
Sprecher Brewing wins medals at ’14 World Beer Cup
GLENDALE – Two beers from Sprecher Brewing Co., Glendale, have won medals in the 2014 World Beer Cup.
Kolbe's Keith Koenig promoted to vice president 04-14-2014
WAUSAU – Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Co. Inc. has promoted Keith Koenig to vice president of manufacturing and added him as the newest member of the company's executive leadership team.
UW-Madison team to search for new antibiotics 04-14-2014
MILWAUKEE – An affiliate of Pierce Engineers Inc. recently purchased the former Kramer Foundry building in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood for $1.15 million, state records show.
Aldi to hold hiring event for Milwaukee-area stores 04-14-2014
MILWAUKEE – Grocery retailer Aldi Inc. is hosting a hiring event for its Milwaukee-area stores on April 22.
Banker Wire provides building design solution for Northwestern Mutual 04-14-2014
MUKWONAGO – Banker Wire, a Mukwonago manufacturer of wire mesh, provided woven wire mesh to Northwestern Mutual, helping to achieve a design solution for the firm’s building in downtown Milwaukee.
Asian Market seeks state loan for Milwaukee expansion|
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee's Asian Market Phongsavan is seeking a state grant for a $4.1 million expansion.
Weather blamed for slow real estate market 04-14-2014
WAUKESHA - The harsh winter is being blamed for a slow real estate market in metro Milwaukee during the first three months of 2014.
New faces, new places in downtown Delafield
DELAFIELD – As shoppers return to strolling the downtown streets of Delafield during the warmer days, they will notice several new businesses, two of which opened just this month.
Thermo Fisher to close Brown Deer facility 04-11-2014
BROWN DEER – About 54 employees will lose their jobs when Thermo Fisher closes its Brown Deer facility by the end of the year.
Joy Global acquires assets of Mining Technologies International 04-11-2014
MILWAUKEE – Joy Global Inc. announced Friday it has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase certain assets of Mining Technologies, Inc. for $51 million Canadian dollars.
Mangelsdorf named UW-Madison provost 04-11-2014
MADISON – Sarah Mangelsdorf has been named the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, according to a statement.
New restaurant coming to Bay View 04-11-2014
MILWAUKEE – The Vanguard, a locally owned neighborhood restaurant and bar, will open in the 2600 block of South Kinnickinnic Avenue this summer.
Waukesha County Technical College Firing Range & Training Facility joins Alliance 04-11-2014
The Waukesha County Business Alliance announced earlier this month that the Waukesha County Technical College Firing Range & Training Facility has joined as a new member.
Shops split on market expansion 04-11-2014
WEST BEND - The 15 businesses affected by the 200-foot expansion of the Downtown West Bend Association’s Farmers’ Market on North Main Street appear evenly split whether the expansion would be good for them or not.
Pewaukee Farmers Market returning this summer 04-11-2014
PEWAUKEE - Following a one-year hiatus, the Pewaukee Farmers Market will be back up and running again this summer.
BuySeasons looking to fill 12 professional positions, expand into other countries 04-10-2014
NEW BERLIN – BuySeaons, Inc. announced Wednesday it is looking to fill more than a dozen professional positions in its office core, including additions to its business development and acquisitions teams.
Oshkosh Corp. to eliminate 760 positions as defense spending decreases 04-10-2014
OSHKOSH – Oshkosh Corporation announced Thursday it will be eliminating 760 jobs in its Defense segment starting in July with the majority being temporary employees and those retiring.
Evers names eight Business Friends of Education  04-10-2014
MADISON – State Superintendent Tony Evers on Thursday named eight business and industry partnerships as 2014 Business Friends of Education.
Business leaders to be inducted into Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame 04-10-2014
MILWAUKEE – Four business leaders on Thursday will be inducted into the Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame.
Sue Buettner named QuadMed president 04-10-2014
SUSSEX – QuadMed has announced that Sue Buettner will succeed Tim Dickman as president of the Sussex-based company that operates onsite clinics for employers.
Cashing in on financial awareness 04-10-2014
WAUKESHA - A penny saved is a penny earned. And it’s never too early to start teaching children that message.
Commission approves preliminary plans for Oberlin facility 04-10-2014
WAUKESHA - Plans for Oberlin’s 92,000-square-foot facility at the corner of Silvernail and Bluemound roads are moving forward, as the Plan Commission unanimously approved rezoning and preliminary plans for the site Wednesday evening.
Everywhere a chick, chick 04-10-2014
TOWN OF OCONOMOWOC - Those who were feeling peckish while waiting for spring to arrive could visit the Friends of Nature feed store in the Town of Oconomowoc to see a surefire sign of the season three to four weeks before the weather reflected its arrival.
Baird to merge with Seattle’s McAdams Wright Ragen 04-09-2014
MILWAUKEE – Baird and McAdams Wright Ragen, Inc. announced Wednesday that the companies have signed a definitive agreement to merge the Seattle-based company with Baird in order to create an international, employee-owned wealth management, capital markets, private equity and asset management firm with more than $100 billion in client assets.
Talmer’s Wisconsin branches to be sold to Town Bank 04-09-2014
HARTLAND – Talmer Bancorp, Inc. announced Wednesday it has entered into an agreement to sell its 11 Wisconsin branches to Hartland-based Town Bank, a wholly owned bank subsidiary of Wintrust Financial Corporation.
Exact Sciences raises $146.6 million with stock offering 04-09-2014
MADISON – Exact Sciences Corp. announced Wednesday it raised $146.6 million with the recent public offering of its common stock.
TechlineUSA to close plant, cites increasing global competition 04-09-2014
WAUNAKEE – Citing increasing global competition that undercuts its prices, TechlineUSA notified the Department of Workforce Development on Wednesday that it will be closing its facility in Waunakee, resulting in about 93 people losing their jobs.
Omya to close facility in Kimberly by end of 2014 04-09-2014
KIMBERLY – Omya, Inc. will close its facility in Kimberly, resulting in about 21 people losing their jobs, according to the Department of Workforce Development.
Cenveo to close envelope manufacturing facility in Appleton
APPLETON – Cenveo informed the Department of Workforce Development that it will be closing its envelope manufacturing facility in Appleton in June.
Johnson Controls battery pack wins ‘Sustainable Product of the Year’ 04-09-2014
MILWAUKEE – A battery pack produced by Glendale-based Johnson Controls earned the “Sustainable Product of the Year” award Wednesday from the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council.
Delafield retail buildings sold for $13.75 million 04-09-2014
DELAFIELD – Two buildings in the Nagawaukee Center off of Interstate 94 in Delafield have been sold for $13.75 million to an investment group led by Wauwatosa-based Wangard Partners Inc.
WPS names former legislator vice president of provider relations 04-09-2014
MADISON – WPS Health Insurance announced Wednesday it has hired former state legislator Brett Davis to serve as the vice president of provider relations for the not-for-profit health insurer.
Lteif named president of Sensient’s Flavors business 04-09-2014
MILWAUKEE – Sensient Technologies Corporation announced that Sam Lteif has been named the president of the company’s Flavor business.
Jockey partners with Run Like A Mother
KENOSHA – Jockey announced its partnership Wednesday with the nationwide 5k, Run Like A Mother.
Milwaukee group wants to buy Pabst Blue Ribbon 04-09-2014
MILWAUKEE  - Long before it was known for fine cheddar cheese or the Green Bay Packers, Wisconsin was famous for beer, especially the national brands brewed in Milwaukee: Schlitz, Blatz and Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Menomonee Falls, Milwaukee soccer clubs announce merger  04-09-2014
MILWAUKEE – Menomonee Falls Soccer Club on Wednesday announced it’s merging with the Milwaukee Kickers Soccer Club, according to a statement.
Delafield’s Hispania: Not your typical Mexican restaurant
DELAFIELD - Natalia Aramoni and Juan Gutierrez’s dream to open a restaurant began about 14 years ago, when they moved from Mexico to the United States.
Hundreds of visitors from around the globe headed to West Bend to tour Regal Ware 04-09-2014
People from as far as 10,000 miles away will board planes bound for West Bend on Friday as Regal Ware Inc. hosts more than 200 independent sales consultants from 11 countries.
RV center moving to town of Polk 04-09-2014
TOWN OF POLK — A recreational vehicle dealership wants to move its operation from Menomonee Falls to Pioneer Road this year.
West Bend council to reconsider Farmers Market expansion 04-09-2014
WEST BEND - Five downtown businesses went to court to force the Common Council to reconsider its March 3 decision allowing an expansion of the Farmers Market on North Main Street this summer.
Marcus Corp. increases quarterly dividend 04-08-2014
MILWAUKEE – Marcus Corp. on Tuesday declared a quarterly cash dividend on common stock of 9.5 cents a share.
Lyft plans Milwaukee launch event on Thursday 04-08-2014
MILWAUKEE – Lyft, a ride-sharing smartphone application, will have a community launch event on Thursday.
Local financial advisor hosts seminar on managing long-term care costs 04-08-2014
BROOKFIELD – Tom Hille, a Brookfield-based private wealth advisor with Ameriprise Financial, will host a long-term care seminar on April 17 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Rockline Industries to expand with new Arkansas facility 04-08-2014
SHEBOYGAN – Rockline Industries will expand into a newly acquired 240,000-square-foot facility in Russellville, Ark., the company announced Tuesday.
EatStreet raises $6 million in funding, plans expansion 04-08-2014
MADISON – The Madison start-up that allows people to order food online and with mobile devices in 75 cities announced Tuesday it has acquired $6 million in Series B funding.
New salon opens in Village of Brookfield 04-08-2014
BROOKFIELD – A new hair salon called 29ten Salon has opened in the historic area of the city known as the Village of Brookfield.
Roundy’s opens largest store yet in Chicago 04-08-2014
CHICAGO – Roundy’s, Inc. announced Tuesday it opened Mariano’s Ravenswood in Chicago, the Milwaukee-based grocer’s largest location to date.
GE Healthcare announces FDA clearance for image technology 04-08-2014
WAUKESHA – GE Healthcare announced Tuesday it has received U.S. FDA clearance for its Q.Clear technology that can provide up to two times improvement in both quantitative accuracy and image quality in PET/CT imaging.
Turning the corner 04-08-2014
WAUKESHA – A former music store at the corner of South and Barstow Streets has been vacant since the mid-1990s, but now the building has a new owner who’s searching for the perfect vision for the spaces.
Campbell Construction to build new Readers Digest office space 04-08-2014
MILWAUKEE – Campbell Construction will build new office space for Readers Digest at Schlitz Park in Milwaukee.
Shully’s marks Good Friday with non-traditional fish fry
THIENSVILLE - Shully’s Cuisine & Events announced it plans a non-traditional fish fry experience on Good Friday.
Kohler Credit Union helps Children’s Miracle Network
KOHLER - Kohler Credit Union raised $5,233 in February through its Chain of Hearts campaign for the Children’s Miracle Network.
Checking for charity 04-08-2014
GRAFTON - Cornerstone Community Bank’s Charitable Checking program recently resulted in donations of $5,865 to participating churches and non-profit organizations.
Milwaukee Art Museum unveils design for new building 04-08-2014
MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Art Museum released designs for a proposed new building that will include a glass atrium along the lakefront.
Federal Tool moving to West Bend 04-08-2014
CEDARBURG - More room for a physical expansion and a bigger pool of skilled labor is behind Federal Tool & Engineering’s decision to move to West Bend after nearly 90 years in Cedarburg.
Baird reports more than $1B in ’13 revenue 04-07-2014
MILWAUKEE – Robert W. Baird & Co. Inc. on Monday reported net revenues of $1.1 billion in 2013, up 11 percent from $961 million in 2012.
Tamarack Place changes name to Menomonee Place 04-07-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS – Tamarack Place, a provider of assisted living services and care for seniors, on Monday unveiled its new name, Menomonee Place, which reflects its commitment to enriching the lives of its residents, according to the company.
Keller to build for Iron Ridge Fire Department station 04-07-2014
IRON RIDGE – Keller, Planners, Architects and Builders, a design/build general contractor with offices in Madison, Milwaukee, Wausau and the Fox Cities, has been hired to construct a new fire station for Iron Ridge Fire Department.
First Bank Financial Centre to open second Brookfield location 03-07-2014
BROOKFIELD – First Bank Financial Centre will open its second full-service branch location in Brookfield at 12600 W. North Ave. this summer.
Northwestern Mutual, NCAA extend partnership through 2020 04-07-2014
MILWAUKEE – Northwestern Mutual Inc. on Monday announced it has extended its partnership with the National Collegiate Athletic Association until 2020, through a deal with CBS Sports and Turner Sports.
Medical College of Wisconsin’s ‘Women in Science’ series to debut 04-07-2014
WAUWATOSA – The Medical College of Wisconsin’s annual “Women in Science” series will debut on Thursday at GE Healthcare in Wauwatosa.
Caterpillar lays off 60 workers at South Milwaukee plant 04-07-2014
MILWAUKEE – Caterpillar Inc. has laid off about 60 employees at its South Milwaukee plant.
Quad/Graphics to purchase Brown Printing Co. 04-07-2014
SUSSEX – Quad/Graphics Inc. on Monday said it is buying Minnesota-based Brown Printing Co. for $100 million.
Dropping the Bombers on the Brewers
MILWAUKEE – The burger deemed “Milwaukee’s Best Cheeseburger” has arrived at Miller Park.
O' What a Day Cafe to return to Waukesha
WAUKESHA – Bobbie Peters, owner of O’ What a Day Cafe, plans to open another branch of her business in the city where it started – Waukesha.
Stratasys to buy River Falls-based Interfacial Solutions
RIVER FALLS – Stratasys Ltd., a manufacturer of 3-D printing systems, has agreed to buy River Falls-based Interfacial Solutions LLC, a contract research and development company.
Bon-Ton to open Herberger’s clearance store in Minnesota 04-04-2014
MAPLEWOOD, Minn. – The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. on Friday said it is opening a 27,000-square-foot Herberger's clearance center in Maplewood, Minn.
Professional Service Industries acquires Waukesha firm
WAUKESHA – Midwest Engineering Services Inc. on Friday said it has been acquired by Oak Brook, Ill.-based Professional Service Industries Inc.
Vanguard set to open in Bay View this summer 04-04-2014
BAY VIEW – The Vanguard, a locally-owned neighborhood restaurant and bar, will open in Bay View this summer.
Business Alliance adds First Bank Financial Centre as new member 04-04-2014
WAUKESHA - The Waukesha County Business Alliance, a countywide chamber of commerce, has added First Bank Financial Centre as a new member.
Several southeastern Wisconsin businesses recognized by the SBA 04-03-2014
MILWAUKEE – Several southeastern Wisconsin businesses have been recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration for the contributions they have made to America’s economy.
Liberty Property Trust to build 172,000-square-foot building in Oak Creek 04-03-2014
OAK CREEK – A 172,000-square-foot industrial building with easy access to Interstate 94 is being planned by Liberty Property Trust for Oak Creek.
The Mayfair Collection to open today 04-03-2014
WAUWATOSA – The Mayfair Collection will hold a grand opening celebration today with special activities, events and promotions.
Kolbe’s Jeff De Lonay promoted to president
WAUSAU – Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Co. Inc. has named Jeff De Lonay as company president and appointed him to its board of directors.
Exact Sciences announces public offering of common stock 04-03-2014
MADISON – Exact Sciences Corp. is planning to sell $125 million worth of shares to the public, according to a statement released by the Madison-based company.
AnchorBank announces lifting of cease and desist order 04-03-2014
MADISON – AnchorBank’s cease and desist order has been lifted by federal regulators, according to a company statement.
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