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Care Right Inc. brings senior solutions to Brookfield 11-17-2014
BROOKFIELD – Care Right Inc., a full-service care company, is now open at 675 N. Brookfield Rd, Suite 204.
Wisconsin Forward Award announces 2014 recipients
MADISON – Wisconsin Forward Award, the state’s premier organization for assessing and recognizing high-performance management principles, will honor the 2014 award recipients at a ceremony and reception on Wednesday, December 10 at the Monona Terrace Conference and Convention Center in Madison.
Bartelt to host food drive 11-17-2014
DELAFIELD – Bartelt. The Remodeling Resource is hosting a Hunger Task Force food drive Monday, Nov. 17 through Friday, Dec. 19.
Irgens seeks public funding for Ruby Farm development 11-14-2014
BROOKFIELD — Representatives from Irgens will make a presentation to the Brookfield Economic Development Authority and explain why it wants public funding to help with a mixed-use development at the former Ruby Farm site off of Calhoun and Bluemound roads.
BloodCenter of Wisconsin to form alliance with Indiana Blood Center 11-14-2014
MILWAUKEE —Indiana Blood Center will be the newest affiliate of the Centers for Transfusion and Transplant Medicine, which was founded in 2012 by BloodCenter of Wisconsin and Heartland Blood Centers, according to a Friday announcement.
Telkonet increases profit for second straight quarter 11-14-2014
MILWAUKEE — On Friday, Telkonet, Inc. announced it had a second consecutive quarter of profit and a total revenue of $4.1 million, up 16 percent from $3.5 million in the third quarter of 2013.
Community Memorial Hospital recognized by The Joint Commission 11-14-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS — The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Community Memorial Hospital has been recognized for the second year in a row as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission.
Downtown’s West End to host open house Saturday 11-14-2014
WAUKESHA - Get a jump start on your holiday shopping at downtown Waukesha’s  West End open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Eco-friendly salon opening soon downtown 11-14-2014
WAUKESHA - An eco-friendly salon is coming to downtown Waukesha.
Hydro-Thermal celebrates 80 years 11-14-2014
WAUKESHA - the factory and toasted the milestone with employees, customers and worldwide partners from as far away as Korea and Sweden.
BMO Harris Bank analyzes holiday shoppers 11-13-2014
MILWAUKEE — A recent survey by BMO Harris Bank found that more Wisconsin consumers are planning to shop on Black Friday versus Cyber Monday and both groups said they anticipate their spending to increase this year.
Grants to help train more than 200 workers with disabilities 11-13-2014
MILWAUKEE — Gov. Scott Walker announced Thursday a plan to award more than $600,000 in worker training grants to help more than 200 people with disabilities develop skills to reach employment goals.
Aurora hospitals honored by The Joint Commission 11-13-2014
MILWAUKEE — Twelve of Aurora Health Care hospitals have been recognized as 2013 top performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission, including Aurora Medical Center in Summit and Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee.
Wisconsin economic initiatives receive international recognition 11-13-2014
MADISON — Two initiatives created by the Wisconsin Economic Corporation were recently recognized with awards of excellence from the International Economic Development Council, the world’s largest economic development organization.
Kohl’s sales dip in third quarter 11-13-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS — Kohl’s Corporation’s third quarter sales declined 1.6 percent during the third quarter of 2014 compared to the same period a year before, according to the clothing and home goods retailer Thursday.
Two restaurants open in Oconomowoc, bar closes 11-13-2014
OCONOMOWOC — Longtime Oconomowoc residents will often think of the building at 511 E. Wisconsin Ave. as the former Burger King, but it recently opened up for the second time as a Mexican restaurant.
West Bend Area Chamber presents awards 11-13-2014
WEST BEND - The West Bend Area Chamber of Commerce handed out awards to eight people and organizations Wednesday night during the group’s annual awards dinner.
Medical marijuana, digital currencies among emerging investor threats 11-13-2014
MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions identified Wednesday emerging threats facing investors in the coming year - including schemes involving marijuana-related businesses and digital currencies.
Waukesha County home sales improve for second month
OCONOMOWOC - Home sales in Waukesha County increased by 12.7 percent this October, up to 461 from 409 in October 2013, according to a report the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors released Wednesday.
Commission approves apartments on former brewery site 11-13-2014
WAUKESHA -The Plan Commission is OK with the concept of a 245-unit luxury apartment complex on the site of the former Fox Head brewery on Maple Avenue, but there are more details to work out.
Study reveals women confident about handling their own finances  11-13-2014
MILWAUKEE - A new study released Wednesday found an overwhelming majority of women in Wisconsin saying they are confident handling their finances if something were to happen to their spouse.
uBreakiFix continues Wisconsin expansion
BROOKFIELD – uBreakiFix, a gadget repair franchise that specializes in smartphone repair, has opened its fifth Wisconsin location in Brookfield.
Decorating Kewaskum 11-12-2014
KEWASKUM — In a quaint store just off Fond du Lac Avenue in the village sits a new floral shop where owner Brenda Kirchner prides herself on making customers happy and providing them with the freshest flower arrangements for their special occasions.
WCBA signs on to The Future Wisconsin Project 11-11-2014
WAUKESHA — The Waukesha County Business Alliance announced its support for The Future Wisconsin Project, a project aimed at developing a 20-year strategic economic plan for Wisconsin.
WEDC seeks applicants for clean energy loans 11-11-2014
MADISON — The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is encouraging businesses to apply for for low interest loans of up to $1 million for energy efficiency projects from the State’s Clean Energy Manufacturing Revolving Loan Fund.
Summit announces member dividend 11-11-2014
MADISON — Summit Credit Union recently announced approval by its Board of Directors to award patronage dividends through an annual program called Cash Boomerang, which will make its first payments to more than 30,000 members this November.
Walmart hires 1,185 Wisconsin veterans 11-11-2014
WAUKESHA — Since Walmart began its Veterans Welcome Home Commitment 18 months ago, it has hired more than 1,185 veterans for jobs in Wisconsin, the company announced Tuesday.
Indulgence Chocolatiers to open Wauwatosa location
MILWAUKEE — Growing chocolate company Indulgence Chocolatiers announced Monday it will open a third retail location at 6538 W. North Ave. in Wauwatosa.
The gift that keeps giving 11-08-2014
WAUKESHA - Few people appreciate the military quite like Bob Flowers. Born into a family of military members, the former Cedarburg police sergeant knows firsthand how important veterans are to our country’s past - and future.
SF Analytical Labs acquired by European firm 11-07-2014
NEW BERLIN — SF Analytical Laboratories is in the process of being bought by Eurofins Scientific, the companies announced Thursday.
Wisconsin credit unions report income growth 11-07-2014
MADISON —Wisconsin credit unions had some good news to share Friday — lending increased by 9.3 percent and net income rose 6.7 percent for the 162 state-charted credit unions in the first three quarters of 2014 when compared to last year, according to data by the Department of Financial Institutions.
Joy Global’s acquisition of Chinese firm under investigation 11-07-2014
MILWAUKEE — Joy Global announced this week that it is being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for its acquisition of International Mining Machinery Holdings Ltd. in 2012.
BMO Harris Bank to make additional $3 billion available to business owners  11-07-2014
MILWAUKEE — During the next three years, BMO Harris Bank will make an additional $3 billion in credit available to business owners in Wisconsin.
A crafty innovation 11-07-2014
RICHFIELD — A new product developed by June Tailor Inc. of Richfield, a maker of tools for quilting, crafting, sewing and home decor, was born of the frustration of standing in long lines to have material cut at fabric stores.
Seester’s Mexican Cantina reopening today 11-07-2014
PEWAUKEE -  Seester’s Mexican Cantina will open its doors again today, more than a month after a kitchen fire forced it to temporarily shut down.
Businesswomen blazing paths for others 11-07-2014
WAUKESHA - A trailblazer is defined as one who guides others, is a pathfinder and a pioneer, Waukesha County Business Alliance President Suzanne Kelley said during a panel discussion with five Waukesha County women who were awarded Wisconsin Trailblazer awards in 2014.
Chicago deep dish pizza restaurant to open at MSOE 11-06-2014
MILWAUKEE — Known for Chicago deep dish pizza, restaurant Pizano’s Pizza & Pasta will bring its Italian food to Milwaukee inside the Milwaukee School of Engineering Tower Apartment in late spring 2015.
Small Business Administration gives out record amount of loans  11-06-2014
WASHINGTON, D.C. —In the past year, the U.S. Small Business Administration 7(a) Loan Program gave out a record amount of loans, and with Wisconsin also increased the number of loans it provided.
MillerCoors’ income increases in third quarter
DENVER — SABMiller plc and Molson Coors Brewing Company reported Thursday that MillerCoors’ net income increased 3.5 percent during the third quarter to $376.7 million versus the same period in 2013, due to positive pricing, sales mix and cost savings.
Learn how to increase business profits 11-06-2014
WAUKESHA — The topic of increasing a business’s profits will be the focus of the Waukesha Working Women and November Chamber Chat’s upcoming meeting.
Generac reports decline in sales 11-06-2014
TOWN OF GENESEE — For its third quarter of fiscal 2014, Generac Holdings Inc. reported a decline of $11 million in sales compared to the same period last year.
Citizen of the Year 11-06-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Keith Farley grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and openly admits to being a Cubs fan. But, that hasn’t stopped him from adopting Wisconsin and Oconomowoc as his home and, judging by his contributions to the community, it’s lucky to have him.
Summer opening expected at River Shores 11-06-2014
WEST BEND - One former manufacturing plant in West Bend will reopen next summer as a residential and retail complex in the River Shores Development downtown with a second building scheduled to reopen in 2016.
Aurora Health Care Foundation receives $1 million gift
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee residents Tim and Vivian Sullivan have made a $1 million contribution to support cardiovascular research and fellowship programs at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, according to an announcement from the Aurora Health Care Foundation on Thursday.
Roundy’s reports net loss of nearly $250 million 11-06-2014
MILWAUKEE — During its third quarter, Roundy’s Inc. reported a net loss from continuing operations of $249.9 million, or $5.19 net loss per diluted common share.
Quad/Graphics generates $1.2 billion in sales during third quarter 11-06-2014
SUSSEX - Quad/Graphics, Inc. on Wednesday reported results for its third quarter ending September 30.
Care keeps center growing 11-06-2014
Brooke San Felippo, owner of Little Friends Learning Center in Grafton, West Bend and Barton, was a single mom looking for a good child care center to take her daughter to, but became upset when she couldn’t find one.
Room to groom 11-06-2014
WAUKESHA - Pet groomer Angela Ng has wanted to work with animals since she was a little girl, so when a spot opened up in her beloved downtown Waukesha, she jumped at the chance to open her new business.
Developer tweaks plans for luxury apartments 11-06-2014
WAUKESHA - The 200 block of Maple Avenue could get a facelift - and 245 new luxury apartments - if the Plan Commission approves a developer’s plan for a site bordered by two different railroad tracks.
Manufacturing growth discussed at regional meeting 11-06-2014
MEQUON - “Cluster” was a word used frequently Tuesday as business leaders from throughout southeastern Wisconsin gathered to discuss momentum in several sectors of manufacturing.
WCTC adds technical diploma for caregivers 11-05-2014
WAUKESHA — Waukesha County Technical College announced Tuesday it will be offering a new caregiver technical diploma program designed for those interested in working with clients in their homes.
Multi-Color Corporation to close Watertown facility 11-05-2014
WAUKESHA — Multi-Color Corporation will be permanently closing its facility in Watertown, the state Department of Workforce Development announced Tuesday.
Grafton Arts Mill Coffee Roastery opens 11-04-2014
GRAFTON — The Grafton Arts Mill Coffee Roastery recently opened at 1300 14th Ave.
Product will stay the same under new Sal's owner 11-04-2014
CEDARBURG — Sal's Pizza in downtown Cedarburg has a new owner, Christian Leonard.
Cedarburg Toy Company embraces new location 11-04-2014
CEDARBURG — With a grand opening planned during the Cedarburg Merchants Organization’s Holiday Window Unveiling Nov. 14, Cedarburg Toy Company owners Zachary and Natasha Loos will celebrate in a new storefront and offer giveaways and discounts perfect for holiday shoppers.





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