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Wisconsin is a state located in the Great Lakes region of the United States of America. The capital of the state is Madison, and the largest city is Milwaukee. Wisconsin's economy was originally based on farming (especially dairy), mining, and lumbering. In the 20th century, tourism became important, and many people living on former farms commuted to jobs elsewhere. Large-scale industrialization began in the late 19th century in the southeast of the state, with the city of Milwaukee as its major center. In recent decades, service industries, especially medicine and education, have become dominant. Wisconsin's landscape, largely shaped by the Wisconsin glaciation of the last Ice Age, makes the state popular for both tourism and many forms of outdoor recreation.

 

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News and Information from The Business Journal of Milwaukee

Nine Milwaukee-area business executives donned pink wigs this past week to raise more than $80,000 for Susan Komen Wisconsin to help fight breast cancer. Check out the attached slideshow put together ...

 

After a holiday season marked by sales dips and losses in market share, GameStop Corp. has announced plans to close 2 to 3 percent of its physical stores. The Grapevine, Texas, retailer said in its f...

 

Kraft Heinz Co. laid off about 200 employees Thursday, including an unspecified number at its Pittsburgh and Chicago co-headquarters. The layoffs were among salaried employees due to what Kraft Heinz...

 

The operators of Osteria Del Mondo, a restaurant that operated for nearly two decades on the east side before closing in 2011, will return as part of the revitalization of the 330 Kilbourn building in...

 

Schneider National Inc. of Green Bay, long known as the largest privately held trucking services company, said Friday that it is launching an estimated $520 million to $580 million initial public offe...

 

Bill Bertha, Wisconsin market president for U.S. Bank, has announced plans to retire in June, the bank said Thursday. Bertha will be succeeded by Tom Richtman, now a relationship manager team lead in...

 

With Milwaukee?s economy on the rebound, employers are increasingly concerned about the lack of skilled applicants for the jobs they need to grow and prosper. The Milwaukee Business Journal recently a...

 

Advanced manufacturing is changing the global landscape by using the Internet of Things (IoT) to create integrated supply chains that use real-time data collection and analytics to optimize processes,...

 

If the border adjustment tax is approved by Congress, the tax rate for Kohl's Corp. could jump to anywhere between 75 percent to 85 percent, said CEO Kevin Mansell. During a recent interview with CNB...

 

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty is suing the state of Wisconsin over a ban on Kerrygold Irish butter. On behalf of four consumers and Grafton-based grocer Slow Pokes Local Foods, the co...

 
 

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