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Pharma products firm Invenra raises $2 million from 28 investors
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Invenra Inc., a Madison maker of pharmaceutical products, raised $2 million from 28 investors, according to a filing with federal securities regulators.

Power restored to businesses near Mayfair after 75 minute outage
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Some businesses near Mayfair mall in Wauwatosa lost power for about 75 minutes Monday morning when a piece of equipment failed, We Energies said.

TCF names new chief executive
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TCF has 376 branches, including 25 in southeast Wisconsin. It also operates in Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, Colorado, Arizona, South Dakota and Indiana.

Local manufacturing index still sputtering
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An index that measures manufacturing growth in southeastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois remained in negative territory in August for the fifth consecutive month, according to a survey of companies released Monday.

Defense contract provides economic security blanket for Fox Valley
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News of a defense industry contract worth billions of dollars and perhaps 25 or more years of work is less than a week old, and already the Fox Valley is buzzing about the possibilities.

Watertown airport attempts to minimize collisions with deer
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A sharpshooter and a burned sausage factory are playing key roles in keeping airplanes from slamming into white-tailed deer at a south-central Wisconsin airport.

Nominations open for annual Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces program
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Based on surveys with thousands of employees in southeast Wisconsin, the prestigious program honors the most admired employers in the 10-county region. If you love your work, nominate your employer today.

Fear is only natural when stocks drop quickly
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From deep within primordial sections of the human brain come clarion calls to take evasive action in response to the sudden plunge in stock prices.

Waukesha County Museum makeover moves forward as part of apartment plan
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By the end of 2016, the museum focused on Waukesha’s history — including legendary guitarist Les Paul — will likely reopen in much better financial shape as part of a project that will create 41 high-end apartments.

Market corrections can be painful but healthy in the long run
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September and October are typically difficult for the stock market, so Holan says the volatility is likely to continue and a sustained recovery may not happen until later this year.

Growing up in severe poverty affects brain size, UW-Madison study shows
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A six-year study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has added to evidence that growing up in poverty affects the way children’s brains develop, potentially putting them at a lifelong disadvantage.

Wantable Inc. leaving Third Ward for larger space
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The new offices will include some unusual features— a coffee bar, a wine bar and a fashion runway where models can show off the accessories and clothing Wantable offers.

Muscular-looking Kia Sorento offers plenty of power, comfort
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Kia’s Sorento is a fine crossover that will haul up to seven folks and look good doing it.

Goodyear retiring blimps, rolling out new cigar-shaped craft
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The new model has a fixed structure holding its big, gassy balloon in place. That’s unlike a blimp, which goes flat when the helium is removed.

Emerging Energies wind farm in St. Croix County hits a wall
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The only major wind farm on the drawing board in Wisconsin was dealt a setback this week when a St. Croix County judge sent the project back to state energy regulators for more review.

Johnson Controls may lay off up to 197 people
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While there is the potential for up to 197 jobs to be eliminated, a spokesman said Johnson Controls is looking to find jobs within the company for affected employees.

Thieves using data-skimming devices to steal debit card info
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Thieves using data-skimming devices in attempts to steal debit card information from ATM users have hit the Milwaukee area.

Early-stage companies graduate from Milwaukee training program
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Nine early-stage companies graduated Thursday night from WERCBench Labs, a start-up training program run by the Milwaukee-based Mid-west Energy Research Consortium.

Wixon plans to expand plant in St. Francis
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Food seasonings and flavors maker Wixon Inc. is proceeding with plans to expand its St. Francis facility, a project that could include city financing help.

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