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Chick-fil-A to open second Milwaukee-area restaurant Thursday
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Chick-fil-A is set to open its second free-standing suburban Milwaukee restaurant Thursday, which means fans will be camping out in the parking lot— as they did at the chicken chain's new Brookfield site a week ago — on Wednesday for a chance to win a year's worth of free food.

Feds impose duties on Chinese-made freight containers
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The U.S. Commerce Department has ordered Chinese makers of a widely used freight container to at least temporarily pay duties on exports to the United States, Wisconsin-based Stoughton Trailers LLC said Tuesday.

Developer plans to convert St. Adalbert convent, school to apartments
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Gorman& Co. wants to renovate the St. Adalbert campus in South Milwaukee into 37 apartments for lower-income families.

UW-Madison lands federal grant for cell research
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Stem cell pioneer Jamie Thomson and others at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research will receive about $7 million in grant money over the next three years to grow brain tissue that could provide a faster, more affordable way to screen for neural toxins.

GM says Cadillac brand moving to New York City
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Detroit— The Cadillac brand will move its headquarters to New York next year to get closer to those living lives of luxury.

Johnson Controls names McDonald vice chairman
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Johnson Controls Inc. has promoted Bruce McDonald to vice chairman from chief financial officer, the company said Tuesday.

Sheboygan-based bank part of deal with JPMorgan Chase
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Sheboygan-based HSA Bank will take over about 700,000 health saving accounts from JPMorgan Chase& Co. under a deal announced Tuesday.

Chippewa Falls technology company buying competitor
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Chippewa Falls— A western Wisconsin technology company says it's buying a competitor in a cash and stock deal worth $927 million.

Madison company lands $3.7 million military lasers contract
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The lasers will be used in the only ballistic missile defense system capable of intercepting missiles within and outside of the earth’s atmosphere.

Spectrum Brands to acquire European pet food business
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Middleton-based Spectrum Brands Holdings Inc. said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire Procter& Gamble's European pet food business, which consists of IAMS and Eukanuba brands for dogs and cats.

We Energies wants to spend $62 million to expand coal storage at Oak Creek
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We Energies is proposing to double the size and capacity of the coal storage area at its Oak Creek power plant, at a cost of $62 million.

Wisconsin home sales down 5.7% in August; median price up 3.3%
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Homes sold a slower clip in August than a year earlier in Wisconsin as the inventory of houses for sale decreased in some markets and prices rose.

HSI Properties plans 160-apartment development in Wauwatosa
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Known as State Street Station, the project would include street-level commercial space along with public parking spaces for people shopping and dining in the Village.

Time Warner Cable adding to Milwaukee sales force
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Time Warner Cable says it's hiring about 50 sales specialists at its Milwaukee operations.

Home sales decline 5.7% in August; median price up 3.3%
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Sales of existing homes in Wisconsin fell 5.7% in August, a decline real estate professionals said likely was driven in part by smaller inventories of homes for sale in some areas and rising prices.

Science program kicking off in Tosa
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Science Café, a series of free lectures aimed at building understanding of science, will kick off Tuesday evening in Wauwatosa with a discussion about the drug discovery process.

Siemens to acquire Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion
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Houston— German electronics and engineering company Siemens AG has reached a deal to acquire oilfield equipment maker Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion.

Madison health plan to offer Exact Sciences' colon cancer test
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The test, called Cologuard, will be available to patients through their primary care physicians, as part of their current laboratory benefits at Mayo, Exact said.

Oshkosh prototype tactical vehicle completes Defense Department review
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The company is one of three defense contractors bidding to replace about 55,000 military Humvee troop carriers, a competition that has been called a 'knife fight in a telephone booth.'

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