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Top Chase economist sees improved economy, worries about Russia
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The economy is improving in the U.S. and much of the world, but the politics of Russia could throw growth off course, JPMorgan Chase’s chief economist said in Milwaukee Thursday.

Briggs reports slight decrease in sales, increased profits
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Despite a slow start to the lawn-and-garden equipment season across much of the United States, Briggs& Stratton Corp. on Thursday reported only a slight decrease in sales and a higher profit in the recent fiscal quarter.

Franklin stadium deal is dead, developer Mike Zimmerman says
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Developer Mike Zimmerman is dropping his proposal for a city-financed baseball stadium in Franklin, even as officials say they’ll continue studying the issue.

Profit rises at First Business Bank-Milwaukee
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Profits rose almost 3% in the first quarter for the parent company of First Business Bank-Milwaukee as interest income and fee revenue increased.

Strattec reports higher 3Q sales, earnings
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Strattec Security Corp. on Thursday reported higher sales and profit linked to increased automotive production as well as additional products the company is supplying for new cars and trucks.

Northwestern Mutual Life names Oberland president
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Greg Oberland has been prompted to president of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., the Milwaukee-based insurer said Thursday.

Stoughton Trailers accuses China of unfair trade practices
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The Wisconsin firm, the only American producer of dry-freight containers that are the backbone of the trucking industry, petitioned the federal government this week to investigate the practices of its Chinese competitors.

Bemis reports mild dip in first quarter net income
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The Neenah-based manufacturer has been closing and selling nonstrategic facilities and exiting production of commodity products.

New hospital robot uses ultraviolet light to fight infections
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Machines demonstrated by Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare on Wednesday are a new weapon in the fight to prevent infections in hospitals and other health care settings.

Loan program aims to soften blow of Oshkosh cutbacks
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Aiming to assist businesses affected by cutbacks at Oshkosh Corp., the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. has approved a new loan program.

Johnson Controls reports higher second quarter profit
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Strong sales of automotive components drove quarterly earnings higher for Johnson Controls Inc. even as the company shifts its strategic focus away from auto-sector work.

School Specialty names new chairman, chief executive
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School Specialty Inc. said Wednesday it has a new president and chief executive.

$30 million apartment project given first city approval
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A six-story, 132-unit apartment building planned for Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward has received its first city approval.

Miller's Bakery adds a new twist” and a new Milwaukee facility
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Maker of pretzel-flavored buns, known as Pretzillas, to begin production at new location

March jobless rates fell in Wisconsin's 12 major metro areas
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Estimated unemployment rates fell in all of Wisconsin's 12 main metropolitan areas in March compared to the same month one year earlier, according to seasonally unadjusted estimates released Wednesday.

CorvisaCloud receives $30 million infusion from owner
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The Milwaukee provider of call center software was founded in 2011 by Matthew Lautz, a Milwaukee entrepreneur, and is owned by Novation Companies Inc.

Marquette team wins $53,000 at international business plan competition
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A mobile app developed by two Marquette University engineering students that allows users to wirelessly make PowerPoint presentations from tablets or smartphones has won $53,000 at the Rice Business Plan Competition, the school said Wednesday.

Accounting firms merge to form Sitzberger Hau&Co.
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Two Milwaukee-area accounting firms” Sitzberger Widmann& Co. and Hau& Associates” said Wednesday they have merged.

Manpower posts sharp increase in earnings for quarter
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The globally active recruitment and staffing company rebounded off an unusually weak quarter one year earlier.

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