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Plans proceeding for Glendale brew pub, beer garden
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A local investors group is seeking city approval to develop a brewpub and beer garden at Glendale’s vacant Bavarian Inn building.

Woodman's debuts web ordering, delivery
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Woodman’s Markets has launched online grocery ordering and delivery in Madison and plans to bring the service to Milwaukee later this year.

Lawmakers urge WEDC to review Eaton Corp. tax credits after jobs cuts
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Two Democrats in the Legislature called Tuesday for the state to discuss taking back tax credits given to Eaton Corp. while the company was cutting jobs in Wisconsin and moving production to Mexico.

Verona health care software company's annual gathering is epic
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The scale of Epic Systems Corp.’s annual gathering of customers ” like the perpetual construction at its headquarters ” has become a tangible symbol of one of the state’s most stunning success stories.

Johnson Controls completes sale of division to CBRE Group Inc. for $1.5 billion
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The sale of Johnson Controls Inc.’s facilities management business to CBRE Group Inc. has been completed, the companies announced Tuesday.

Old Town Inn to reopen Friday as Old Town Beer Hall in Germantown
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Old Town Beer Hall, formerly known as Old Town Inn, in Germantown recently underwent a $75,000 month-long renovation and will reopen on Friday, owners Chaz Hastings and Josh Neureuther said.

Overshadowed a bit by neighbors, 833 East expects tenants by March
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As Northwestern Mutual’s office tower rises to its north, and plans proceed for the Couture apartment high-rise just to its east, the 17-floor 833 East office building under construction near downtown Milwaukee’s lakefront can sometimes be overlooked.

OSHA seeks fines against Waukesha scrap yard
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Waukesha Iron& Metal Inc. with several violations in the March 4 death of Kenneth LaChance.

Yahoo chief Mayer says she's pregnant with twins
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CEO continues with plans to engineer a turnaround at Yahoo

Associated Bank signs Packer receivers for marketing campaign
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Associated Bank announced Tuesday that Green Bay Packer receivers Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams will participate on behalf of the bank in a range of customer engagement activities, marketing projects and community initiatives as part of its new"Touchdown Central" campaign.

Stocks tumble as uncertainty jumps back into the market
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September picked up right where August left off, with worries about economies outside the United States taking a toll on equity markets worldwide.

Joint venture takes ownership of Watertown Regional Medical Center
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LifePoint Health and Watertown Regional Medical Center announced Tuesday they have finalized a joint venture to share ownership and operation of the hospital.

Hansen leads ZBB into new era, new name: EnSync Energy Systems
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After a year as president, Brad Hansen has taken the helm of energy storage and power management systems company ZBB Energy Corp., which has a new name, EnSync Energy Systems.

Group seeks to bring investment to nation's battered neighborhoods
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Fashioning incentives that will encourage job growth and economic development in downtrodden neighborhoods transcends partisan politics, group’s leaders say.

UW-Madison nanotech center receives $20 million
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The Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology will help investigate the environmental impact of nanoparticles in emerging technologies.

Eaton Corp., recipient of state tax credits, cuts 83 jobs in Pewaukee
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Eaton Corp. plc told state officials Monday that it will eliminate 83 jobs in Pewaukee as it discontinues manufacturing molded rubber products there.

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.

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