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India's Royal Enfield hopes to ride a wave of motorcycle nostalgia in U.S.
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Known for bikes that capture the essence of old-school motorcycling, Royal Enfield is counting on a former Harley-Davidson executive to establish its brand in North America.

Special health insurance sign-ups for same-sex couples planned
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A number of Wisconsin health insurance companies are holding special enrollment periods to enable same-sex couples to add their spouses to health plans.

2 Saukville manufacturers considering expansion
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Two manufacturers that operate at Saukville’s Dekora Woods Business Park, Injectec Inc. and Cramer Coil, are considering expansion.

C300 helps puts Mercedes-Benz back in top tier of luxury automakers
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Mercedes-Benz has rejoined the top tier of luxury automakers after a decade of struggling with design and execution while automakers were raising the bar.

60-unit assisted living center proposed for Oak Creek
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Lakewood, Colo.-based Azura LLC, which does business as Azura Memory Care, is proposing the apartments for a 5.7-acre parcel at 8870 S. Mayhew Drive.

Business in Wisconsin
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Business in Wisconsin publishes items of interest about Wisconsin businesses.

Faced with delisting, Koss to switch stock exchanges
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Facing delisting on the Nasdaq Global Market, Koss Corp. will apply to have its shares traded on the less-stringent Nasdaq Capital Market.

Dairy organizations weigh in on raw milk sales
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The National Milk Producers Federation and the International Dairy Foods Association said they oppose a proposed state rule that would“establish a system to allow the direct sale of raw milk.”

Waterstone Financial quarterly earnings increase
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Earnings jumped 48% for the parent company of WaterStone Bank in the third quarter as interest income and mortgage revenue rose while delinquent loans continued to decline.

National Presto quarterly sales, profits decline
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Profits for National Presto Industries Inc. dropped 43% in the third quarter as sales fell in its absorbent products and housewares/small appliance units, the company said Friday.

Sensient net income falls 32% in 3rd quarter
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Net income at Sensient Technologies Corp. fell 32.4% in the third quarter as the Milwaukee-based maker of food flavorings and colors took a $21 million hit for restructuring and other one-time costs.

Milwaukee nonprofit plans computer coding classes
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A nonprofit Milwaukee group that runs two start-up companies plans to begin offering classes early next year in how to write computer code.

Nominate your employer now for the Journal Sentinel's Top Workplaces program
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Love your work? If so, take a few seconds today to nominate your employer for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's annual Top Workplaces program.

Angel investor Jeff Rusinow optimistic about new start-ups succeeding
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“It’s not California, but Wisconsin’s ecosystem is vibrant enough that everyone can do well,” said Jeff Rusinow, speaking at an event Tuesday night in Milwaukee.

New Faces, New Places
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New Faces, New Places is about personnel changes at Wisconsin businesses.

First Business 3Q earnings miss analysts' estimates
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Third-quarter earnings were flat for the Madison parent company of First Business Bank-Milwaukee, as merger-related expenses and increased compensation costs helped offset a rise in revenue.

Strattec earnings rise threefold, boosted by sales linked to GM recall
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Strattec Security Corp. on Thursday reported record sales and profit in its fiscal first quarter, thanks to a spike in sales of service parts tied to the General Motors Co. ignition switch recall.

Grand Avenue mall sold at auction for $16.5 million
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The buyer was not immediately disclosed, but a local nonprofit group was not the high bidder.

Paper company Expera Specialty Solutions to be based in Kaukauna
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Expera was incorporated early last year when KPS Capital Partners LP, a New York private equity firm, acquired paper mills in Rhinelander and Mosinee from Wausau Paper Corp.,

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