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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.

Franklin council rejects funding minor league ballpark
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A minor league ballpark planned for Franklin has again struck out in its bid for public financing.

BuySeasons replaces CEO
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Online costume and party-supplies retailer BuySeasons Inc. has replaced its chief executive for the second time in little more than a year.

Port Washington sees savings with propane-fueled squad car
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The newest police vehicle in the city of Port Washington is powered by propane instead of gasoline.

MSOE students in drive for better mileage
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This week, Milwaukee School of Engineering students will demonstrate high-mileage experimental vehicles in a Houston competition.

Regulator orders additional improvements at Guaranty Bank
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Guaranty Bank, which has struggled with loan losses since the recession, has been ordered by a regulator to take more steps to improve its financial condition.

Investment group buys Fontarome Chemical out of receivership
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A private investment group in Milwaukee has purchased Fontarome Chemical Inc. out of receivership.

A.O. Smith reports jump in earnings, cites Chinese demand
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Demand in China for water heaters and water filters drove sales growth for A.O. Smith.

MGIC Investment posts 1st-quarter profit, beating estimates
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The Milwaukee-based mortgage insurer reversed a year-ago loss as delinquent loans and losses on claims fell, the company said Tuesday.

Harley-Davidson earnings up 22% on sales of new bikes
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The earnings growth coincided with strong sales of the new Project Rushmore touring motorcycles.

Oak Creek business park may get dog food maker as first tenant
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The plans include a fenced-in dog run, indicating that the building could be for Milwaukee pet food maker Stella& Chewy’s LLC.

Justices to hear networks' case againstAereostreamingservice
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Washington— When the U.S. Supreme Court hears a one-hour oral argument Tuesday, it will not be the first time the court's nine justices will have the final say over the fate of a new TV viewing technology.

FedEx plans to build Menomonee Falls distribution center
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FedEx Ground Package System Inc. is proceeding with plans to build a large distribution center in Menomonee Falls that would have over 450 employees.

Market for North Woods vacation homes is rebounding
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The housing market in Wisconsin’s north region slowly is making a comeback, though some brokers have noticed a couple of new wrinkles in the recovery.

Geneticist works with the building blocks of life
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In her highly specialized line of work, even Jaime Wendt Andrae’s job title can take some explaining.

Home sales fell a third straight month as cold weather dragged on
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The state saw 4,576 homes change hands last month, down 11.3% from March 2013, data released Monday by the Wisconsin Realtors Association show. Median prices rose 1.9%.

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