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REITs are on an amazing roll, but how long can it last?
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Real estate investment trusts have benefited from the recovery of commercial properties.

Debate over international trade has implications for Wisconsin
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Wisconsin’s economy depends on a healthy export climate, with a business sector that’s more connected to the world every day.

Morin's collaborations reap benefits for Milwaukee
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Darryl Morin rallies diverse coalition to bring national Latino conference to Milwaukee.

Former Concordia campus will be converted for urban Indian culture
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The near west side buildings, now known as Wgema Campus, are being redeveloped as tribal offices and programs tied to the Forest County Potawatomi Community. The next projects total $30 million.

Simple gizmos come from complex journeys
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SuperBand for cyclists is the latest product designed by a Mequon firm.

Milwaukee couple work to combine beer, breakfast and a boutique
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A Milwaukee couple are planning two different businesses, Uncle Wolfie’s Tavern and Orange and Blue Co., out of the same historical building in Brewers’ Hill.

Mazda CX-9 stacks up well against luxury brands
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The CX-9 is well worth consideration if you want a large crossover that can seat seven and are looking for luxury at a more affordable price.

Milwaukee lauded for cheap airfares
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Online travel site says Mitchell International has the fourth-cheapest airfares in the country.

Income rises sharply for WaterStone Bank parent
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Waterstone Financial Inc. saw profits soar by 47% in the second quarter as the Wauwatosa-based bank amid increased lending

Southwest Airlines still reeling from computer glitches
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Airline has canceled about 1,850 flights since the problem first surfaced.

Verizon near $5 billion deal to acquire Yahoo
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Verizon has edge over other bidders for Yahoo’s core Internet business.

Lender takes control of King Drive shopping center for future grocery
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Milwaukee Economic Development Corp. will demolish most of the shopping center, at the northwest corner of W. North Ave. and N. King Drive, to create a stand-alone building for Pete’s Fruit Market.

New faces, new places for July 22
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New Faces New Places is about personnel changes at Wisconsin businesses.

Profit dips slightly at Associated Bank parent
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Earnings of bank, the largest based in Wisconsin, were hurt by an increase in reserves to cover potential bad loans

Back-to-school spending forecast looks promising for gasping retail sector
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Back-to-school spending forecast rise 11% as confidence grows

General Motors' profit more than doubles to post-bankruptcy record
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G.M.’s quarterly profit soared to a post-bankrupty record of $2.87 billion.

Wisconsin unemployment rate held steady in June at 4.2%
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The statewide jobless figure remains lower than the national rate, which rose slightly last month, to 4.9%

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