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Business Journal of Milwaukee Celebrates 30 Years

Oct 25, 2013
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It was 30 years ago that the Business Journal of Milwaukee printed its first issue. 

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A Chicago developer may be setting a precedent as it repurposes Wauwatosa’s warehouses into a shopping center.

Quad Graphics

Quad/Graphics of Wisconsin is teaming up with the U.S. Postal Service to overcome the financial challenges of the digital age.

Kenosha Aggressive in Developing Chrysler, Other Sites

Aug 26, 2013
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In the last several years, our southern neighbors in the city of Kenosha have seen a healthy amount of commercial and industrial real estate development.

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Time Warner Cable subscribers in the Milwaukee area have been missing a key local part of their cable lineup for nearly a month now.

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Colectivo is the new Alterra and a lot of people are needing a strong cup of coffee to swallow the news.

Bartolotta Restaurants

For decades, Joe Bartolotta helped build up some of the area's top restaurants - only to fear he wouldn't be around to see their success.

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Tens of thousands of motorcyclists are expected in Milwaukee late next month to mark the 110th anniversary of Harley-Davidson.

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New York City is known as “The City that Never Sleeps.” Could Milwaukee be one in the same?

Koss Corporation

They seem ubiquitous now. At the gym, on the bus, in the grocery store, headphones are part of our aural landscape.

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Milwaukee retail and civic leaders have spent the last several days in Las Vegas attending an event they hope will leave a mark on the city's retail scene.

Many school systems in the Milwaukee area had to scramble last week to find a new milk supplier and 100 workers are looking for jobs after the sudden closure of the Golden Guernsey dairy plant. The 83-year-old milk producer went on to announce that it is filing for bankruptcy protection.

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