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See Habitat for Humanity's new ReStore In Franklin: Slideshow

The organization moved the store from the Walker’s Point neighborhood in Milwaukee. Click through the attached slideshow for a look at the Franklin store.
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Wisconsin Center District extends CEO Brooks' contract, will end furloughs, restore pay

On a day when Wisconsin Center District president and CEO Marty Brooks announced ending furloughs, layoffs and pay cuts for employees, the district board extended Brooks’ contract by three years.…
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Wisconsin Conservatory of Music to reopen locations for private lessons May 3

The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music announced it will reopen to staff April 19 followed by students May 3. At the beginning of this transition, only private lessons will be available at the conservat…
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Why Minnesota's Tattersall Distilling and Lift Bridge Brewing picked Wisconsin for growth

Minnesota's inhospitable climate for growing craft breweries and distilleries has them turning to neighboring states.
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Marquette fundraising campaign aims to build culture of giving

On April 8, Marquette launched the public phase of a $750 million fundraising campaign.
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GMR founder Reynolds' new venture brings podcasting technology to internal communications

Gary Reynolds, founder of New Berlin-based GMR Marketing, started talking to his corporate clients six or seven years ago about the potential to utilize podcast technology, specifically to facilitate…
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Automated ag equipment maker from Illinois sets up shop in South Milwaukee's former Bucyrus campus

An Illinois manufacturer that is developing a new line of automated farming equipment is moving into one of the large industrial buildings in the former Bucyrus-Erie campus in South Milwaukee.
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Daunting challenges remain on Covid-19 vaccinations; Advocate Aurora's investment arm: MBJ Podcast #104

Hayat Pharmacy CEO Hashim Zaibak, in this week’s Milwaukee Business Journal podcast, discusses his perspectives on the Milwaukee-based independent pharmacy chain’s role as one of southeast Wisconsin’…
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Summer sales-tax holiday would cost Wisconsin Center District millions

A summer sales tax holiday on food and beverages approved by the Wisconsin Assembly would cut the Wisconsin Center District’s revenue by $2.7 million, which the district’s chief financial officer sai…
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On new stores and e-commerce: Q&A with Andrew Steinhafel

Andrew Steinhafel is the new president of Steinhafels Furniture.
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Analyst: With settlement in place, Kohl’s likely to stick with strategic plan

Kohl’s Corp. is likely to stay with its strategic plan after settling with the activists who were pushing the company for change, according to one analyst. A coalition of activist investors began a …
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Transforming Trauma: Focused approach helps people realign their selves and rebuild their interpersonal relationships

Many trauma-affected individuals prosper in the business world by channeling all of their energy away from their trauma and into their work. However, their interpersonal relationships may suffer. The…
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Northwestern Mutual's Neal Sample key tech exec during pandemic

During the past year, Neal Sample transitioned more than 25,000 employees, financial advisers and support staff to working from home, brought 1,400 new employees on board virtually and delivered the …
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Technology was star of past year in region

Read about our 2021 Tech Award winners, which recognize the top work and innovative programs in technology for Milwaukee-area firms and individuals.
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I-94 project chance to expand many transportation modes

The reconstruction of the Interstate 94 corridor from 70th Street to 16th Street in Milwaukee, proposed as part of Gov. Tony Evers’ 2021-2023 budget, is a project with significant long-lasting region…
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