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Wisconsin is a state located in the Great Lakes region of the United States of America. The capital of the state is Madison, and the largest city is Milwaukee. Wisconsin's economy was originally based on farming (especially dairy), mining, and lumbering. In the 20th century, tourism became important, and many people living on former farms commuted to jobs elsewhere. Large-scale industrialization began in the late 19th century in the southeast of the state, with the city of Milwaukee as its major center. In recent decades, service industries, especially medicine and education, have become dominant. Wisconsin's landscape, largely shaped by the Wisconsin glaciation of the last Ice Age, makes the state popular for both tourism and many forms of outdoor recreation.

 

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Canadian real estate investor Jeet Pangli, who bought the former Pick 'n Save store near Northridge Mall in Milwaukee, said he is trying to attract a new retailer to the building. Pangli earlier this...

 

Milwaukee designer Linda Marcus may no longer be a contestant on season 15 of "Project Runway," but she isn't letting it get to her. The 55-year-old owner of Linda Marcus Design was the lat...

 

The List of 52 Wisconsin-based women-owned businesses represents a wide variety of industries and areas of expertise. Responses were strong for the Milwaukee Business Journal's Sept. 23 compilation o...

 

After a night of civil unrest in August ravaged BMO Harris' Sherman Park branch, the bank this week opened a temporary office in its place. The interim branch, at 3536 W. Fond du Lac Ave. in Milwauke...

 

With the latest Marquette Law School poll showing Wisconsin may be back in play in the presidential race, Republican candidate Donald Trump has scheduled a rally for Sept. 28 in Waukesha. The Trump c...

 

Cirque du Soleil Varekai "Toruk: The First Flight" comes to Milwaukee this weekend and the Milwaukee Business Journal got a behind-the-scenes look at the highly-accalimed show on Thursday du...

 

Kohl's Corp. is opening six, smaller-format stores this fall, including two in Wisconsin. By the end of September, the Menomonee Falls-based department store chain will have new stores in Marshfield ...

 

Will St. Francis Hospital on Milwaukee?s south side be closed? What is the future of safety-net hospital St. Joseph on the city?s west side? I asked those questions and more of St. Louis-based Ascens...

 

The Dickman Co. is proposing a new industrial building in the OakView Business Park in Oak Creek, marking the third development to surface there. The building would have 133,056 square feet, accordin...

 

Milwaukee County airport director Izzy Bonilla told a Milwaukee Business Journal audience Friday that General Mitchell International Airport is looking to add a direct flight to Miami and is pushing t...

 
 

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