Back to school 2014

Editor's note: This “A Note from Bill” article, written by Bill Penzey, owner of Brookfield-based Penzeys Spices, appears in the newest Penzeys Spices catalog. More »

By Bill Penzey > September 2, 2014

Congress must reauthorize Ex-Im Bank

Every poll taken shows that the number one issue on the minds of voters is “jobs and the economy.” Why, then, is a federal program that has helped create thousands of Wisconsin jobs at hundreds of Wisconsin businesses and generated... More »

By Steve Baas > August 29, 2014

Missing in governor race: health cost budget buster

One of the major political footballs in this year's campaign for Wisconsin governor is how many people should be on the state's BadgerCare/Medicaid program. It is a legitimate issue, raised by the Obamacare offer of 100 percent coverage for three... More »

By John Torinus > August 28, 2014

Government plan hurts people with disabilities

Imagine a plan designed to help people with disabilities find jobs in the community that left 78 percent of these people worse off than they were before. More »

By David Ordan > August 27, 2014

In 2014, our reforms are still working

Editor's note: The following was written by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker as his official epilogue for the release of his the paperback version of his autobiography, “Unintimidated: A Governor's Story and a Nation's Challenge.” More »

By Scott Walker > August 26, 2014

I will miss working in Walker's Point

I'm not going to lie. This week, I have a very heavy heart. More »

By Mike Collins > August 25, 2014

New startup to drive collaboration, innovation among institutions

Close to 20 academic leaders from the region's institutions convened at Marquette University on Thursday afternoon to discuss the possibility of an innovation district in the region with greater collaboration among corporations and academics. More »

By Erica Breunlin > August 21, 2014

The answer is not guns, tanks or the National Guard

The chaos in Missouri makes all of us weep. Is there a solution? Yes. More »

By Richard Pieper > August 21, 2014

Wisconsin needs to pay it forward like Silicon Valley

Successful entrepreneurs in Wisconsin need to “pay it forward,” like they do in Silicon Valley. More »

By John Torinus > August 20, 2014

Wisconsin manufacturers are bullish

More than three-fourths of the manufacturing executives responding to The Paranet Group's Mid-Year Survey are forecasting increases in sales at their companies, amplifying several other recent indicators that the economic recovery is gaining steam. More »

By Steve Jagler > August 19, 2014

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