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Andrew Weiland

Andrew Weiland
Andrew Weiland is the editor of BizTimes Milwaukee. He joined BizTimes in 2003, serving as managing editor and real estate reporter for 11 years. A University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, Weiland is a lifelong resident of the state. He lives in Muskego with his wife, Seng, and son, Zachary. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys coaching his son’s youth baseball and basketball teams.
Miller Park

Kenny Chesney to perform at Miller Park in April

Country music star Kenny Chesney will perform at Miller Park on Saturday, April 25, 2020, the Milwaukee Brewers announced today.
Jeff Peterson and Mark Becker, co-founders of Geneva Supply

Geneva Supply named fastest growing company of 2019 Future 50

Delavan-based Amazon strategy and fulfillment company Geneva Supply Inc. was named the fastest growing company of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce and its Council of Small Business Executives 2019 class of Future 50 companies.
Jim Mueller

Jim Mueller to receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Nonprofit Excellence Awards...

Jim Mueller, the founder, president and CEO of Pewaukee-based health benefits consulting firm Mueller QAAS will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual BizTimes Media Nonprofit Excellence Awards program, in recognition for his support of numerous Milwaukee area organizations.

GO Riteway Acquires Lazers Bus Service

Oak Creek-based GO Riteway Transportation Group announced that it has acquired Marshall, Wis.-based Lazers Bus Service.
Elm Grove home photo from Redfin.com

Elm Grove home sold for nearly $1.8 million

A 6,700-square-foot home on Hillside Road in Elm Grove has been sold for $1,785,000, according to state records.
Andrea Bukacek

Third generation acquires Bukacek Construction

A third generation of the Bukacek family has acquired Racine-based Bukacek Construction Group Inc., the company announced today.
Photo from Realtor.com

Geneva Lake home sold for $4.45 million

A 6,019-square-foot home on Geneva Lake has been sold for $4.45 million, according to state records.

Commentary: Century City finally gains momentum

When was the last time a company with more than 200 employees decided to move its headquarters from the suburbs to Milwaukee’s central city?...

BizTracker: Second quarter 2019

The Milwaukee-area manufacturing index for August was 47.29. For three of the past four months the index has been below 50, which indicates the...
University Club Tower

Cory and Michele Nettles buy condo at University Club Tower

Prominent Milwaukee business executives Cory Nettles and Michele Sapp-Nettles have purchased a condo at the University Club Tower in downtown Milwaukee, according to state records.

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