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Hilary Dickinson
Hilary Dickinson, former BizTimes Milwaukee reporter.

Raising the ‘barre’ on exercise

Heather Shannon has run many half marathons. Doing a 50-minute barre workout is just as difficult, she said. The media relations supervisor at Milwaukee-based Cramer-Krasselt...

On a musical note

By day, Scott Lewis works as the IT director for Menomonee Falls-based Cousins Submarines Inc. But in his spare time, he orchestrates, arranges and...

Napping rooms, healthy selfies part of new company wellness initiatives

From healthy selfies and a gratitude wall to healthy vending machines and even napping rooms, companies of all types are providing new and unique...

Asenzya transforms itself with new name, broader offerings

Asenzya Inc. 7616 S. Sixth St., Oak Creek Industry: Food solutions Employees: 130 to 150 www.asenzya.com Asenzya Inc., an Oak Creek-based manufacturer of custom seasonings, flavors and functional products,...

Companies expand wellness outreach to employees’ families

For many companies in the southeastern Wisconsin area, encouraging health and wellness extends beyond just their employees. Whether it is a flu shot, lunch and...

FaB announces first Center of Excellence tenant, puts food maker school...

FaB secured East Troy-based Contract Comestibles as its first tenant for the proposed Center of Excellence. It also put its MATC food maker school on hold.

Waukesha manufacturer lays off 60

MetalTek International eliminates 13% of its workforce.
GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare, NBA seek proposals for tendinopathy research

Collaboration to research the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.

Reich Tool & Design stays innovative after 50 years

Reich Tool & Design Inc. W175 N5750 Technology Drive, Menomonee Falls Industry: Die making and contract machining Employees: 63 www.reichtool.com Reich Tool & Design Inc. recently celebrated its 50th...
Kohler alternator assembly

Kohler strike continues today

More than 2,100 Kohler union members went on strike Sunday. Picketing continued Monday while the union waits for talks to resume.

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