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2325 POSTS 0 COMMENTSMolly Dill is managing editor at BizTimes Milwaukee, where she also covers entrepreneurship and financial services. Dill joined BizTimes as a reporter in 2011, advancing to associate editor in 2013 and managing editor in 2015. Previously, she was a reporter for the Marshfield News-Herald in central Wisconsin. Dill holds a bachelor's in journalism from Marquette University. She lives in Wauwatosa with her husband, Jesse, and her dog, Tuck.
Pop-Up MKE, the public-private effort launched last year to fill vacant storefronts with temporary retail shops, is returning for a second year.
Madison startup Curate Solutions Inc. has completed a $1.65 million seed-plus round of funding, said co-founder and chief executive officer Taralinda Willis.The lead investor...
Scale Up Milwaukee is now accepting applications for its third cohort of SPARC, a training course for minority- and women-owned businesses in the Milwaukee area.
Madison ranked 25th and Milwaukee ranked 44th among the 50 largest U.S. and Canadian markets (by number of tech talent professionals) for their ability to attract and grow tech talent in a new report.
Insurance technology firm affiliates MRS Growth Co. and MRS Investor Group Co. have filed with the SEC to raise $4 million of investor funding.
Sussex-based Quad/Graphics Inc. has invested an undisclosed amount in a direct-to-consumer marketing startup called the dtx company.
Menomonee Falls-based Storage Battery Systems LLC will be combined with a Georgia and a Louisiana firm in a new private equity transaction.
The Milwaukee Common Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance regulating motorized scooters, and established the previously agreed upon Dockless Scooter Pilot Study to test them through Dec. 31.
Milwaukee-based venture philanthropy organization BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation Inc. announced it has invested $250,000 in three Wisconsin startups.
Fewer Wisconsin companies raised investor funding in 2018, but those that did raised more capital than ever before, according to the latest Wisconsin Portfolio report from the Wisconsin Technology Council.