Last updated on January 7th, 2022 at 06:38 pm
Lauren Anderson, Andrew Weiland and Arthur Thomas of BizTimes Media get together to discuss the stories they will be following in 2022. In late December, Andrew wrote his annual list ranking the biggest local business stories of the year. The group looked to the list for stories that will continue to shape the southeastern Wisconsin economy in the coming year, including the continued challenges of COVID-19, growth of companies like Milwaukee Tool and Generac, ongoing workforce challenges, chances for Milwaukee to again land a national political convention and notable real estate projects to keep an eye on.
Insider Spotlight Stories:
- Wellpoint Care Network, formerly SaintA, plans to renovate northwest side campus, consolidate employees
- Developer buys Third Ward parking property as part of redevelopment of downtown Johnson Controls complex
- Brunswick Billiards to be acquired by Indiana sporting goods company
Other stories in this episode
- Viewpoints: The biggest local business stories of 2021
- ‘Situation growing more challenging by the day’ as COVID hospitalizations reach new high at Advocate Aurora
- Wisconsin population growth ranks 31st in 2021
- Report: Milwaukee makes RNC’s short list of contenders for 2024 convention
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