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Gov. Walker announces state partnership with four minority chambers Wisconsin is partnering with four of its minority chambers of commerce for a significant new financial commitment, Gov. Scott Walker announced Thursday. Walker, in a speech at the Governors Conference on Minority Business Development Awards luncheon, anno
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I-94 north-south widening outside Foxconn site to launch in June Mainline work to rebuild and expand Interstate 94 between Milwaukee and Kenosha, including the interstate near Foxconn Technology Groups planned plant, is set to launch in summer 2018.
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GE Aviation to manufacture engine components in India GE Aviation, a division of General Electric Co. will do more business in India. GE Aviation inked a deal with Tata group, Indias leading global enterprise, to manufacture CFM International LEAP engine components in India, for the global supply chain. The
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Bombardier targets $1 billion in sales growth in 2018 Bombardier Inc. on Thursday said in association with its Investor Day event that it expects a revenue gain next year that will top its performance in 2017 by $1 billion. The company said in a press release that its setting its 2018 revenue guidance at bet
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Amid Toyota-Mazda talk, another automotive firm chooses N.C. over Mexico, Canada, Kentucky As economic developers try to sell Toyotas site selection team on North Carolina, another automotive manufacturer code-named Project Pewter by recruiters has quietly picked the state for an expansion.
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Louisville's biggest manufacturing stories of 2017 Manufacturing is one of Kentucky's biggest industries. According to the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, there are more than 4,500 manufacturing-related facilities in Kentucky and nearly a quarter of a million people working in the field. With t
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Stanley Black & Decker to bring 500 jobs to York County Stanley Black & Decker will build a new DeWalt hand tools plant in York County, bringing 500 jobs to the Fort Mill area. The Charlotte Business Journal reported in May that the toolmaker was eyeing northern York County for a huge tool plant as the company
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Alter Trading names new CEO, promotes Michael Goldstein When Jay Robinovitz joined Alter Trading in 2009 as chief officer of operations, the family-owned company was working on a succession plan to fill a gap between the fourth and fifth generations of family leadership.
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Domtar gives students, teachers books as early Christmas presents Domtar Corp. and others this week handed out some early Christmas presents to local teachers and students in the form of 40,000 books. And the teachers seemed to really appreciate it. This is great, Shyrese Johnson, a pre-kindergarten teacher at Windings
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Why global office furniture maker Ergotron is launching an e-commerce site The new direct-to-consumer platform can be a $5 million to $10 million annual contribution to the company.
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