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Wisconsin school districts will recover $12.5 million in Stifel settlement Stifel Financial Corp., its Stifel Nicolaus & Co. brokerage and former senior vice president David Noack, will pay $24.5 million in a civil case involving five school districts in Wisconsin and investments that regulators called unsuitably risky and compl
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Duluth Trading accelerating store openings in 2017, will relocate HQ Duluth Trading Co. opened seven new stores in 2016 and plans to open as many as 10 next year with a focus on its East Coast expansion. The company also is moving forward with plans to move its corporate headquarters from Belleville to the village of Mount
bizjournals.com | 3 hours, 57 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Get a up close look at Milwaukee's upgraded weather beacon: Slideshow If you were driving in downtown Milwaukee this week and saw a lot of people looking up, they were likely checking out the renovated weather beacon on top of the 20-story Milwaukee Gas Light Building. See the attached slideshow from Milwaukee Business Jour
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Where can the landlocked Milwaukee Regional Medical Center grow? Milwaukee Countys pending exit from running a mental health hospital likely will free up 85 acres of the most valuable real estate along the metro areas freeway system. The Wauwatosa site is centrally located and adjacent to the major crossroads of Inters
bizjournals.com | 20 hours, 52 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Quad/Graphics to upgrade New Jersey plant Quad/Graphics Inc. is making a major upgrade to its direct marketing production plant in Westampton, N.J. The Sussex-based commercial printer said it is making a multimillion-dollar investment to create what it called the East Coast Digital Print Supercen
bizjournals.com | 21 hours, 18 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Culver's passes 600-restaurant mark Wisconsin-based Culvers has hit a major milestone. The burger and custard chain recently eclipsed the 600-restaurant mark, the Prairie du Sac company said. Culvers topped the 600-restaurant benchmark on Dec. 5 with five restaurant openings in Florida, Geo
bizjournals.com | 21 hours, 54 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Kroger execs look to Wisconsin to accelerate growth Kroger Co. barely extended its same-store sales growth streak to 52 consecutive quarters when it posted third-quarter results last week, but its top executives made sure the company wasnt satisfied with that performance. And it turns out, the grocery gian
bizjournals.com | 22 hours, 24 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Summerfest's new U.S. Cellular stage to nearly triple its attendance capacity When completed, the new U.S. Cellular Connection Stage at the Henry Maier Festival Park will be among the largest stages on the grounds. Bob Babisch, entertainment director for Summerfest, said the stage will offer significantly more attendance capacity,
bizjournals.com | 22 hours, 44 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Future of BMO Harris' old building played big in Irgens' selection for new tower development Mark Irgens firm was selected over four or five competing offers to provide Milwaukee office space for BMO Harris, and he credited the willingness to rehab the companys existing downtown building for that win. Milwaukee-based Irgens in spring 2017 will bu
bizjournals.com | 23 hours, 48 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
BMO Harris' $137M office tower to be ready by late 2019; old building could become hotel, apartments BMO Harris and Milwaukee developer Irgens on Thursday said a $137 million, 25-story downtown building will be completed in late 2019. The project over several years will transform BMO Harris downtown property, which covers nearly a full block at 770 N. Wa
bizjournals.com | Dec 8, 2016 5:00 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend

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