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26 local companies emerge as winners from Madison Magazine's exclusive survey

26 local companies emerge as winners from Madison Magazine's exclusive survey

Governor pushes for tax cut plan in annual address

Walker also focuses on initiative to help disabled, funding for job training

Gov. Scott Walker made a case to legislators Wednesday night that the economy is improving and much of an anticipated surplus should be directed to tax cuts.

Walker to announce new jobs bills

7 bills to be introduced

Gov. Scott Walker will be announcing a package of seven bills aimed at boosting workforce development in the state, WISC-TV has learned.

Walker set to announce economic legislation

Wisconsin governor plans to announce package of economy-centric legislation

Gov. Scott Walker says he plans to introduce a package of legislation focusing on economic development next week.

Walker signs bill affecting WEDC contracts

Walker signs bill affecting contracts negotiated by economic development agency

Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that bans Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. employees and board members from negotiating contracts that might benefit them.

Walker signs bill affecting WEDC contracts

Walker signs bill affecting contracts negotiated by economic development agency

Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that bans Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. employees and board members from negotiating contracts that might benefit them.

Walker signs bill affecting WEDC contracts

Walker signs bill affecting contracts negotiated by economic development agency

Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that bans Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. employees and board members from negotiating contracts that might benefit them.

Wis. Revenue Department forecasts moderate growth

Wisconsin's Revenue Department forecasts moderate economic growth this year

The Wisconsin Department of Revenue is forecasting that the state's economy will grow at a moderate pace this year, with 31,000 jobs added by the end of the year.

Wis. Revenue Department forecasts moderate growth

Wisconsin's Revenue Department forecasts moderate economic growth this year

The Wisconsin Department of Revenue is forecasting that the state's economy will grow at a moderate pace this year, with 31,000 jobs added by the end of the year.

Wis. Revenue Department forecasts moderate growth

Wisconsin's Revenue Department forecasts moderate economic growth this year

The Wisconsin Department of Revenue is forecasting that the state's economy will grow at a moderate pace this year, with 31,000 jobs added by the end of the year.

Report: Canned sweet corn big business in Wis.

New report shows processed sweet corn contributes $130M, hundreds of jobs to Wisconsin economy

A new report from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater says growing and processing sweet corn contributes $130 million to the Wisconsin economy each year.

Report: Canned sweet corn big business in Wis.

New report shows processed sweet corn contributes $130M, hundreds of jobs to Wisconsin economy

A new report from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater says growing and processing sweet corn contributes $130 million to the Wisconsin economy each year.

Report: Canned sweet corn big business in Wis.

New report shows processed sweet corn contributes $130M, hundreds of jobs to Wisconsin economy

A new report from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater says growing and processing sweet corn contributes $130 million to the Wisconsin economy each year.

Study raises concerns about Wisconsin's economy

Report: State still reliant on papermaking, printing industries

A new study raises concerns about Wisconsin's long-term economy, in part because it relies too heavily on industries that are now facing a decline.

Last-minute shopping continues as 'cliff' nears

Lawmakers on holiday break with Dec. 31 deadline

Local shoppers continued to look for just the right gift at the last minute on Christmas Eve, even as the so-called "fiscal cliff" threatens to curtail consumer confidence in the new year.