The temptation to buy the “designer imposter” is understandable. If you can pass off a counterfeit bag, or apparel, or other piece as a luxury-brand item, that’s the glory without the grief in the pocketbook, right?
Sustainable. That is a word that best describes the efforts of two Carthage College marketing majors.
Under the plan, $100 million would go toward a workforce innovation program that would offer up to $10 million in grants to at least 10 local and regional collaborations that develop initiatives to help employers and workers connect.
Ann Roe is the president of Downtown Janesville Inc.
Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday vetoed a GOP-authored bill that sought to eliminate Wisconsin's participation in enhanced federal unemployment benefits, which provide unemployed individuals with an extra $300 per week.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said in addition to eliminating enhanced benefits, the state also needs to "push a little harder to get people off the sidelines."
The Legislature’s GOP-led rules committee voted Wednesday to eliminate the state’s emergency rule waiving work search requirements in order to be eligible for unemployment benefits.
The Legislature’s GOP-led rules committee plans to vote Wednesday to eliminate the state's rule waiving work search requirements in order to be eligible for unemployment benefits.
The case could still be appealed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Arguments centered around whether business trade groups had the right to bring their lawsuit.
The state would no longer regulate wetlands or air pollutants except when required under federal law.
A plan to build a 65-acre business park on Highway C in Salem could receive a boost from a county revolving loan fund and a local business org…