Social Security and tax identification numbers of more than 110,000 people and businesses who sold property in Wisconsin last year were inadvertently included on an annual sales report publically available on the Internet for three months, the state Department of Revenue said Tuesday.
Published: September 9, 2009
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Frito-Lay gets state money for expansion, Green Tier status Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle on Wednesday announced that the state will provide $2 million to Frito-Lay’s Beloit production facility to support a $28.5 million expansion and modernization project. Doyle also announced that Frito-Lay has been inducted into the state’s Green Tier Program, which was created in [...]