Officials at a northwestern Wisconsin oil refinery knew about equipment issues years before a 2018 explosion there, according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration documents obtained by Wisconsin Public Radio.Read More »
Business leaders gather Thursday for the 2022 Women Developing Wisconsin Conference at Milwaukee School of Engineering. About 150 people attended the day-long event, which was meant to provide learning and networking opportunities for women in male-dominated industries. This year’s theme ...Read More »
More than 1,000 workers at CNH Industrial plants in Wisconsin and Iowa went on strike Monday in search of a better deal with the company that makes agriculture and construction equipment. The United Auto Workers union said the strike began at noon. This action follows a spate of strikes in the past year, including a high-profile monthlong strike at Deere & Co. that resulted in 10% raises and improved benefits for 10,000 UAW workers.
Tagged with: CNH IndustrialRead More »
Democratic Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Monday launched his first television ad buy of his reelection bid, a $3.5 million effort that marks an uptick in activity in the governor's race, coming on the heels of other large advertising buys by Republicans in recent weeks.
Tagged with: Gov. Tony EversRead More »