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New York - Manufacturing jobs are being lost by the world's top economies at an accelerated pace, but the decline is not solely the result of outsourcing to developing nations, says a Conference Board study.

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Companies add 288,000 jobs

Washington - Employers added 288,000 jobs to their payrolls in April as the nation's unemployment rate slipped to 5.6 percent, reinforcing hopes for a sustained turnaround in the jobs market that had lagged for so long.

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Milwaukee area indicators positive

The economic trend in the metro area remains positive, with the majority of<@SM>indicators tracked by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce pointing upward. Fourteen of 23 indicators improved vs. year-ago levels in March, according to a month

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Report: Brewers $133 million in red

Madison - The Milwaukee Brewers were $133 million in debt at the end of 2003, but their revenues have increased more than 71 percent since the opening of taxpayer-financed Miller Park, according to a pair of reviews of the teams' finances released Thursda

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