Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday signed into law a bill that will provide $25 million to startup companies in Wisconsin, a move that won broad bipartisan legislative support and backing from the state's business community.
State lawmakers on Tuesday approved legislation that would invest millions of dollars in public and private money in Wisconsin startups despite criticism that the investment targets only limited industries.
Gov. Scott Walker's troubled job-creating agency would be relieved of its duties in overseeing a venture capital fund for Wisconsin startups under an amended proposal a bipartisan group of lawmakers put forward Wednesday.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker is endorsing an outline of a plan to increase by $100 million the amount of venture capital available to startup companies in Wisconsin. Walker announced the framework on Friday and said he was ...