H.J. Res. 41 Signed By Trump Cancels An Obama Action

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (02/14/2017) – Current U.S. President Donald J. Trump chose Valentine’s Day to send a message to former president Barack Obama and Democrats. A Congressional Review Act bill signed by Trump today, effectively cancels out some of the Obama Administration actions prior to ending occupation of the White House. H.J. Res. 41 repeals Dodd-Frank regulations on the energy industry. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) says the regulations would have put American oil and natural gas companies at a disadvantage on the world stage. Ryan claims this will free up American entrepreneurs, creating jobs, and jump-starting our economy. The House continues […]

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Wisconsin Truckers Compete In Super Bowl of Safety

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (08/03/2016) – Eight, professional truckers from Wisconsin will compete, Aug. 10-13, when American Trucking Associations welcome more than 400 of the trucking industry’s top professional truck drivers. The 79th annual Super Bowl of Safety will be held in Indianapolis. The “Super Bowl” event is for the 2016 National Truck Driving Championships and National Step Van Championships.

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Packers Radio Sponsor Helps To Support Make-A-Wish

WISCONSINREPORT.COM [WiscReport.com] (02/05/2016) – A Plymouth, Wisconsin cheese company helps make the wishes of ill children come true by donating funds to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This is the fifth year the Sartori Company, producer of artisan and specialty cheeses for seven decades, is making contributions to the outstanding charitable organization. The donations to Make-A-Wish are made partially as a result of Sartori’s association with Packers Kicker Mason Crosby (feature photo). This past season, Sartori Company celebrated their 5-year anniversary with partners Mason Crosby and the Packers Radio Network. Through this partnership, Sartori pledged to donate $1,000 to Make-A-Wish Wisconsin for […]

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Business Cyber Security Set For Madison Summit

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (11/5/2015) – It used to be when a company was hacked, it was usually an issue for the IT department, but that is not the case today. Cyber crime is reported to cost businesses about $100 billion in the U.S. yearly. The average cost of a data breach for companies with 1,000 employees is estimated at $15.4 million, according to a study commissioned by IBM. This is an 82% increase from 2009. Some companies have reported losses in excess of $65 million.

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Central Wisconsin Firm CEO Entrepreneur Award Finalist

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (06/06/2015) – The CEO of Renaissance Learning has been named a finalist for an Entrepreneur of the Year award. Renaissance Learning is the K12 assessment and learning analytics company that started in a Central Wisconsin home and has grown into a major player. The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015 Award recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and success in business and their communities. Award winners will be announced at a special gala event on June 17 at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers in Chicago. The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year award highlights top executives from a variety of industries […]

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Wisconsin Assembly Sends Right To Work To Gov. Walker

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (03/06/2015) – After turning down Democrat amendments, the Republican controlled Wisconsin Assembly passed the controversial Right To Work bill today. The legislation provides for voluntary union membership, and does not change existing contracts until the contract ends. Senate Bill 44 allows the employee the freedom to choose whether or not to belong to a union.

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