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- WPR: Pandemic Inflation Trends Put Wisconsin Businesses, Consumers Under Pressure
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- Wisconsin State Journal: Digital divide: Health, education, prosperity depend on high-speed internet
- WPR: With Vaccinations Rising In Wisconsin, Are Small Businesses Preparing To Ramp Back Up?
- Midwest Farm Report Radio Network: Midwest Farm Report
- WPR: DWD Hopes To Start Paying New $300 Unemployment Supplement In `Next Few Weeks’
- WPR: `Erasure of 40 Years Of Progress’: How the Pandemic is Affecting Working Women in Wisconsin
- Wisconsin State Journal: Workforce equality could take step back as mothers balance work and child care
- WPR: Unemployment Rates Drop In All 72 Counties In Wisconsin
- WPR: As They Reopen, Small Retailers Grapple With New Expenses, Uncertainty
- WPR: Then & Now: The Economic Fallout Of The 1918 Flu Epidemic And The Novel Coronavirus
- Spectrum News 1: Optimistic 2020 outlook for farmers after rough 2019
- Country Today: Food processing, entrepreneurship opportunities predicted in 2020
- Reuters: Factory woes grip swing states that flipped for Trump in 2016
- WPR: Is Wisconsin’s Economy Competitive?
- Wisconsin State Journal: Tom Still: Rural economic challenges call for mix of solutions
- WPR: The Link Between Childcare and Wisconsin’s Economy
- Kenosha News: UW-Extension: Kenosha Startup Week
- The Isthmus: Start Me Up
- Country Today: State’s rural-urban divide runs deep
- WPR: Study Finds Entrepreneurship Is Stronger In Rural Areas
- Wisconsin Public Radio: New Study Looks at Jobs And Economic Growth in Wisconsin
- Journal Sentinel: State Economy Faces Trouble, UW Researchers Say
- The Isthmus: What Would Tommy Do?
- Journal Sentinel: State continues to lag in venture capital
- Wisconsin Public Radio: Where are Wisconsin’s New Jobs Coming From?
- The Cap Times: Plain Talk: With big money talking, startups don’t get their due
- The Badger Herald: Students join booming UW startup scene, talk about small businesses’ roles in Wisconsin Economy
- Urban Milwaukee: State is Biased Against Newer Businesses
- Journal Sentinel: Start-up companies are fueling new jobs in Wisconsin
- The Cap Times: UW study: Startups driving job growth, but policies favor big business
- Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin lags in growth of women-owned businesses
- Wisconsin Public Radio: Where are Wisconsin’s Women Business Leaders?
- Milwaukee Business Journal: UW study: women-owned businesses provide growth opportunity for Wisconsin