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According to reports in the Milwaukee Business Journal, Dell's firm had owned about 4 million shares of Journal in the first half of 2011 and then liquidated them.
DUECO President, Judie Taylor, was named a 2012 Woman of Influence in the Family Business category by the Milwaukee Business Journal.
In a recent interview with the Milwaukee Business Journal, Mr.
The new company was named Chameleon to represent the changing age in brewing," Jeff Hamilton, vp of Sprecher Brewing told the Milwaukee Business Journal.
Kelsey received a "Women of Influence" Award from The Milwaukee Business Journal in 2005.
In 2010, for the second consecutive year, Cassidy Turley Barry was the recipient of the First Place Deal of the Year Award from The Milwaukee Business Journal.
Belgium will be the headquarter s for the foreseeable future, but depending on how the integration with Anheuser-Busch goes, I could easily see it shifting to New York over a decade," she told the Milwaukee Business Journal.
In 2010, for the second consecutive year, Colliers Barry was the recipient of the First Place Deal of the Year Award from The Milwaukee Business Journal.