Paul Gores, The Des Moines Register

Paul Gores

The Des Moines Register

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Paul:

Cybercrooks are targeting retirement accounts — and unlike credit cards, there's no guarantee you'll get your money back

Cybercriminals have turned their attention to retirement funds, and savers should make hacking harder. → Read More

Wipfli acquires suburban Chicago accounting firm Klein Hall

The accounting and consulting firm Wipfli said Friday it has acquired the suburban Chicago-based firm Klein Hall. → Read More

Bank logo's giant letters installed at the top of downtown Milwaukee's new BMO Tower

A splash of red has been added to Milwaukee's skyline with the installation of the BMO sign and corporate logo high on the 25-story BMO Tower. → Read More

Goff's Collision Repair Centers being acquired by Texas-based Caliber Collision

Goff’s Collision Repair Centers, a family owned auto body business for 52 years, is being acquired by Texas-based Caliber Collision Centers. → Read More

Northwestern Mutual announces senior leadership changes

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. announced changes Wednesday to the company's senior leadership team. ial advisers who work with them. → Read More

More retirees and fewer young people set stage for workforce dilemma, Wisconsin Policy Forum report says

Wisconsin’s number of working-age men and women is decreasing while state’s youth population is shrinking, creating “an ominous picture” for the workforce. → Read More

Foxconn says Gov. Tony Evers visited one of its Generation 6 plants during a trade mission to Japan

Gov. Tony Evers toured a Foxconn plant that will have similarities to one being built in Mount Pleasant during a recent visit to Japan, Foxconn said. → Read More

Kohl's plans to hire 90,000 workers for the holiday shopping season, and will hire on the spot at Oct. 5 event

Kohl’s will host its first national hiring event on Oct. 5 at all stores and e-commerce fulfillment centers nationwide. → Read More

The average person in the U.S. has $29,800 in debt, according to a study by Northwestern Mutual

Survey says Americans have an average of $29,800 in personal debt — not counting their home mortgage — and 15% think they’ll be in debt as long as they live. → Read More

Niagra's Koller Industries facing $206,291 in OSHA penalties

A Niagra company accused by a federal regulator of continually exposing employees to machine hazards is facing penalties of $206,291. → Read More

Electric vehicle fair is set for Sept. 21 in Jackson

Electric car enthusiasts and auto dealers will be displaying more than 20 electric vehicles at a special fair Sept. 21 in Jackson. → Read More

Foxconn launches second year of "Smart Cities-Smart Futures" competition in Wisconsin

Foxconn Technology Group has launched the second year of a contest to come up with the best ideas for developing "smart" cities and systems in the state. → Read More

Northwestern Mutual Foundation provides $2.1 million in grants to support education in Milwaukee

The Northwestern Mutual Foundation is investing more than $2.1 million in grants to support education in Milwaukee. → Read More

Wisconsin banks post 5% profit increase in first half of 2019

Profits for Wisconsin banks rose 5% in the first half of 2019 as lending increased and loan delinquencies declined. → Read More

So long, Sears. WhirlyBall and Movie Tavern are about to debut at Brookfield Square

WhirlyBall and Movie Tavern by Marcus are replacing Sears at Brookfield Square. → Read More

Chicago’s First Midwest Bank is acquiring Milwaukee’s Park Bank for $195 million

Chicago’s First Midwest Bank is acquiring Milwaukee’s Park Bank, a lender that specializes in small businesses. → Read More

Midyear earnings at Wisconsin credit unions grow 2% from last year

Earnings grew 2% at Wisconsin's credit unions in the first half of 2019 as lending increased and loan delinquencies remained at historical lows. → Read More

Home building slowdown continues in metro Milwaukee, but size and price of homes increase

Permits to build single-family houses and duplexes dropped from July 2018 in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha counties. → Read More

Proposed Wisconsin law would require retail stores to accept cash

A rural Wisconsin legislator is pushing for a law that would force brick-and-mortar retailers to accept cash. → Read More

July metro Milwaukee home sales up 3.8%, but still down for 2019

July sales of existing homes rose 3.8% in metro Milwaukee, one of only two times so far in 2019 that monthly closings topped the previous year's total. → Read More