Paul Gores, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Paul Gores

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • Daily Herald Media
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • St. Cloud Times
  • Indianapolis Star
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • SheboyganPress Media

Recent articles by Paul:

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

Metro Milwaukee builders are constructing fewer but bigger and pricier houses

Builders in the metro Milwaukee area are putting up fewer but bigger and more expensive homes — a trend that appears unlikely to change in the near future. → Read More

Accounting firm Wipfli acquires Chicago area's Patke & Associates

The accounting and consulting firm Wipfli said Thursday it has acquired Patke & Associates, expanding its presence in the Chicago area. → Read More

Associated Banc-Corp is acquiring an Illinois bank for $76.3 million

Associated Banc-Corp said Thursday it plans to buy The First National Bank in Staunton for $76.3 million. Staunton is between St. Louis and Springfield. → Read More

May home sales inched up in metro Milwaukee, but prices jumped

May sales of existing homes rose 0.7%, marking the first time this year that monthly home sales in metro Milwaukee topped sales in the same month in 2018. → Read More

Northwestern Mutual's John Schlifske pushing to improve Milwaukee

Northwestern Mutual's John Schlifske is being honored by the Harvard Business School Club of Wisconsin as Wisconsin Business Leader of the Year. → Read More

Associated Bank says delay on automatic deposits and withdrawals is resolved

A problem that was delaying automatic deposits and withdrawals for some Associated Bank customers has been fixed, the bank said Thursday. → Read More