Category: Luxury Vehicles

7 Important Things No One Tells You About Buying a Car

If you look up car buying on the internet, you’ll instantly get bombarded with ads and articles claiming all sorts of great deals and wisdom. Most of this is either obvious information that everyone already knows or marketing material to get you to use a service.

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Are Luxury Vehicles Worth The Price?

Did you used to dream of owning a luxury car as a kid? If so, you definitely weren’t alone.

Luxury cars have long been a symbol of prestige, especially in the United States. If you were too young to drive one, you played with diecast micro luxury cars or watched shows like Cadillacs and Dinosaurs that made you want a luxury vehicle even more. But as an adult, is there anything to gain from spending top dollar on your vehicle as well?

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Milwaukee Business News

Astronautics sells electromechanical indicator unit for $27 million
Astronautics Corporation of America sold its electromechanical indicator product line for $27 million in cash to Extant Aerospace.
Wisconsin Center looks at contingency plans for cost increases on $421M expansion
As supply-chain costs mount, the Wisconsin Center District is looking at a few contingency plans to its $421 million convention center expansion.
Wantable Cafe partnering with Colectivo, expanding free-for-employees menu
Subscription clothing box company Wantable Inc., which has a cafe in its Milwaukee headquarters that's free for employees and open to the public, is bringing the cafe operations in-house and expanding the menu as a strategy for retaining and attracting talent.
Kohl's disappointing results lead to mixed signals on possible buyout
The backlash was swift against Kohl’s Corp. after the retailer reported disappointing revenue and earnings Thursday with analysts issuing predictions that either the company’s poor performance would repel takeover bids or that the current cheap stock price might attract a suitor.
RRF, Covid-19 grant bill sponsor on Senate defeat: ‘This was our best shot.’
Will there be another effort for more Covid-19 relief funding? Here's a closer look at the future of small-business funding efforts.
Wisconsin Center District ahead of 2022 budget, sees growth in bookings
The Wisconsin Center District sees continued increases in its events across sports, entertainment and bookings and conventions.
Keller Williams finishes Whitefish Bay office remodel after buying building for $2.2M
Amid a chaotic housing market, Keller Williams Realty Milwaukee has expanded and renovated its Whitefish Bay office and is welcoming agents back to the space at 205 E. Silver Spring Drive.​
McDonald's meets fine dining at 3rd Street Market Hall event for Sharp Literacy: Slideshow
Several hundred Milwaukee-area business executives got a little fine dining with a McDonald's flair Thursday evening at an event at the 3rd Street Market Hall in downtown Milwaukee to raise money for Sharp Literacy Inc. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos from the fun event, which featured eight well-known Milwaukee chefs putting their own twist on some of the fast-food chain's most popular items.
Soccer stadium, concert hall, hotel envisioned for new development near Marquette University
Marquette University will sell 11 acres in downtown Milwaukee to Kacmarcik Enterprises and Bear Development to transform into a sports and entertainment district with a professional soccer stadium, concert venue and other uses. Find out the details.
Milwaukee Health Department reissues mask advisory
The Milwaukee Health Department has reissued a mask advisory for the city as Milwaukee County has moved into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's high level of Covid-19 community spread as of May 19.
Former St. Mary's convent renovated into a duplex is listed at $1.75M: Slideshow
A historic Milwaukee home that formerly was a Catholic convent has been converted into a side-by-side duplex that's now on the market for $1.75 million. Get a look inside the more than 7,000 square foot home.
Largest Milwaukee-area construction firms
The List features firms with locations in the seven-county Milwaukee area and is ranked by dollar volume of work from those local offices in 2021.
Creating The Avenue from the Grand Avenue: A Q&A with Josh Krsnak
Josh Krsnak spoke with editor-in-chief Mark Kass about that $150 million redevelopment, and upcoming plans for another $40 million in investments in the surrounding area during the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Real Estate Awards event. Read about the challenges he had in redeveloping the mall and what he has planned.
Bradley Center site makes sense for music venue
It was disappointing to see Frank Productions reveal May 13 that it was dropping a proposal for a $40 million music venue on a site near Summerfest and was seeking another location in Milwaukee. But it may work out for the best.
Stadium Freeway transformation could benefit city
On May 5th, I was proud to join Secretary Craig Thomson of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley to announce a study to look into the reimagining of the northern stretch of State Highway 175, the Stadium North limited access roadway.

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