Hyperloop, Epic, Wantable, & More: This Week’s Wisconsin Watchlist
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their legs, heads, and necks; one reason for this is that it means veterinarians don’t have to put horses under general anesthesia, which the animals sometimes do not come out of well, said David Ergun, CEO of Asto CT.
—Milo Savings plans to raise between $1 million and $2.5 million from investors in the coming months, according to a BizTimes Media report. The company, which is based in the Milwaukee area, is developing software that’s aimed at helping users save for college and other expenses. One of Milo Savings’ mechanisms for doing this is reportedly to round up every purchase a user makes with his or her debit card to the nearest dollar, and then put the difference into a separate savings account.