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Economic development in rural Wisconsin: Whats working?
(May 15, 2015) If you want to understand just how misleading the unemployment rate can be as an economic indicator, take a look...
Software developer day for disability apps puts UW-Stout in strong company
(May 11, 2015) After AT&T and New York University held the first hack-a-thon to come up with technologies to help people with disabilities,...
Building Downtown Wisconsin: Exact Sciences plan right for times
(May 8, 2015) There was a time when Madisons nickname, and a well-deserved one, was The city that cant put two bricks together.
Great Lakes angel investors are putting their money where the deals are
(May 1, 2015) Andy Shrago, the co-manager of Wisconsin Investment Partners, wasnt too surprised by the news that angel investors in the five...
Patent directors visit to Wisconsin underscores value of innovation economy
(April 17, 2015) When computer scientist Michelle Lee joined Google as its first head of patent strategy, the company held a few dozen...
Managing state or regional brands is hard to get right and keep right
(April 3, 2015) Brands are finicky things. If you dont believe so, ask the red-faced politicians in Indiana.
Just when the Hoosier state should...
American Family helping set standard for big company role in emerging economy
(March 27, 2015) From the outside, American Family Insurance might strike observers as a buttoned-down, old-line company operating in a traditional business market.
Keeping the pipeline filled with engineers essential for Wisconsin business
(March 19, 2015) If you want to know why engineering appears once again on the rise as a career choice, just check...
Portals for doing business abroad are wide open for Wisconsin companies
(March 13, 2015) Neil Karolek, the gregarious yet all-business president of TLX Technologies in Pewaukee, is blunt when he talks about his companys...
Cities that try to block shared economy risk missing an innovation trend
(March 6, 2015) Companies that capitalize on making more efficient use of people and their possessions are changing some traditional business models.