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To identify the top 10 highest-paid executives in charge of IT, CIO.com combed through the proxy statements filed by Fortune 55 companies with the SEC. Proxy statements, which are distributed yearly to shareholders when their votes are needed to elect new board members or to...

While most technology industry executives hold a dim view of current state economic conditions, 45 percent of those responding to the first WisBusiness.com Tech Leaders Survey said the Wisconsin economy will improve during the next year and nearly three-quarters of the executives rated the overall...

A total of 69.7 million households, representing four out of five households with Internet access, now use online banking services, primarily to access balance and account history and transfer money between accounts. In addition, 64.4 million households pay at least one bill online, either at...

At the annual BIO International Conference, this year held in Atlanta, the global accounting firm of Ernst & Young normally rolls out its annual report on the biotech industry in a special session. This report, known as “Beyond Borders: Ernst & Young Global Biotechnology Report...

The Obama administration this week will outline what the nation’s doctors and hospitals must do to qualify for billions of dollars in government support to adopt electronic patient records. The most closely watched part of the announcement will be further definition of what the economic...

CIOs in recent survey continue to throttle back their budgets and reduce spending on new IT projects. But they do see some light coming next year. Plenty has changed over the last nine months - bankrupt auto makers, government bailouts, a financial crisis, a Wall Street...

The House just passed a controversial SBIR reauthorization bill with the usual shenanigans by Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D-NY). As in last year's reauthorization debacle, Ms Velazquez completely stifled any testimony contrary to her preferences. The major point of contention is whether to allow companies that...

AT&T hit back at Sen. Herb Kohl Wednesday, denying that the wireless industry is anti-competitive and again insisting that its exclusivity arrangement with Apple for the iPhone has paved the way for other innovative smartphones, not served as a hindrance. "The popularity of the iPhone and...