Author: WTN News

Think you know SaaS? There are a few things about the fast-evolving, on-demand software model that might surprise you. For starters, SaaS is becoming more flexible and more customizable than ever before. And while IT is usually stuck ironing out messy integration issues, this time...

Times are tough in the biotechnology sector. So tough that some companies are looking for ways out. The problem is, the most feasible way to do so is to find a buyer, and few companies large enough to make acquisitions are willing to shell out that...

Recession Pushes Some to Eschew Flexible Job Policies With the recession forcing businesses to cut back on workers, employees are increasingly doing all they can to hang onto their jobs and are forgoing many of the benefits that once allowed them to balance the demands of...

Finance is not comedy, and when it becomes that, the last laugh is on you. When Comedy Central starts sounding more authoritative than CNBC in its sobering observations about how the market got messed up, it's time to change out some of the "talent" and...

Ten years ago, Marc Benioff was a visionary, seeing vast potential in selling business software as a service over the Web. Today, he’s just another executive selling so-called cloud computing, the bandwagon du jour in the technology industry. Mr. Benioff, the animated chief executive of Salesforce.com, helped...

Laid off. Downsized. Words that are heard often these days. That you would devote a significant amount of your time to finding another job is a given. But even the most aggressive job hunt won't take all your waking hours. There are only so many...

Wisconsin officials say unemployment across our state has reached nearly nine percent. That's up from 7.7% in January and nearly four percent higher than a year ago. In light of those alarming numbers, we sat down with Madison's new Economic Director Tim Cooley to get an...

Wisconsin Energy Corp. CEO Gale Klappa told CNBC’s Jim Cramer this afternoon that he believes it will be another 10 to 12 years before technology to capture carbon from old coal-fired power plants will be available on a widespread scale. Cramer invited Klappa on his "Mad...

As the US newspaper industry’s future is gripped by uncertainty with the 150-year-old Rocky Mountain News publishing its final print edition on February 27th and the 146-year-old Seattle Post-Intelligencer closing its print edition Monday, the Northern California Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)...