Author: WTN News

Google recently set the blogosphere abuzz by announcing that it was pulling the plug on several products. The victims included Lively, a virtual world that was Google’s answer to Second Life; Dodgeball, a cellphone service aimed at young bar-hoppers who wanted to let their friends know...

There is a growing belief among engineers and security experts that Internet security and privacy has become so elusive that the only way to fix the problem is to start over, with a brand new Internet. Read full article>>...

Competition in today's job market is stiff, which is why positioning yourself as the strongest candidate is imperative in landing the interview - and the job. Candidates must maximize their marketability and implement strong positioning at the start of the job search and carry it...

Sometimes the only way to avoid media bias is to turn the channel or drop the subscription. There has been so much discussion about media bias and the lack of journalistic integrity in the last election coverage that people are turning to alternative news sources,...

WASHINGTON – Congress is expected to approve $19 billion toward health information technology, with $17 billion allotted to incentives and $2 billion to jump-start healthcare IT adoption, according to a Wednesday night draft of the stimulus package. The original House version of the bill designated $20...

Kaiser Permanente is notifying its 29,500 Northern California employees that their data may have been exposed in a breach, the company said on Friday. It is unknown exactly how many workers have been affected, but a handful of workers have reported identity fraud as a...

Strong Quarterly Revenue; Positive Cash Flow; Backlog of $176 Million MADISON - TomoTherapy Incorporated, producer of the Hi·Art® treatment system for advanced radiation therapy, today released financial results for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2008. Fourth Quarter Results The company reported fourth quarter 2008 revenue of $86.3...

MARSHFIELD, WI – The Marshfield Clinic will roll out new business intelligence software to boost operations not only in the business centers, but also to improve care with better data. The clinic employs 792 physicians in 80 medical specialties and subspecialties at more than 40 centers...