Author: WTN News

A dinner presentation about the medical home concept at a recent health care conference moved quickly into a wide-ranging discussion about all that ills the health care system. The session, led by Jim Adams, the executive director of IBM's Center for Healthcare Management, took...

Ben Hobbins didn't win the statewide Governor's Business Plan Contest in 2007, the year IronClad Soft Bait Brands competed with about 280 other entries. But like the patient fisherman he is, Hobbins refined his plan and kept casting his line in the water. In the June...

The recession, which has already caused payrolls to shrink by more than 5 million jobs, will make it extremely difficult for teenagers to find employment this summer. Based on recent trends, it’s possible for the first time since 1954 that fewer than 1 million 16-...

A pending U.S. Supreme Court decision could have broad impact on a wide range of technologies including business methods, software and biotechnology related processes. The court this week granted an appeal in the case of Bilski versus Doll, which could affect all existing and...

Clive N. Svendsen, a highly regarded stem cell researcher, has been named director of the new Cedars-Sinai Regenerative Medicine Institute, and will start his new position on Dec. 1, 2009. Currently a professor of neurology and anatomy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and joint leader of...

Is your enterprise business intelligence strategy stalled, with new business managers reluctant to get involved or users not adopting the BI tools? Assuming that you have the basics in place -- you established what the business wants to measure, you integrated the right data sources...

MADISON - Several events celebrating the accomplishments of women-owned businesses across Wisconsin will take place this month. From award ceremonies to competitions, business women across the state will be recognized and applauded for their achievements. “Women-owned businesses continue to play an important role in Wisconsin’s...