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Former Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin John D. Wiley and serial entrepreneur Eric Apfelbach join the StudyBlue, an online academic network available to students and teachers at both high schools and colleges, Board of Directors. These additions to the StudyBlue team will help grow...

“Now that the government is a major owner in GM, what would you like to see changed at the company?” questions James Carlini. Last December, he said that they should have let the market take its course and let GM go into bankruptcy back then. Nothing is...

Governor Jim Doyle announced that Integrated Genomics, Inc. will receive a total $250,000 from the Technology Venture Fund. They will be relocating their laboratory and commercial operations to Madison from Chicago. They estimate that up to 18 new positions will be created....

Bing search engine is snazzy and provides user-friendly links. Google is to search what Kleenex is to tissues. Even if you're in the habit of using another search engine like Yahoo to look up something online, you probably say you "Googled" it because everyone...

While it's true that Apple has significantly grown its share of the desktop operating system market since the release of Windows Vista in November 2006, the company's market share remains below 10 percent, and it actually dropped in Q1 2009, according to Gartner's Worldwide PC...

The worldwide recession has hammered IT budgets but has also prompted vendors to make their software pricing and licensing models more customer-friendly, according to a new Forrester Research report. Forrester's report looked at how 12 enterprise software vendors' pricing and licensing strategies changed in the fourth...

The Justice Department has launched an investigation into whether some of the nation's largest technology companies violated antitrust laws by negotiating the recruiting and hiring of one another's employees, according to two sources with knowledge of the review. The review, which is said to be in...

The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to decide what sorts of business methods might be patented, an issue with the potential to reshape significant parts of the economy. “This is the most important patent case in 50 years, in particular because there is so much damage...

I know I'm going to regret this. Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., a well-known outplacement consultancy, recently distributed a press release reporting the results of a survey of HR executives they conducted. The results were interesting enough that I'm making an exception to my policy of ignoring...