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Two elected officials that have provided some thought leadership on economic development will deliver keynote addresses during the Wisconsin Biotechnology & Medical Device Association's annual conference. Senator Russ Feingold and Congressman Paul Ryan will deliver luncheon keynotes during the daylong event, set for Wednesday, Oct....

Finally, some good news about e-discovery requests. As Digital Lex columnist and attorney Mark Foley explains, a new rule pertaining to the inadvertent disclosure of materials subject to attorney-client privilege addresses some of the shortcomings of a previous rule. However, this does not absolve IT...

The current economic environment is difficult for most everyone, but it's particularly challenging for companies with financial issues. Nevertheless, the financially troubled Merge Healthcare says it anticipates a small quarterly net income for the most recent quarter of 2008. ...

It may sound like lunacy to view the current economic crisis as an opportunity, but columnist and innovation expert Tom Koulopoulos thinks it could well be a turning point if we learn the right lessons. In this edition of the Innovation Zone, he offers some...

“Software is too serious a matter to be entrusted to IT,” according to columnist Robert Merrill, as he paraphrases Georges Clemenceau, prime minister of France during World War I. In this WTN guest column, Merrill's advice to software-intensive businesses is that the benefits of software...

Madison, Wis. - Gov. Jim Doyle and the Wisconsin Office of Energy Independence today welcomed 12 new members into the Wisconsin Energy Independent Community Partnership. The communities have committed to helping Governor Doyle achieve energy independence in this state and working towards generating 25 percent of...