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By Jason Hiner In the midst of troubled economic times, the IT world marches on with a strong mandate to help businesses drive efficiency and cost savings. With that in mind, here is my list of predictions for the rising and falling IT trends of 2009. Read...

For the second consecutive year, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation will fund up to $500,000 in new catalyst grants at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The university's catalyst grant program, which has received support from the Bradley Foundation and from Rockwell Automation, provides seed funding...

Middleton's enetrix, Inc., a provider of online survey and e-commerce services to associations and societies nationwide, has been acquired along with Carlson-Dettmann Consulting by Gallup of Omaha, Neb. Gallup says it will retain all 21 affected employees and managers and perhaps add to both staffs....

Bailouts do not create customers, but they do guarantee the status quo for business (and government) organizations that should be making drastic changes, observes columnist James Carlini. In this edition of Carlini's Comments, he chides cable television's financial experts and expounds on the holiday sales...

By Steve Lohr Joseph Calderaro, 67, is one of health care's quiet success stories. Over the last four years, he has carefully managed his diabetes by lowering his blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol with diet, exercise and medication. To keep on track, Mr. Calderaro visits his...