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Merge Healthcare says it continues to “weather the storm” caused by the current process of restating financial reports from 2004 to 2006, according to CEO Ken Rardin. Based on the revised numbers, Merge expects to report a decrease in previously reported revenues for 2004, 2005,...

The UW-Madison School of Business has received a gift totaling $80 million from alumni who have formed the Wisconsin Naming Partnership to support the school's mission. The group has provided a naming gift that will preserve the Wisconsin name for at least 20 years, during...

Has John Jazwiec's outspoken nature finally caught up with him? The controversial Jazwiec denies his resignation from RedPrairie Corp. has anything to do with a recent controversy over an alleged home invasion, but he's heading back to the Chicago area after having been replaced as...

Not many of us think about technology as being egalitarian, but WTN columnist Tom Koulopoulos does. In this edition of the Innovation Zone, and just in time to start thinking about holiday philanthropy, he touts Nicholas Negroponte's “One Laptop per Child” initiative because he believes...

Pavilion Technologies software products will be integrated into Rockwell Automation's factory automation suite following its acquisition by the Milwaukee-based firm. Pavilion's management team and employees also will become part of Rockwell's software segment. ...

Recognizing that it's a simple matter of economic survival, some rural communities are moving faster than larger suburbs in trying to plan and build new network infrastructure, notes columnist James Carlini. In this edition of Carlini's Comments, he said the result could be that rural...

TrafficCast International, a Madison-based provider of digital traffic data, has sold one of its travel applications to the Business Contingency Group, a leader in disaster recovery and emergency management planning services. The software will serve the Business Contingency Group's emergency operation and management centers. ...

By Nov. 1, Marshall & Ilsley Corp. and Metavante Corp. will become two separate, publicly traded entities. M&I shareholders recently voted to split off their company from Metavatne, a banking and payment technologies firm that has been a wholly owned subsidiary. ...