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Cities that initially got sold on Wireless Fidelity or "Wi-Fi" are finding out the hard way that they need more, much more, according to columnist and high-speed broadband proponent James Carlini. In this edition of Carlini's Comments, he buries municipal Wi-Fi as a huge disappointment...

In his continuing series on early-stage companies, columnist Joe Boucher has covered many of the financing means for new businesses. For many ventures, both new and established ones, real estate is the most expensive asset to finance, but in this edition of Early Stage, Boucher...

Sonic Foundry reported a net loss of $1.59 million, or 4 cents per diluted share, in the third quarter of fiscal 2007, but a more diverse revenue stream helped the Madison-based company jack up its quarterly revenues 31 percent, to $4.7 million....

With apologies to filmmaker Michael Moore, Wisconsin is no "Sicko" when it comes to quality healthcare, but there is always room for improvement, according to Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still. One case in point is a new and improved data-management and claims-processing system for Medicaid....

For several years, researchers have been working to develop a wide range of potential medical applications for RNA interference, which acts as a genetic "silencing switch." Until a new delivery platform was developed by Mirus Bio Corp., a Madison biotechnology company, there has been no...

State leaders believe Wisconsin is rich in biofuel potential, and they have provided a $39,000 grant to help Marquette University's Renewable Energy Research program advance the production of methane. Dr. Daniel Zitomer, leader researcher and associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Marquette, says...