Author: WTN News

The expensive task of e-discovery in litigation just got more prohibitive thanks to the recent ruling of a U.S. Magistrate Judge on electronic keyword searches. In this is first installment of a new legal column called Digital Lex, attorney Mark Foley looks at the ramifications...

Human resources departments are important, but enough already with the “HR speak,” opines workplace columnist Melanie Holmes. In this edition of Contemporary Working, she notes that effective communication is important in the office, and sometimes HR and the rest of the business are separated by...

NovaShield, a Madison-based malware detection start up, has secured a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to tailor its detection software to fight a new generation of cyber threats. Formerly known as Securitas, the company will use its latest grant to help PC owners...

New Horizons Un-Limited, a non-profit organization that promotes computer literacy and other empowering skills among people with lifelong physical disabilities, is looking for additional corporate support. As a non-profit 501 C 3 organization, the Internal Revenue Service frowns on New Horizons seeking funds from foundations,...

Nothing stokes the fire quite like a labor dispute, but WTN columnist James Carlini did not have to labor much to generate a response to his recent column on the controversial H-1B program. In this follow up edition of Carlini's Comments, he shares some of...

In a transaction that is expected to close in the second quarter of 2008, the Milwaukee-based Rockwell Automation has acquired the European sensor supplier CEDES AG, headquartered in Landquart, Switzerland. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. ...

Applications are due March 21 for community-based and private non-profit organizations interested in grants of up to $75,000 to support venture capital development conferences. The conferences are meant to provide regional and statewide benefits to Wisconsin entrepreneurs and businesses. ...