Author: WTN News

Pretexting was used to spy on Hewlett Packard's Board of Directors, with the result being the "Exxon Valdez" of the technology sector, writes columnist James Carlini. The recent corporate intrigue offers several lessons in business leadership, not the least of which is what happens when...

Tetsuro Wakatsuki and Ayla Annac founded InvivoSciences to provide a way to test drug candidates on living tissue - without the need for inefficient animal testing. The company now is gearing up to send its screening system into a $6 billion market....

The legal challenge to stem cell patents held by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation is nearing the point where the United States Patent and Trademark Office will decide whether to review the validity of the patents. A WARF spokesman expressed confidence that the patents would...

Since most effective search engine optimization (SEO) tactics require good information about keywords, marketers may want to employ a little cloudy vision, according to columnist Troy Janisch. The use of keyword density - the creation of a keyword cloud - can help boost your website's...

Irene Hrusovsky, CEO of EraGen, a Madison-based developer of diagnostic products, will deliver a presentation on the future of the company to attendees of the Mid-America VentureForum with the goal of increasing the company's visibility. ...

To keep his company's story fresh to potential investors, and to network with other companies in the same stage of development, Loren Peterson, president and CEO of ZyStor Therapeutics, will showcase ZyStor at this year's Mid-America VentureForum. ...

After filing its annual and quarterly reports, Merge Healthcare has received word that it will continue to be listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market. The medical software developer had earlier announced that improper financial reporting was due in part to the bypassing of internal accounting...

With China's pharmaceutical and biotech industries still in their formative stages, their American, European, and Japanese counterparts should make significant investments in both India and China. Why? To take advantage of a talented labor pool and create markets for their own products, according to columnist...