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The newly formed Assembly Speaker's Task Force on Information Technology Failures will meet July 16 for an overview of three troubled information technology projects in the Department of Workforce Development. The Task Force is comprised of public and private sector members. ...

To say that Jeanne Moreno inherited an information technology challenge when she joined Snap-on, Inc., is an understatement. Fortunately for Moreno, vice president and chief information officer for the Kenosha-based automotive tool maker, she was brought to Snap-On by a new, change-minded CEO, and she...

A Madison venture capital firm focused on the work of next-generation researchers and entrepreneurs has completed fund-raising for its newest early-stage investment fund. Venture Investors, LLC now has a total of $115 million to continue its support of companies that are spinning out of the...

With eDiscovery, the benefits of a written document retention policy and a formal review process are many, according to Michael Best & Friedrich attorney John Flanagan. In this third in a four-part series on e-discovery, a new mandate that companies are struggling with, Flanagan explains...

Everybody wants to hype the latest “discovery” made possible by stem-cell research, but columnist Tom Still states that these revelations must be accompanied by perspective. In this edition of Inside Wisconsin, he notes that stem-cell research offers hope that science will learn more until diagnostics,...

Ever wonder why so many people can't find good-paying jobs in IT and other fields? In this edition of Carlini's Comments, James Carlini charges that some American employers are selling out their country by shutting qualified Americans out of the hiring process in favor of...

After a rather lackluster first quarter, the overall stock market surged back in Q2, and life science stocks continued their torrid pace, according to columnist Michael Rosen. In this edition of Yer Biotech Blues, he chronicles who's hot, who's not so hot, and the prospects...