Author: WTN News

Last year, 53 million Americans had their personal information stolen. What's worse is that many of these people have no idea that their date of birth, social security number, or credit card information may have been compromised....

May 1 is International Workers' Day, a celebration elsewhere on the planet of the contributions to society and economy of the working class. And among the most successful Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are first- or second-generation immigrants....

A key lawmaker who often disagrees with Governor Jim Doyle on embryonic stem cell research said Wednesday that he saw nothing inappropriate about the governor's use of an executive order as an instrument to fund the recruiting of stem cell companies. Meanwhile, the executive order, signed...

Global trade has been around since the days of Marco Polo, if not well before. What's different today from the past is the immense scale, scope and dynamism of global business. The perceived opportunities are vast, but there are downsides as well....

Matt Miszewski doesn't look like a man on the hot seat, at least not in public. The man Gov. Jim Doyle hired to manage the State of Wisconsin's information technology consolidation gave a progress report on the troubled project, now the subject of a...

QBI Life Sciences today announced the release of a product that will allow drug researchers to better work with difficult-to-handle membrane proteins, and perhaps improve the cost effectiveness of drug discovery....