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Labels have meaning, particularly when entrepreneurs are making the key decisions of whether and when to add their first employees. In Part I of their look at the considerations involved with classifying workers as employees or independent contractors, Early Stage columnist Joe Boucher and legal...

Yet another prominent executive has issued a wake-up call for Milwaukee to get its educational act together so that its residents can compete in the emerging knowledge economy. This time, notes Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still, it's Northwestern Mutual Life's Ed Zore that is trying...

Verizon Wireless has become the latest vendor to introduce faster broadband service in Wisconsin. With the new service, Verizon said customers in Greater Milwaukee and Madison and the Fox Valley should be able to upload files five to six times faster. ...

“We can now declare with certainty that technology has become pervasive,” says John Swainson, president and CEO of CA, Inc., and managing information technology risks associated with that pervasiveness is imperative for IT leaders. If they fail to deal with the quantum leaps in scale...

Despite the sparse attendance at a recent Midwestern biotechnology conference, columnist Michael Rosen believes there is room for a major bioscience cluster here. In this edition of Yer Biotech Blues, he examines the key ingredients necessary to have a successful world-class bioscience cluster in the...

How important is the CEO-CIO relationship to the mission of today's business organizations? WTN interviewed CA's John Swainson and the Delphi Group's Tom Koulopoulos, two keynoters in our annual CEO-CIO Fusion Symposium, and they confirmed that the relationship is more important than ever - a...

Journal Communications has completed its sale of Norlight Telecommunications to Q-Comm Corp. for $185 million. The sale, which is subject to federal and state regulatory approvals, could close in four to six months....

Organizers call them “unconferences,” but don't let that amusing nickname for technology BarCamps fool you. There is still plenty of technology talk, and there are two opportunities for Wisconsin technologists to engage in it - the forthcoming BarCamp Madison, and this summer's national BarCamp USA...