Author: WTN News

Beware of data center companies that don't want to show off their goods, opines columnist James Carlini. If they don't want to open their facilities to prospective customers, it begs the following questions: what are they hiding or what are they missing? Make sure you...

BEST BioDiesel has received the necessary permits to build an eight million gallon biodiesel plant in the southwestern Wisconsin community of Cashton. While soybean oil will be the primary raw material, the facility will be equipped to produce biodiesel fuel from a variety of feedstock....

Third Wave Technologies will receive $10.75 million in cash as part of a settlement with Stratagene Corp. The two companies, which also agreed to resolve future disputes through arbitration or licensing agreements, have been sparring over who has the right to commercialize certain molecular...

It's not a done deal yet, but a Georgia stem cell company is contemplating a move to Wisconsin. Aruna Biomedical, which was spun out of research developed at the University of Georgia, will move to Wisconsin if it can find additional backing from angel investors....

Until there is an effective antidote to spam, and as long as the Internet remains inexpensive to use and difficult to regulate, e-mail abuse and Internet fraud concerns will be commonplace, writes Tech/Know columnist Troy Janisch. To safeguard their reputations, Internet marketers must exercise caution,...

Tushaus Computer Services, a Milwaukee-based provider of information technology services, has acquired its second company in as many months. This time, the acquisition target is Bedrock Managed Services' Green Bay office. ...

With apologies to David Letterman, Yer Biotech Blues columnist Mike Rosen details the top 10 trends that made 2006 such a remarkable year in the “bio” sphere. His number one selection may bode well for the biofuels industry in Wisconsin and beyond....