Author: WTN News

A modest income tax cut is among the legislative measures contained in Invest 2.0, the second generation economic development package introduced by a group of lawmakers led by State Sen. Ted Kanavas, R-Brookfield....

Wisconsin continues to move forward in attracting venture capital, but the pace of progress is still slow, according to a recent venture capital report. Despite a growing tech industry, the state captured less than one percent of total venture dollars invested....

Although the alignment of business and IT is far from ideal, Tom Koulopoulos is encouraged by the improved working relationship between CEOs and CIOs in American business. In this WTN interview, the founder of the Delphi Group, a business consultancy in Boston, also reveals the...

University Research Park in Madison soon will add 50,000 square feet of “accelerator” office space to give start ups more room to grow. The Accelerator 2 facility will be designed for companies that have outgrown their incubator space, but still are not large enough to...

Cancer survivors like famed cyclist Lance Armstrong defy labels, according to guest columnist Ogan Gurel. Amstrong may have entered the cancer field on a bicycle, but Dr. Gurel believes he is joined by thousands who are using their own methods of dooming cancer to a...

In what is being described as a policy change that will promote the work of academic scientists, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has agreed to ease licensing requirements for human embryonic stem cell research. WARF, however, is rejecting calls to abandon its stem cell patents. ...

A Green Bay company is working to give customers a decided edge in the war on e-maladies like spam, viruses, and identity theft. MailFoundry has developed an anti-spam product to defeat newer threats and is seeking a patent for it. ...