Author: WTN News

Casting their lot with the Internet, two brothers who also happen to be avid fishermen have developed an online resource that could deliver consolidated information on fishing conditions and lake destinations in Wisconsin and beyond. ...

With a package of workforce advancement training grants set aside for the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, northern Wisconsin companies will be able to provide their workers with additional technical training....

Despite what the purveyors of doom claim, Colorado's Taxpayer Bill of Rights, or TABOR, actually was very beneficial to that state's economy, according to Republican legislator Frank Lasee, author of Wisconsin's proposed TABOR amendment. In this Guest Column, Lasee responds to recent criticisms of the...

First, Mark Green suggests a tax holiday for back-to-school supplies. Then Gov. Jim Doyle suspends enforcement of the state's minimum markup law for ethanol purchases. Green, however, fell short of suggesting the total elimination of the minimum markup law, a move that is likely to...

Rexnord Corp., a manufacturer of motion technology products for the aersospace, construction, and energy industries, will begin to slash its debt after reporting a quarterly loss of $2.8 million....

Genzyme Corp., the Boston-based biotechnology firm that purchased Bone Care International in 2005, is suing three former employees of Bone Care and their new company, Cytochroma, alleging the theft of BCI's trade secrets in the development of new products. The employees, which include former Bone...

An Appleton software company has developed a new product to better evaluate healthcare access, claiming that old methods relied on assumptions of population density and misclassified a stunning 94 million Americans living in urban areas. That figure represents nearly one-third of the American population, which...