Author: WTN News

Bill Hendee, dean of the Medical College of Wisconsin graduate school since 1995, will retire at the end of this month to devote more time to a scientific journal he edits, and to a national initiative to teach doctors more about the underlying science of...

Does John Jazwiec have as much to complain about as Darwin Smith, the former Kimberly-Clark CEO who disparaged Wisconsin's business climate back in the 1980s? Jazwiec, the RedPrairie software leader, has sparked another debate by hinting of the company's desire to leave Wisconsin....

With the announcement of a $1 million grant, researchers outside of UW-Madison will be encouraged to develop their own technology ideas. Some at schools like UW-Milwaukee, UW-La Crosse, and UW-Oshkosh already have....

A generation ago, then-Gov. Lee Dreyfus made a few waves when he suggested that Wisconsin and other Great Lakes states should become "the blue-eyed Arabs of the Upper Midwest" by selling fresh water to the nation's fast-growing Sunbelt. Well, the issue of water as an...

In last week's article, I mentioned that the medical device market probably broke the $200 billion sales revenue mark last year. In fact, the market research firm Health Research International reports that 2005 medical device sales topped $220 billion and included 4 market segments....

Following its latest round of angel financing, aOva Technologies, a maker of egg protein products, plans to use $3 million in new funds to drive agricultural sales. But moving up in the pecking order may require upwards of 40,000 egg-producing hens....

For their part, consumers love music and the artists who create it. The vast majority will buy and trade music to discover new talent, and when they find a band they like, they're usually willing to support the artist. If only the system really worked...