Author: WTN News

You pay to get in, you pay to park your car and then you spend the evening talking to all the service providers in town. But it’s essential for corporate insiders to get out to these events...

In an underground bunker that brushes up against a Wisconsin barnyard on one side, and a cornfield on the other, a team of scientists, using a molten ball of metal, is replicating the same magnetic field-generating dynamo that exists at the core of the Earth....

Get your current corporate names analyzed for global acceptability, get your teams into play for new educational tools on how to create, capture and cultivate global icons, make plans for introductions of new global name identities and start building icons. Solid gold that is....

Madison, Wis. — Mark Cook, a tenured animal sciences professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, had seen his patents get licensed out to several businesses, only to sit on the shelves. After being approached by interested entrepreneurs, he decided to take a direct hand...

Madison, Wis. — To model something as big as the weather, the University of Wisconsin's Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies needed a bigger computer. The institute has begun testing its weather forecast data using the Altix 3700 supercomputer offered by Silicon Graphics Inc....

Has your company ever rejected a job candidate with an impeccable resume and impressive performance track record because their workplace values and behaviors clashed with those of your organization? Has your company ever fired a high performing executive because they burned through the people who...

The 2005-2007 Legislature, which convenes this week, has a chance to be remembered for doing public good. It is emerging from an era when election-based scandal rocked its reputation for clean politics. Its leaders aren’t allergic to working together, and the challenges confronting Wisconsin...