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FITCHBURG, Wis. — Fitchburg Center, a green mixed-use development, is now home to a free wireless hotspot. A Wi-Fi antenna, which nearby Berbee Information Systems put up, provides wireless access to about 16 acres at the center of the business park, a restored prairie with...

Premiering this week, WTN's Tech Digest compiles new acquisitions, product announcements, purchases and other tidbits you might be interested to know about.

This week: Career site expands - Merge completes 32 health-care software installations - $200 million Oak Creek power plant vendor chosen -...

A few months back I wrote about the negative effects of what I call process ideology — the predominating belief that most problems in business can be solved by changing the way work activities, responsibilities and decision making are designed....

MADISON, Wis. — Scientists are turning on its head the popular notion that video games can only promote aggressive behavior or passive learning. The explosion of real-world learning applications for games may astound critics of the virtual world....

The recent growth in popularity of two personal communication innovations, instant messaging and cellular phones with cameras installed, has left employee handbooks outdated and presents potential liability for employers....

Today's hot topic is Google and the search-engine ranking of brand identities. All businesses, whether big or small, are trying to dominate the accessibility of their corporate identity, images and brand names, mostly via cyber mediums, fluid Web sites, new cyber branding and digital domain-name...

Yes, getting hired has something to do with packaging. But muzzling a candidate who wants to know about the job’s career potential? That's outrageous. No headhunter has the right to tell you not to find out everything you can about a potential employer....

The Japan External Trade Organization, or JETRO, will take 40 representatives from Midwest colleges and corporations to Japan this September 25 through October 1. They will attend biotechnology conferences, visit research centers and network with Japanese companies. Governor Jim Doyle, who just this March led a...