Author: WTN News

CHICAGO – Early this year, the ongoing saga of the consolidating pharmaceutical industry began. For those of you who haven’t been following the news over the last two weeks, we’re talking about the “hostile” bid by French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi-Synthelabo to take over French-German pharmaceutical...

Franklin, Wis. -- OASYS, a leading developer of K-12 software solutions for special education and No Child Left Behind management, recently announced their online, ASP software that streamlines the process of individualized education programs (IEPs) and monitors the progress of children with disabilities. ...

Madison, Wis.-- In its first six months of operation, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Office of Corporate Relations has experienced business and community-related success. The office was established mid-2003 by Chancellor John Wiley, who charged it with serving the needs of the business community by creating...

Madison, Wis. -- Pulling an all-nighter has never been so profitable for a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison Business School students who won a venture capital (VC) competition Saturday. Chris Lang, Gail McGuire and Paul Pucci, all MBA students, secured the win from a panel...

It’s been open season on CEOs lately but when luminaries like management god Peter Drucker start taking aim at top managers you know something real and serious is taking place. Here’s what Herr Doctor Drucker had to say about today’s CEO in the January 12,...

According to the hyperboleers, there is a B-movie style, winner-take-all battle of the monsters going on between the New Economy and the Old Economy. In round one, the New Economy stomped around the New York Stock Exchange, thumping its chest and proclaiming the death of...

Madison, Wis.-- The world’s most common source of disease and infection is a mold called Aspergillus fumigatus. Fatal strains put transplant, leukemia and HIV/AIDS patients at serious risk. OpGen, a University of Wisconsin-Madison spinout, has created a whole genome map of this fungal pathogen that...

Madison, Wis. – The recent onslaught of e-mail viruses, overabundant spam and Internet security concerns has increased the need for computer user protection. In light of this, TDS Telecom and Norlight Telecommunications, both Wisconsin companies, recently began offering new computer security technologies to their customers....