Author: WTN News

MADISON, Wis. – The Chippewa Valley region is home to some of the world’s leading technologies used in the development and manufacturing of semiconductors to mass storage devices to supercomputers used by NASA and the federal government. The area’s companies have a...

CHICAGO – In a column last year, I commented on the growing generic pharmaceuticals business in the U.S. and around the world. Generic pharmaceuticals are not only big business but will continue to get even bigger....

Madison, Wis. – Madison’s high-tech economy has yet to hit its growth spurt… so what’s taking so long? According to local technology executives, Madison has what it takes to support a high-tech business community, but often ask, “Why isn’t Madison as successful as other regions?”...

WAUKESHA, Wis.- The Waukesha school district is launching an online distance-learning program as part of a national network of virtual high schools called iQ Academies....

Madison, Wis. -- Bruker AXS Inc., a provider of X-ray solutions for the life and materials sciences, announced Thursday that it has been selected to participate in the $22.2 million Cyttron “super microscope” project in the Netherlands. The project is half-funded by the Dutch government,...

Madison, Wis. - The first-prize winner in the Governor's Business Plan Contest will receive $50,000 from the Department of Commerce, according to a recent announcement by Secretary Cory Nettles....

Social networking is a tech bubble that I fear is about to burst. Months ago, venture investors and entrepreneurs jumped on the pump and began inflating the idea that there was money to be made by exploiting so-called six degrees of separation....