Author: WTN News

Very quietly, the world of video conferencing took huge strides last week. In fact, the technology has moved remarkably close to being the stuff mere mortals might use in everyday communications....

One key differentiating factor in Midwest biotech is the growing presence of a cadre of talented women executives. I identified an initial group in my April 7 column. Since then, I have noticed even more women who make up the fabric of our biotech community....

Wisconsin has a world-class university, an emerging biotech industry, a well-educated work force and citizens who are proud of their state. Wisconsin also has a $3.2 billion budget deficit and a per capita income almost $1,000 under the national average. We also...

High-growth technology companies add octane to the Wisconsin economy and promise challenging, rewarding and well-paying careers that can help us retain and attract the best and brightest. Wisconsin is an innovative state with many research-intensive companies and institutions, such as the UW-Madison,...

CHICAGO – There are lots of concerns by companies today to start reviewing the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and its effects on the IT area. Is the act a healthy antidote for devastated market faith? Adjunct Northwestern professor James Carlini explores in this week's edition of Carlini’s...

Wealthy individuals who make high-risk, potentially high-yield investments to early stage companies typically do Angel financings. Emphasis is placed on enterprises with rapid growth potential. Many angel investors also offer their business expertise by participating in the management, operation, and marketing of...