Author: WTN News

CHICAGO – Though results for third-quarter publicly traded biotech stocks continue to show strong growth, the rate of growth seems to be slowing down (or else the rest of the market is catching up). The Nasdaq Biotech index continues to lead with year-to-date sizzling growth of...

NEENAH – Tucked away in a basement at Menasha Advantage, a subsidiary of Neenah’s Menasha Corp., is a research center its staff affectionately calls “The Skunkworks.” There, a better cardboard box is being born....

Editor’s Note: We recently had the opportunity to discuss the role of technology in state government to deliver more efficient information technology based services - internally and externally for constituents. The Governor also commented on programs to help entrepreneurs with investment funding and health insurance....

What a difference a few years makes. In 1999, charities had raised only $7 million via the Internet, and almost $2 million of belonged to the American Red Cross. Last year, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, which now publishes a yearly tracking...

Madison, Wisconsin - It’s 4 p.m., and do you know where your 16-year-old daughter is? Sure, you say, she’s at home from school, doing her homework. You wish. Chances are she’s probably taking advantage of the time you’re at work to visit all sorts of...

Editor’s Note: John Byrnes Lets Get Serious Column that first appeared on The Wisconsin Technology Network on July 17, 2003 stimulated a great deal of mail with healthy debate and discussion among many members of our audience. Here is another look...

Wireless Innovations - Key to Reviving the Economy We're back from last week's DEMOmobile 2003, and the experience has only strengthened our belief that wireless and mobile innovations are key to reviving the overall economy....