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CHICAGO – Can it be that things are looking up in our Midwest tech economy? Headhunters are a little more optimistic this fall. Monster.com and HotJobs are a little more interesting. Hiring managers are still deluged with inquiries from job seekers but working harder to...

CHICAGO – Here is a joke my dad told me (actually, he told it to my 10-year-old daughter and she passed it on): Three guys were walking on a beach and they found a bottle with a cork in it. They opened it up and...

MADISON – Practical ideas for spurring capital investment are included in economic development plans released this week by Gov. Jim Doyle and state Senate Republicans, said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council....

Attracting a workforce for Wisconsin’s Knowledge Economy
MADISON – The bread and butter of Wisconsin’s economic growth will be getting the big things right: Finding enough investment capital to transfer our best technology to the marketplace, controlling taxes and regulation, maintaining a strong education...

On a pleasant June day in Fitchburg, Secretary of Commerce Cory Nettles talked about a “diverse portfolio” approach to economic development. His logic? Invest in Wisconsin’s economy as you would your personal investments: some moderate but time tested winners, some intermediate growers,...

WTN Exclusive Interview: Murali Iyer, Samyog Software Murali Iyer, founder of Samyog Software Limited, discusses with the Wisconsin Technology Network critical processes and methodologies for companies contemplating offshore outsourcing. Samyog designs and delivers Internet solutions - intranets, extranets, B2B e-business, B2C e-commerce,...

High-tech advancements can get techies into ballgame, too As the manufacturing sector struggles to recover from its two-year-long nightmare, recent or soon-to-be college grads may view a career in building things a bit gauche....