Commentary

Big Pharma continues to face substantial sales and profit declines, with drugs losing patent protection, and there is a new twist on how Big Pharma will manage the loss of patent exclusivity. But pharma's stocks are still healthier than those of its biotech cousins....

From blogs to wikis, Web 2.0 concepts could be adopted as part of your business strategy. But as Paul Gibler explains in this debut Buzz Networks column, you've got to keep track of them in order to explore all the possibilities....

The next state budget and the ensuing legislative session will be a watershed for Wisconsin. The building blocks have been put in place to move the Wisconsin economy in the right direction; we cannot afford to stop now....

A paper we recently reviewed published on the MIT Workplace Center website titled suggests that personal lives continue to take a pounding at the hands of ever more demanding careers and jobs. The problem is global and getting worse....

For their part, consumers love music and the artists who create it. The vast majority will buy and trade music to discover new talent, and when they find a band they like, they're usually willing to support the artist. If only the system really worked...

A generation ago, then-Gov. Lee Dreyfus made a few waves when he suggested that Wisconsin and other Great Lakes states should become "the blue-eyed Arabs of the Upper Midwest" by selling fresh water to the nation's fast-growing Sunbelt. Well, the issue of water as an...