Commentary

On March 12th in an OpEd piece for the Wall Street Journal titled “Obama's $80 Billion Exaggeration”, respected physicians and authors Jerome Groopman, MD and Pamela Hartzband, MD questioned President Obama's claim that electronic medical records would save $80 billion annually in healthcare costs while...

More often than not, when discussing employment opportunities in today's troubled economic times, the focus is primarily on the rising unemployment rates - forecast to hit 8 percent in Wisconsin later this year - and declines in job openings across the board. For IT, however,...

While on a R&R trip I had the opportunity to attend Saturday's third round of CA Championship and watch as Tiger Woods played an awesome round after falling behind after a less usual Wood's performance in rounds one and two. Woods has just resumed golfing...

Sverre Roang follows up his look at a limited liability start-up by considering the "old standby" corporation and its two forms. It is critical to work with your legal and tax advisors when deciding which entity to use. The ultimate decision will be...

Was money spent on the automobile industry just flushed down the toilet? The U.S. automobile industry (and our economy) would have been a lot better off if Congress just let the big automobile companies declare bankruptcy in 2008 and restructure. That’s now what they probably...