Entrepreneurs

Casting their lot with the Internet, two brothers who also happen to be avid fishermen have developed an online resource that could deliver consolidated information on fishing conditions and lake destinations in Wisconsin and beyond. ...

Despite what the purveyors of doom claim, Colorado's Taxpayer Bill of Rights, or TABOR, actually was very beneficial to that state's economy, according to Republican legislator Frank Lasee, author of Wisconsin's proposed TABOR amendment. In this Guest Column, Lasee responds to recent criticisms of the...

Genzyme Corp., the Boston-based biotechnology firm that purchased Bone Care International in 2005, is suing three former employees of Bone Care and their new company, Cytochroma, alleging the theft of BCI's trade secrets in the development of new products. The employees, which include former Bone...

Research & Development magazine has honored Imago Scientific Instruments with an R&D award for producing "one of the 100 most technologically significant products introduced into the marketplace over the past year."...

Are blogs really all they are cracked up to be, especially for business purposes? You better believe it, says Buzz Networks columnist Paul Gibler, who provides some useful tips on how your business can become an effective part of the "blogosphere."...

Advocates of greater regional economic cooperation in Dane County and beyond got a pep talk of sorts from Tom Clark, executive vice president of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. His message: if Denver, with its (past) history of regional feuding, can overcome the barriers...

The forthcoming "Extreme Entrepreneur Tour" of state colleges will feature a bus load of high-profile young entrepreneurs, and will attempt to raise awareness about the principles of entrepreneurial leadership. Tour luminaries will include Blake Ross, creator of the Web browser Mozilla Firefox, and noted "serial...