Entrepreneurs

The drive along the U.S. 36 corridor between Denver and Boulder offers stunning views of the mountains that make up Colorado's Front Range, as well as impressive perspectives on the state's economic growth. Technology companies in the life sciences, telecommunications, energy and aerospace have found a...

So-called "bridge financings" between rounds of venture capital financings often take the form of convertible debt with an “equity kicker,” usually in the form of warrants. Paul Jones steps us through the process of seed financing and the use of convertible debt with warrants...

Democratic state legislators plan to hold hearings, possibly as soon as next week, on a proposed $15 million economic growth package that would bulk up Wisconsin's angel investing tax credits, better connect businesses with university research, and include other measures to rebuild the state's economy. The...

In high school, computer programmer Tim McGowan enrolled in advanced-placement Latin. When it came time to study for the big exam, he was ready to admit that languages weren't his thing. Desperate for a more effective way to study, McGowan turned to his computer and...

Suddenly some explosively positive and futuristic pragmatic policies about the Internet and global e-commerce are creating amazing galaxies of business naming. With already 1.7 billion online users and 1 billion more on its way the new business naming capabilities befitting advance and intricate platforms of...

The NY Times reported today on how the concept of shared; low cost supercomputers are being paired with high performance computers from companies with strong Wisconsin Roots including as Cray and Silicon Graphics. The story revealed how users and developers of supercomputer users are using...