Entrepreneurs

The Supreme Court decision in KSR International vs. Teleflex not only clarified the “obviousness” standard for patents, it sent a message about adhering to Supreme Court precedents, writes John Scheller, an attorney with Michael Best & Friedrich. In this guest column for WTN, Scheller says...

Logistics Health, a La Crosse provider of healthcare services to government and commercial organizations, has established Health & Productivity Management Optimization, a Web-based tool to help government and commercial employers manage compliance programs....

For those who would like alternatives to the 800-pound gorillas in the search-engine room, take heart. As Buzz Networks columnist Paul Gibler explains, there are endless alternatives to Google, MSN, Yahoo!, and AOL, and they have the capacity to boost your search engine...

Like the Olympic games, BIO 2007 in Boston truly is an international event, as about 25 percent of the attendees are from overseas, notes columnist Michael Rosen. In this edition of Yer Biotech Blues, Rosen points to participation from Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Japan, Korea,...

Mason Wells is spinning off its venture capital business, but the move hardly spells doom for Wisconsin's attempts to generate more venture capital. Mason Wells Venture Funds will be spun into Broadwell Ventures, which will be managed by Dan Broderick and focus on biotechnology, pharmaceutical,...

How does Wisconsin stack up to the nation's best biotechnology hubs? This week in Boston, the state will have plenty to thump its chest about at the annual Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) Convention, writes columnist Tom Still. In this edition of Inside Wisconsin, he...

The practice of software development isn't always as well defined as it could be, but there are effective methods that have been flying underneath the radar. Madison software developer Robert Merrill has a few ideas for software-intensive businesses, and he presents them in this informative...