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In the unlikely event that CIOs thought e-discovery requirements would take some time to shake out, Wisconsin attorney Erik Phelps has some bad news. Not only is the volume of cases picking up dramatically, but case law is pinpointing corporate and management obligations in producing...

The demise of generally accepted accounting principles in the United States in favor of global accounting standards has accelerated and will challenge American businesses in more ways than Sarbanes Oxley, according to columnist and accountant Ron Kral. In this edition of Boardroom Perspectives, Kral advises...

Where have all the people gone that know what they are talking about, especially the apparently arcane subject of network infrastructure? The question is posed by columnist and cocktail party imbiber James Carlini, who challenges policy makers and others to take the network competency test...

Clinicians lack a non-invasive way to detect invading brain tumor cells, which is one of the reasons that brain tumors are such a death sentence. No organization understands this more than the National Cancer Institute, which has awarded the Medical College of Wisconsin a $333,300...

Is “Return of the Dotcom Bust” coming to a business theater near you? Columnist Brad Spirrison thinks the $15 billion valuation for Facebook could be a prelude to a second "dot-comedy," and he quotes several venture capitalists that view this level of valuation as an...