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A Wisconsin company is making beautiful music as a provider of downloadable sheet music. Musicnotes, Inc., reported a 45 percent increase in sales last year, and the New Year is off to an even stronger start. ...

GE Healthcare has introduced a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) product that helps clinicians assess damage to cartilage and increase the range of treatment options. The non-invasive imaging method was displayed at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons....

When it’s time to purchase software, how does a CIO avoid cursing the software vendor and wondering how he ended up with such an inflexible piece of junk? Guest columnist and IT strategy consultant Patrick Gray offers five tips to help your organization cut through...

Dr. William Yasnoff, founder of the eHealth Trust Initiative, says Wisconsin would be better off taking the $30 million proposed for the adoption of electronic health records and use the money to set up a central repository of individual medical records. The Wisconsin Health Information...

The transitions from Windows XP to Vista, and from cell phones to iPhones, are consistent with the cultural transition we've already made from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and beyond, according to Tech/Know columnist Troy Janisch. That great beyond will arrive when computers help us...

The face of small business will likely be radically different in the year 2017, according to a new report by Intuit, the business and financial management software developer. The report envisions a more diversified entrepreneurial class that is comprised of retired Baby Boomers and more...

A series of wireless communication initiatives and experiments are transferring customer loyalty to the small screen, writes Buzz Networks columnist Paul Gibler. As organizations review their business and marketing strategies, they need to figure out how wireless technology can shape the customer experience. ...

TomoTherapy has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering that would raise up to $201 million in capital. The Madison-based medical device manufacturer has applied for a listing on the NASDAQ Global Market. ...

Big Pharma has evolved into “Enormous Pharma” thanks to a six-stage deconstruction process of interconnected events, according to Yer Biotech Blues columnist Michael Rosen. Enormous Pharma will likely grow even larger as it is fed by global demographic trends and the need to conquer new...