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Peter Drucker died on November 11 at the age of 95. With his passing the world has lost one of our greatest thinkers. Drucker was a rare breed – a researcher and management advisor who believed in the human and societal responsibilities of business yet...

InvestMidwest Venture Capital Forum has issued an open call for companies interested in presenting their business plans before venture capitalists, corporate and private investors, and investment bankers, at their upcoming gathering April 5-6 in St. Louis....

Cedara Software, a Merge Healthcare developer of medical software technologies, announced a strategic partnership with Ft. Lauderdale-based dental imaging company, i-Dent Imaging Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, Cedara will be an exclusive global channel for i-Dent's dental implant technology....

The City of Madison has been awarded the top ranking for a mid-size city in the Center for Digital Government's 2005 Digital Cities Survey, an annual review of how city governments are utilizing information technology. The annual survey is conducted by the Center for Digital...

Matt Miszewski, Wisconsin's CIO, admits that the State of Wisconsin's web site has some distance to cover before it compares with the user-friendly offerings of other states. Miszewski says the portal needs to be replaced. ...

Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) will receive a $500,000 grant from the Department of Commerce to establish a $5.5 million nanotechnology incubator on their Gateway Manufacturing Technology Center in Eau Claire. Nanotechnology is the study and design of systems at the scale of the atom....

Pundits and marketers have been hyping “any time, anywhere” computing for years, but a popular perception remains that if you are starting a technology company, “anywhere” needs to be spittin’ distance to one of the nation’s technology centers: Silicon Valley, Seattle or Boston. You might...