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Guild.com didn't start out as a dot-com. The art-dealer network Guild began in 1985 as a publishing company, supplying high-end sourcebooks for design professionals. Founder and CEO Toni Sikes expanded her distribution to the rapidly growing World Wide Web in 1998. The possibility of instantly...

Expetec opened 51 locations in the first half of this year, pushing the total to 200, and expects the year's total to be well past 100. Almost all franchise locations have proven successful. The success of Expetec is not by chance, but by design....

Cap off the warm season with a look at some of the fresh technologies you've wanted to get around to for months. Also, DEMOmobile demonstration applications are still available....

The U.S. Department of Defense has chosen a University of Wisconsin lab to create the electronic training programs that will underpin the federal government's attempts to curb modern slavery worldwide. UW's Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Lab will create online training modules for military and other...

TeraMEDICA announced an agreement Thursday with Capital Data, Inc., an independent provider of enterprise technology solutions and financial services, through which Capital Data will bundle TeraMEDICA's TI2m technology. Capital Data will bundle TeraMEDICA's TI2m archive solution into its own enterprise computing and storage solutions in...

Oh Lord, have mercy, otherwise, our produce will not be discovered and plenty will rot in oblivion. The scene opens. It’s Google’s day. The festivities are full-steam ahead, the skateboarding mathematicians are jumping in joy and have thrown away used hockey sticks while sipping champagne,...

MADISON — Insurance companies headquartered in Wisconsin are using the latest information technology to speed claims processing for disaster victims. These companies are quickly responding with wireless and Web services to process their portion of the $7.4 billion in losses caused by Hurricane Charley....