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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still


After 15 years, business plan contest still helping young companies compete

The first Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest in 2004 ended in a tie — a statistical, down to the hundredths-place tie.

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Tech trends for 2018: It’s still all about people

In 2018, the pace of tech innovation will accelerate in areas where once-fanciful ideas are becoming integral to commerce, health, entertainment, security, learning, energy, manufacturing, and more.

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Holiday perks includes naughty and nice in Wisconsin politics

A source close to the toy industry has leaked a copy of Santa’s perks list for Wisconsin politicians and newsmakers.

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Net neutrality debate not as cut and dried as many believe

By any standard, the internet ranks as one of the leading innovations of our time. It has revolutionized everything from commerce to medicine to entertainment, all within the confines of a generation.

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How the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ can retool Wisconsin

All too often, American inventions don’t stay home to create companies and jobs. The late George H. Heilmeier has long represented just such a missed opportunity — and he’s now a symbol of why there’s hope for a techno-industrial renaissance.

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Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal.



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