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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still


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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Midwest millennials, Badgers, and veterans: Targeting Wisconsin’s hunt for workers

It’s no secret that Wisconsin is a secret when it comes to most things other than cheese, farms, and the Green Bay Packers.

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100 years young, Wisconsin state Capitol still timeless

It often feels like I’m drawn to Capitol buildings. Growing up in Alexandria, Va., I lived a few miles from the majestic U.S. Capitol and all it symbolized for the nation.

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Wisconsin’s Foxconn deal part of a much bigger shift in global economy

Those who dwell on the fine print in the state of Wisconsin’s $3 billion contract with Foxconn Technology Group run the risk of missing the screaming headlines of global change.

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Government rollbacks aside, renewable energy here to stay

Whether it’s the Trump administration order to scrap the federal Clean Power Plan or legislation to jettison renewable energy goals for Wisconsin state agencies, it seems like a grim time for advocates of wind, solar, and other clean energy technologies.

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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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