Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

April 2016


Taking ownership of startup problem is first step to escaping cellar

Wisconsin has a business startup problem. Despite the buzz in Madison and a few other communities, there are far too many places in the state where entrepreneurship is still just a fancy word versus economic action.

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Story of Wisconsin boy’s life-saving diagnosis speaks to promise of basic research

As recently as a few months ago, prestigious scientific publications were still questioning whether the potential for personalized medicine — diagnoses and cures based on the sequencing of the human genome — was close to being met.

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Business Plan Contest finalists capture diversity of Wisconsin’s tech economy

By the time the annual Governor’s Business Plan Contest boils down to its final round after several months of judging and mentoring, some tough cuts have already produced a competitive crop of startup ideas.

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Don’t buy into primary campaign hype on Wisconsin’s economy

The secret to Donald Trump’s early success in the presidential campaign has been his ability to connect with voters who believe someone has already taken something from them … or soon will conspire to do so.

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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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