Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

May 2015


Uncertain about mission of state economic agency? It’s called competition

During a debate over what to do next about Wisconsin’s lead economic development agency, a Republican member of the Legislature’s budget-writing committee took an openly skeptical stance.

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Economic development in rural Wisconsin: What’s working?

If you want to understand just how misleading the unemployment rate can be as an economic indicator, take a look at rural Wisconsin.

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Software ‘developer day’ for disability apps puts UW-Stout in strong company

After AT&T and New York University held the first hack-a-thon to come up with technologies to help people with disabilities, the call went out for other likely campus hosts for the software-based Connect Ability Challenge.

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Exact Sciences plan is right for the times

There was a time when Madison’s nickname, and a well-deserved one, was “The city that can’t put two bricks together.”

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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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