Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

October 2015


Exercising our bragging rights: Some reasons to feel good about Wisconsin

One of Wisconsin’s seemingly genetic traits as a state is its modesty about nearly all things, except the Green Bay Packers. People here don’t often brag to outsiders about themselves or even their friends and neighbors in Wisconsin.

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Hands-on programs show why investing in higher education is right for economy

Kyle Metzloff’s “laboratory” at the UW-Platteville is more accurately a foundry, a place where students majoring in industrial technology can learn the fiery secrets of metal-casting.

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Taking the long view on the Exact Sciences stock plunge

Let’s face it: If we knew precisely why stock markets surge up, down, and sideways at the drop of a hat, we would all be a lot richer.

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Shattering some of the myths about Wisconsin’s startup economy

All businesses must labor, to one degree or another, under a certain amount of mythology.

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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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