Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still


Most indicators for state economy pointing up, but work remains

A collection of headlines in recent weeks spoke to the overall health of Wisconsin’s economy, even if other indicators demonstrate not everything is rosy — even in boom times.

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As trade war escalates, China emerges as the primary target

The news reports are disturbingly frequent: People with ties to China are being accused of stealing proprietary technology from American companies and universities.

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How I spent my summer vacation: Talking about research

At a time of the year when many college students are holding down a summer job or simply hanging out, about 120 University of Wisconsin System students gathered in Kenosha in late July to talk about their research projects.

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Early computer science education vital to continued growth

When representatives of North America’s state and provincial technology associations gathered last week in Iowa, the conversations ranged from analyzing data to building partnerships to speculation on when Big Tech’s balloon might lose some air.

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Court decision on collecting online taxes could hurt entrepreneurs

For many state and local governments, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. may seem like a revenue windfall.

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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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