Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still


In a divided Washington, tech agenda looks for common ground

On the day after President Trump delivered his State of the Union speech to a sharply divided Congress, the mood in the House and Senate offices flanking the Capitol was one of uncertainty about what — if anything — could be accomplished in the coming session.

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Global trends and markets are behind Foxconn’s possible pivot

Two recent news stories, seemingly unrelated to the media fire drill over the Foxconn Technology Group project, help to explain why the company could significantly evolve its Wisconsin operations over time.

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It depends on where you stand: Opposing views of economic ‘glass’ both have merit

In his first State of the State speech since taking office, Gov. Tony Evers spoke of the Wisconsin economy as a glass he sees as half empty for many people.

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Catching up on some Wisconsin companies: Epic, Fiserv, and Exact Sciences

Jim Cramer, the perpetually energetic financial analyst for CNBC’s Mad Money, thinks it would be a natural for Apple to part with a chunk of its reported $123 billion in cash to buy Verona-based Epic Systems.

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Evers’ message to business group measured, but largely upbeat

Gov. Tony Evers is the first to admit that, after 40-plus years as an educator, he’s not going to be a leopard who changes his spots. He’s passionate about schools at all levels because that’s where he spent his career before running for governor.

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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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