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Does Apple Computers need Epic Systems?

CNBC’s Jim Cramer believes Apple Computers must buy the Verona-based Epic Systems to shed its "so-yesterday" image in the investment community. Stranger things have happened, but Cramer seems to think the “Empire that Jobs Built” needs Epic to prove to investors that it can operate in a different space (health care and electronic medical records) and that it’s not the dinosaur some investors appear to think. A report in the Wisconsin State Journal outlines Cramer’s thought process on this corporate matchmaking. So, does Apple need Epic? Better put, does Epic need Apple? Perhaps only Epic founder Judy Faulkner knows for sure, but she has expressed an interest in maintaining the company’s privately held status.

Promega expansion gets $1.5M from WEDC

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. will provide Promega Corp. with up to $1.5 million in tax credits over three years to support the construction of a new research and development facility on its Fitchburg campus.

Business Plan Contest accepting online entries

The 16th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest will accept online entries, including student entries, for the 2019 competition until 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31.

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Putting your data in context

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Bert Barabas, founder of MIOsoft, a Madison-based software company with a global footprint. MIOsoft's context technology automatically discovers what data is relevant and what data is related. The contextualized data is complete, comprehensive, and ready for analytics and applications. Its latest venture is Barrage, which provides insightful real-time analytics and alerting for IoT (Internet of Things) data. Clients can also use Barrage to store data for historical examination and analysis — and do real-time analytics at the same time. Visit www.MIOsoft.com.

Fetching a great deal

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Grant Schroll, head of innovation and strategy for Madison-based Fetch Rewards, makers of a grocery shopping smartphone app.

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