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Viewpoints: Bank meltdowns show need for more in-state options for startups

Silicon Valley Bank claimed to have worked with about half of the nation’s venture-backed startup companies. It was more like a few dozen in...

Viewpoints: Laid off by Big Tech? There are tech job openings...

If you’re one of 10,000 Microsoft workers slated for layoff soon, there’s very little solace in being told it’s part of a “Big Tech”...

Viewpoints: A public-private model, Badger Fund of Funds is performing for...

Nearly a quarter of the Wisconsin legislators sworn into office this month are new to the Senate or Assembly this session. Compared to just...

Viewpoints: Burst of Wisconsin early-stage financing in 2021 has many roots

There’s no single reason why early stage financing in Wisconsin soared to new heights in 2021.

Viewpoints: Despite Intel rejection, southeastern Wisconsin remains fertile ground for tech...

Intel’s decision to build two semiconductor factories northeast of Columbus, Ohio, was disappointing news for Racine County and southeast Wisconsin in the short run but perhaps reassuring for the region in the longer term.

Viewpoints: Illinois tech initiative should be wake-up call to Wisconsin

Two hundred miles south of the Wisconsin border on the University of Illinois campus, a $200-million initiative announced Oct. 19 offered ample evidence that our neighbors are gearing up to compete for an infusion of federal science and technology money.

Viewpoints: To compel worker vaccinations, or not

The mandatory shot scenario has resurfaced among private companies due to the spread of the Delta variant; stubborn vaccine hesitancy in parts of the country and Wisconsin; and fear of exposing all workers, their families, customers and vendors to COVID-19.

Viewpoints: Some glitzier cities get ink, but Madison, Milwaukee gaining tech...

A wave of economic and workforce transition is on its way. Wisconsin can choose to ride the crest or watch as it passes by.

Viewpoint: Is there a patient in the house? Hospitals eager to...

This may sound counter-intuitive given the state is still dealing with the largest pandemic in a century, but Wisconsin hospitals aren’t all that busy.

Viewpoints: UW computing efforts take step forward

Erickson’s hire signals that UW-Madison is embracing its larger statewide role and understands how computer science, data and information can help to transform the Wisconsin economy.

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