Technology/Telecom

Christie Low used to be one of them: the (not so) few, the (usually) proud, the twentysomething Epic employees.
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The Milwaukee Institute, a nonprofit computational research center, will add to its computing offerings and facilitate more training courses with a $750,000 grant it has received from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
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Brookfield-based CC&N has promoted Jeff Van Domelen to president.
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The Milwaukee Institute, a nonprofit computational research center, will add to its computing offerings and facilitate more training courses with a $750,000 grant it has received from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
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Shares of Exact Sciences Corp. stock slid 7 percent on Tuesday after the Madison company announced a wider loss in its quarterly earnings report along with plans to sell more shares.
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Sam White may be only a few weeks out of high school but the Monona Grove graduate headed to UW-Whitewater this fall might be the most accomplished grocery shopper in his age bracket.
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Growth both in corporate and nonprofit organizations includes building a solid CRM (Customer Relationship Management). I recently faced this problem, and began thinking of what is actually required for a productive database.
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Time Warner Cable is looking to fill 35 full- and part-time customer service positions at its Appleton operations.
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Milwaukee-based ARI Network Services Inc. today announced that it has acquired Des Moines, Iowa-based Direct Communications Inc. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Bram Daelemans has been hired as director of the Wisconsin Angel Network, part of the statewide Wisconsin Technology Council.
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