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AI program designed to assist with at-home medical care

RedFox AI co-founder and CEO Nick Myers wants to eliminate the stress and uncertainty associated with self-administered at-home medical care. 

CDIS director says tech education can help address workforce issues

The head of UW-Madison’s School of Computer, Data and Information Sciences says technology education can play a key role in addressing the...

Concert production company head says industry primed for ‘pretty epic 2022’

The head of a Madison-based concert production company says the industry is “primed for a pretty epic 2022” after a difficult few...

Evers looking to boost public health efforts to ensure state is ready for next...

-- Gov. Tony Evers says continued funding for local public health efforts is needed to ensure Wisconsin is prepared for the next...

Findley Foundation looking to expand into larger facility

The vice chair for the Findley Foundation Board says the Milwaukee organization wants to expand into a larger facility to boost capacity...

Health officials tracking ‘stealth omicron,’ though sequencing results are limited

State health officials are closely tracking the so-called “stealth omicron” sub-variant of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, but a lack of available data is...

Infosec acquired for $191M by Cengage Group

Cengage Group has acquired a Madison-based company called Infosec for $191 million after founder Jack Koziol launched it 18 years ago with...

PACE Equity looks to continue growth by targeting new markets

After tripling its revenue last year, a Milwaukee firm called PACE Equity aims to continue growing by gaining a foothold in areas...

Panelists say Legislature needs to clarify utility laws for EV charging expansion

Transportation and electric vehicle experts say federal dollars could go a long way toward making charging stations more accessible, but the Legislature...

PSC chair says 650,000 residents still lack broadband access

PSC Chair Rebecca Cameron Valcq says about 650,000 Wisconsin residents still lack access to broadband infrastructure and a similar number can't afford...

Report explores homeownership disparities in Wisconsin

Racial disparities in homeownership are larger in Wisconsin than nationwide and have worsened over the past decade, a recent Wisconsin Policy Forum...

State Director of Opioid Initiatives says efforts ‘creating positive change’

As Wisconsin is set to start receiving its share of national opioid settlement funds in April, state Director of Opioid Initiatives Paul...

State needs ‘to do more’ for female entrepreneurs and women-owned startups, WEDC head says

WEDC Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes says the state should do more to elevate female entrepreneurs and women-owned startups. 

UW System student health worker initiative gets funding boost

A UW System initiative will provide incentives to twice as many student health care workers with additional funding from the Wisconsin Partnership...

UW-Extension report highlights potential for housing bubble

A recent UW-Extension report highlights "rising concern" that another housing market bubble could be on the horizon. "While safeguards...

UW-Madison engineers create method for improving 3D metal printing

Engineers at UW-Madison have created a new method for improving the quality of 3D-printed metal products.  Additive manufacturing, commonly...

UW-Madison professor developing avian flu vaccine

As government officials investigate a case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Wisconsin, a UW-Madison professor is creating a vaccine to protect...

Virginia lawmaker seeking to add electric vehicle requirement to Oshkosh contract with USPS

A federal lawmaker from Virginia is leading an effort to prohibit the United States Postal Service from proceeding with a truck contract...

WBA warns of credit unions acquiring banks, while credit union group dismisses concerns

The Wisconsin Bankers Association is warning of a "concerning trend" of bank acquisitions by credit unions, but the head of the Wisconsin...

WHA calls for health departments to take on more pandemic efforts with reimbursement ending

With federal reimbursement ending for hospitals providing COVID-19-related care to thousands of uninsured, the Wisconsin Hospital Association argues public health departments will...

WisBusiness: the Podcast with Beau Engman, founder and president of PACE Equity

This week’s episode of "WisBusiness: the Podcast" is with Beau Engman, founder and president of Milwaukee’s PACE Equity.  This...

WisBusiness: the Podcast with Nick Myers, co-founder and CEO of RedFox AI

This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: the Podcast” is with Nick Myers, co-founder and CEO of Madison-based RedFox AI.  After...

Wisconsin cheeses faring well in international contest

Wisconsin is faring well so far in this year’s World Championship Cheese Contest, which brings in thousands of product entries and dozens...

WMC survey finds support for boosting K-12 funding for STEM

A recent survey of business leaders in Wisconsin found strong support for increasing K-12 funding for STEM fields, as well as industrial...

Workforce initiative aims to support military members, address labor shortage

The head of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce says a new workforce initiative will help address the state’s labor shortage while...
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