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Milwaukee, Wis. - In the first two years of the Governor's Business Plan Contest, the Grand Prize has gone to a young company on the cutting edge of its respective industry. This year's field of 27 finalists should produce a Grand Prize winner that continues the trend begun by start ups like Mithridion, Inc., the 2005 winner, and
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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/07/06


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