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Forbes highlights Wisconsin biotech, names Madison #1 business city

MADISON - Madison, Wisconsin was ranked the number-one city in the United States for business and careers by Forbes magazine, followed by Raleigh-Durham and Austin, in the publications' sixth annual ranking of 318 metropolitan areas.

In 2003, the city ranked 5th and was selected this year as the......

Full article >>> Hotbed of Biocapitalism. The story featured some of Madisons best and brightest including David C. Schwartz, founder of OpGen, stem cell researcher Jamie Thomson, and Hector DeLuca. Forbes' Midwest Bureau Chief, Mark Tatge wrote, This hotbed of radicalism has grown into a seedbed of biocapitalism, propelling the region to the number one slot of our Best Places for Business and Careers.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 05/06/04


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