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Wisconsins real-time economy kept pace with a globally paced clock in 2004 as the state became better known as a place where innovation, intellectual property and investment are welcome.

Dont pop the Champagne corks just yet: Wisconsin still has a long way to go before its economy is creating as many high-wage jobs as the state lost in the three-year manufacturing recession. The chasm bet......

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Resolved: Compete for federal homeland security dollars. Traditional R&D grants for Wisconsin universities and research centers are vital, but the budgetary hand-writing is on the wall. The federal government is spending less on merit-based g......

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Resolved: Attract more venture capital to Wisconsin. Major state institutions such as the State of Wisconsin Investment Board have signaled they may invest more in emerging tech sectors. Such a move will persuade other institutions to forge ahead and attract outside capital, as well.

Resolved: Help angel investors spread their wings. Angel investors account for ......

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