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Who's right about Wisconsin - CDW or RedPrairie?

Madison, Wis. - Two news stories in the past week have stirred debate about the future of Wisconsin's high-tech sector. Is the state competing in the global economy, as CDW Corp.'s acquisition of Berbee Information Networks Corp. suggests, or a low-talent, high-tax backwater, as RedPrairie executive John Jazwiec repeatedly insists?

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Full article >>> e business climate, taxes, or regulation. If he had complaints, he largely kept them to himself and focused on growing his company.

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RedPrairie executive Jazwiec is cut from a different silicon chip. He's missed few opportunities lately to complain about Wisconsin's lack of executive talent, its high taxes, and its "welfare mentality." Jazwiec has said RedPrair......

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Note to human resources departments everywhere: If you tell job prospects the place stinks, sooner or later, they will believe it and stop applying.

Wisconsin has most of what it takes to succeed in the global economy. It can produce companies that grow from an idea to an IPO. The state doesn't produce enough fast-growing companies, to be sure. But it has exc......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 09/20/06


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