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Five years ago, it wasnt necessary to use terms such as entrepreneur, venture capital or knowledge worker when talking about the state economy. That was before the recession of 2000, the war on terror and other global trends fundamentally changed the Wisconsin landscape. Seemingly overnight, a state that had relied for decades on the strength of its big companies discovered it had a shortage of sm......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 01/10/05


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