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Employee Benefits and Risk Management Solutions Provider OCI Appoints Two New Representatives to Its Sales Team

...nce in technology and communications with CareerBuilder.com, Sprint Nextel, cdw Select, and cdw Direct. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from Loras College i...
CDW in Biological News

AGU journal highlights -- Oct. 16, 2008

...tion in the Amundsen Sea. They find that influx of cdw is related to regional wind forcing, which can dri...to year. A modeled period of warming following low cdw influx in the late 1980s and early 1990s coincides...celeration of Pine Island Glacier, suggesting that cdw fluctuations may be driving the observed glaciolog...
CDW in Biological Technology

Berbee believes acquisition by CDW will make it a national IT player

Madison, Wis. - CDW Corp. , a $6 billion-a-year information technology product and services provider based in Vernon Hills, Ill., has agreed to acquire the stock of Madison-based Berbee Information Networks Corp. for $175 million in cash. The acquisition, which has been approved by the boa...

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 exe...

Anatomy of a deal: CDW and Berbee

Madison, Wis. - In Wisconsin, there is a growing belief that whenever a state company is acquired by an outside entity, the loss of local ownership inevitably harms the state's economy. But the recent acquisition of Madison's Berbee Information Networks Corp . by Illinois-based CDW Corp . has a...

Simple versus simple-minded

...ell never get all we can out of information technology until people dont need a users manual to be productive (as if anybody really reads them anyway cdw ads not withstanding). Why cant information technology be more like the old-land line telephone? Well, duh! Of course information technology should...

Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells

....5 million for the Biomedical Technology Alliance should be approved. Recent articles by Tom Still Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin - cdw or RedPrairie? Tom Still: Wisconsin students test well on ACT, but relatively few are ready for college rigors Tom Still: Going for the "B...

Candidates' sparring over jobs focuses debate on right issue

...etter. Recent articles by Tom Still Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin - cdw or RedPrairie? Tom Still: Wisconsin students test well on ACT, but relatively few are ready for college rigors Tom Still: Going for the "B...

State should keep open mind on nuclear power

...over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin - cdw or RedPrairie? Tom Still: Wisconsin students test well on ACT, but relatively few are ready for college rigors Tom Still: Going for the "B...

Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched

...over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin - cdw or RedPrairie? Tom Still: Wisconsin students test well on ACT, but relatively few are ready for college rigors Tom Still is president of t...

300 millionth American no cause for eco-alarm

...over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin - cdw or RedPrairie? Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council, and the former associate editor of the Wis consin State Journal in M...

CDW names VP to handle Berbee merger

... Madison, Wis. - cdw Corp. , the Illinois-based technology provider that recently acquired Berb...rbee CEO Paul Shain as an officer of both companies. Schuldt, who joined cdw in 1993 as an account manager and rose to vice president of corporate sales...
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