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The Quigley Corporation Licenses Naturally Derived Compound For Scar Improvement; License Requires Payments Totaling $1.1 Million To The Quigley Corporation Over A Five Year Period For Exclusive Ownership

...e visual appearance of scars in a comparative study versus a category leading OTC national brand name scar cream. Dr Richard Rosenbloom MD, PhD, exec VP, and COO of Quigley Pharma stated: "It is gratifying to see one of our patented and positively tested formulations come closer to benefiting the c...
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GM Exec Joins Bio-Reaction Industries' Board of Directors

PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio-Reaction Industries is pleased to announce the addition of long time General Motors (GM) executive David Skiven as the newest member on their Board of Directors. With the energy and environmentally responsible innovations that Mr. Skiven oversaw du...

Canadian firm buys Proventiv Therapeutics, makes ex-Bone Care exec CEO

Madison, Wis . - In a merging of complementary companies, Cytochroma, Inc ., a Canadian firm seeking to commercialize new Vitamin D products, has acquired Proventiv Therapeutics, LLC, of Madison, and the combined company is looking for an additional $25 million in venture capital from Canadian an...

RedPrairie exec calls for 50 percent tax cut

Milwaukee, Wis. - Wisconsin can create a dynamic, creative economy in its largest city by dramatically cutting taxes and shedding its "welfare state" mentality, the leader of RedPrairie Corp. told a gathering of business executives. John Jazwiec, who earlier this year made headlines when he ...

Craigslist exec strives to keep the Internet neutral

Jim Buckmaster would not appear to have too many worries right now. As the CEO of Craigslist , the network of online communities that dominates classified advertising, he leads a company that continues to extend its service worldwide. And since the dismissal of a housing discrimination lawsuit f...

JT Packard exec resigns after settling copyright disputes

Madison, Wis. - Following a devastating legal rebuke, the chief executive of JT Packard has left the company he founded to pursue other business interests. Jeff Cason, who had served as president of the Verona-based provider of uninterruptible power supply services, resigned after settling t...

Former Fiserv exec to enter Business Hall of Fame

Brookfield, Wis . - Leslie Muma, who led the technology solutions firm Fiserv through one of its most prosperous periods, is one of four executives who will be inducted this month into the Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame. Muma, who was Fiserv's president and chief operating officer from 1984 ...

Hewlett-Packard exec offers innovative counsel

Madison, Wis. - When it comes to driving innovation, most businesses don't have large research and development labs to fall back on. Hewlett-Packard does, but that didn't prevent a visiting HP executive from offering advice to privately held companies. Kristin Pugh, who is HP's director of s...

Visions: IT exec says CIOs must be ready to help companies ramp up trade

Madison, Wis. - Chief technologists who heretofore have not had to worry much about helping their companies ramp up foreign trade may soon be asked to add another dimension to their business contributions - accommodating a larger presence in the global market. With Wisconsin increasing its ex...

Software exec Jan Eddy to receive "Seize the Day" award

Madison, Wis. - Jan Eddy, an entrepreneur who built and rebuilt technology-based companies in Wisconsin, is the winner of the 2007 Seize the Day award, which will be presented June 13 at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference in Milwaukee. Eddy, who has overcome business and personal health...

Visions: Chicago software exec Jason Fried breaks (almost) all the rules

Milwaukee, Wis . - He shares company secrets. He thinks business meetings can be toxic as well as costly. He believes in small, two-person project teams to improve the flow of communication, and he thinks employees must be given ample alone time to accommodate REM work. There is a method to Ja...

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