Judy Faulkner gave a rare public address at Cap Times Idea Fest to mark Epic's 40th anniversary.
Erik Lorenzsonn is the Capital Times' tech and culture reporter. He joined the team in 2016, after having served as an online editor for Wisconsin Public Radio and having written for publications like The Progressive Magazine and The Poughkeepsie Journal.
A prevailing theme at a Cap Times Idea Fest panel on juvenile justice in Wisconsin was the distinction between reform and transformation.
A few hundred Dane County residents flooded the Alliant Energy Center on Thursday night to share feedback on a draft environmental impact statement regarding the basing of 18 F-35 fighter jets at Truax Air Field.
The Wisconsin Air National Guard has organized a public meeting on the potential basing of F-35 fighter jets in Madison at the Alliant Energy Center on Thursday.
StartingBlock has announced its lineup of "anchor tenants," later-stage companies that will round out the entrepreneurship center's roster of startups.
The company that won last week’s Pressure Chamber pitching competition at the Overture Center didn’t necessarily fit the traditional Madison startup profile. American Provenance isn’t a software developer or a biotech firm, but rather a cosmetics manufacturing company best known for its deodorant.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway said she had a lot of takeaways from a roundtable discussion at the American Family Insurance Institute for Corporate and Social Impact on Wednesday.
Epic Systems Corporation CEO and co-founder Judy Faulkner usually talks about health care’s future during her keynote speech at the company’s …
Seven people who shared their ideas for making Madison a better place — from a rental fleet of electric cars to a mental health services agency to a movie production studio focused on telling authentic stories about women and people of color — at the fifth annual Social Good Summit. The event kicked off this year’s Forward Festival, an eight-day celebration of entrepreneurship.
Nick Hart, one of Madison's most popular standup comics, will record a comedy special on Friday night that will blend jokes with emotional storytelling and music about friendship, death and the supernatural.