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News You Can Use for Business Building & Career Building

We all hope for success in a new year, and among the most energetic success seekers are entrepreneurs, would-be entrepreneurs, and those who are looking to build a better...

Directories To Mine

Information, it's everywhere. Gathering it up and pulling it down in a useful form can be a trick, though. Luckily a number of publishers toil at this task year...

For a Start-Up, a State Lifeline

Romi Singh and Koushik Roy want to take advantage of how many Internet users are switching to broadband. The market for their company, Checkspert, is anything to do with...

Review: `Caught in the Net’

Anyone who thinks "Caught in the Net," the funny, clever comedy by Ray Cooney playing at Hopewell's Off-Broadstreet Theater until January 17, is going to tell a story about...

Incubator Space for Growing Firms

New Jersey's current business incubators, established in partnership with colleges and universities, help provide start-up firms with an array of critical business and technology support and consulting services --...

Reflections On Broadway 2003

It happens at the end of every year: we mutter and moan about the state of our theater -- whether it's worth our time, interest, and hard-earned money. We...

Marketing Tips for Entrepreneurs

#h#Direct Mail Primer#/h#What is the very best piece of direct mail you can send? No, it's not a four-color postcard offering a free massage, or a sweepstakes letter promising...

Advice for Entrepreneurs

#h#Potential Pitfalls in Dream Partnerships#/h#Just imagine the excitement. After years of struggling to perfect an innovative software package in your garage office -- and draining your savings along the...

Survival Tips for Cyberspace

#h#Must Have: A URL#/h#Ilise Benun has changed her mind. The marketing consultant with a specialty in Internet self-promotion told her clients, not long ago, that a company website was...

Funding a Business: Skin in the Game

Fledgling entrepreneurs are hungry for funding, but in order to attract investments or loans they need a formal business plan, a strong management team, and a product or service...

Trending Stories

Former Trenton Planner Alan Mallach’s New Book, ‘The Divided City’

In his new book on urban planning, “The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America,” former Trenton official Alan Mallach takes a hard look at the problems that dog every city in America.