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Making Green Ventures Profitable

Making Green Work‘It’s all noble and wonderful to try and save the world, but how are you going to make this venture pay?” This query came from Faruq Marikar,...

Office Vacancies Paint Grim Picture

A recent study by Parsippany-based research firm Jones Lang LaSalle shows that talk of the state’s continuing economic stress is far from academic. According to the study, which charts...

Corporate Angels

Safeway Genuardi’s in East Brunswick is running its annual month-long fundraising and awareness campaign to benefit Easter Seals. Safeway plans to raise millions of dollars to fund critical regional...

A Booming Market for the Peace Corps

Merle Rubine lived in relative luxury — a cinder block house in a big village that came with a nice bucket for bathing. Her lack of lights, movies, running...

Economic Stimulus Payments Coming

The Internal Revenue Service has begun distributing money under its ballyhooed economic stimulus plan. Direct deposit payments started this week and will continue over the next few months, but...

Bryce Thompson — 50 Years of Risk Taking

In a town where real mansions, not McMansions, grace tree-lined streets, the three-story house at 195 Nassau Street, kitty corner from St. Paul’s Church, with a basement office and...

Fixing Pay-to-Play Laws

It often seems difficult to pick up a newspaper or listen to a newscast without hearing about some pay-to-play campaign scandal; the term itself seems to indicate that someone...

To the Editor: Dinky’s Future

To the Editor: Dinky’s FutureIn the April 9 U.S. 1 Richard K. Rein proposed using the Dinky train to augment Princeton Borough’s transportation system between its trips back and...

Behavior-Based Interviewing

The mantra of human resources departments, says Mary Anne Kennedy, a human resources director at Bristol-Myers Squibb, is “past behavior, future predictor.” Whether or not this rule of thumb...

Chekhov’s ‘Seagull,’ Circa 2008

In Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull” — and Emily Mann’s updated version of the play, “Seagull in the Hamptons,” which goes into previews at McCarter on Friday, May 2 —...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.