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Cyber Insurance: Are YouCovered?

If insurance could ever have a wild, wild West, it is experiencing one right now in the field of cyber coverage. Technology has winged all business into a maze...

Laycock Returns to Richardson

After 21 years with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (and an abrupt departure – U.S. 1, January 16, 2008), conductor Mark Laycock, right, is making a name for himself in...

Macroeconomics and Small Business

No one is immune from the reach of macroeconomics. Things like derivatives, unemployment rates, interest rates, and other financial factors affect anyone who owns a business.At least, that’s the...

Stewart Prager Named New Director of PPPL

Growing up in the Bronx, Stewart Prager was busy being a kid while all the other five-year-old science prodigies were experimenting with chemistry sets and wires. He didn’t find...

Tax Trouble for ICLE

New Jersey’s biggest purveyor of legal education has notified 15,000 customers that they may owe years of back taxes, according to the New Jersey Law Journal. The Institute of...

U.S. 1 Celebrates 12 Years of Summer Fiction

U.S. 1's annual Summer Fiction issue, published July 23 this year, is an unusual publication. Containing a minimum amount of business and entertainment news, U.S. 1 instead opens its...

Let’s Try … JL Ivy

It’s always a joy to see an old friend again and to revel in the changes that have taken place. Such is the pleasure to see the rebirth of...

Einstein’s Alley Gets New Board

Einstein’s Alley, the private, non-profit economic development initiative for central New Jersey, and the area’s attempt to organize itself into a recognizable center of technology similar to central California’s...

BlackRock Financial Is Moving — But to Where?

After weeks of speculation BlackRock Financial Management, the largest publically traded investment fund in the United States, will leave its offices on Scudders Mill Road in Plainsboro at the...

Women In Science: Diane Dorland

When Diane Dorland, dean of the college of engineering at Rowan University, was about four, she remembers sitting on the floor with Q-tips polishing the curlicue legs on the...

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An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.