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Cool Walks for the Dog Days

You’re psyched for a hike, but the Weather Channel reports temperatures over 90 degrees. What to do? You’re in luck! The Princeton region abounds in sites offering cool walks...

Presentation Pizzazz at the Carnegie Institute

Everyone remembers at least one dreadful speech they’ve had to sit through. The one with the disconnected, droning speaker who obviously didn’t believe a word he was saying and...

The Changing Field of Health Insurance

Medical costs are rising about 1 percent a month, says chartered benefit consultant Frank Petrulla, and this will mean a doubling of insurance premiums every five years. Employers, however,...

Corporate Angels

Eighty volunteers from New Brunswick-based Johnson & Johnson recently participated in a “Day of Caring” at the Mercer County Geriatric Center in Hamilton recently. The volunteers assisted with gardening,...

Rosetta Marketing Acquires Brulant

Already growing at torrid pace, 10-year-old ad agency Rosetta Marketing has just announced the acquisition of Brulant, a Cleveland-based ad agency. The move will boost Rosetta’s staff size from...

Patient Marketing Group Becomes InVentiv

Patient Marketing Group, the Forrestal Village-based pharmaceutial marketing company, has been acquired by InVentiv Health Inc. of Somerset for $14.5 million in an all cash deal that was announced...

Fast Lane

Bad News for NJDaily NewspapersThe Times of Trenton, along with the Star-Ledger, its sister publication, will be put up for sale as a package deal if nearly one-third of...

To Farm Market to Farm Market To Get Some Fresh Food

Choose your favorite agricultural simile to complete this sentence: Over the last several years seasonal farmers markets in our area have (a) sprouted like mushrooms after a heavy rain;...

George Putnam, Amelia Earhart, and the Joys of Publishing

I got thinking the other day — completely by chance — about how much fun it is to be a publisher.The occasional moments of sheer joy in publishing came...

Creating the Next Generation of Jazz Musicians

Bradford Hayes is known for playing the alto sax, but he is also known, at least to a large and growing group of people in Newark, as a teacher....