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Novo Nordisk: Helping City Kids Develop a Career

When Reza Green, chief intellectual property counsel at Novo Nordisk, moved from Manhattan to College Road in Princeton, she missed the cacophony of races and ethnicities so integral to...

No More Dick and Jane: 21st Century Children’s Books

It’s a long way from the cheery family scenes on the pages of “Fun with Dick and Jane” to the images in a new exhibition of original art for...

Opportunities

Comedy SchoolCatch A Rising Star launches comedy school on Mondays from January 4 to February 8, 7 to 9 p.m. Graduation show is Friday, February 12, on stage. Topics...

Companies On the Move

Edited by Scott MorganLG Has a SpinoffLG Electronics, a digital products manufacturer based in Englewood Cliffs, has spun its Iris technology division into its own separate company.Iris ID Systems...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Westminster College of the Arts Patrons Party

Everyone knows if you want to throw an elegant party in town you want to be at Prospect House on campus. In our coverage of last year’s patrons party...

Companies Are Giving The Gift of Time

One of the hidden costs of a poor economy is its effect on charitable contributions. As people lose their jobs, as businesses large and small either close their doors...

Jamie Saxon: The Have Not’s in Your Backyard

"Instead of thinking about what you don’t have, try thinking about what you have in excess in your house. By the plain laws of physics, if you have too...

U.S. 1 Writers and Editors Examine Their Own Ways of Giving

By nature — and by way of repeated exposure to the ugly side of seemingly pleasant things — newspaper writers reflexively gag whenever anyone speaks about his own good...

A Young CEO with Classical Wisdom

Sure, Dan Reynolds is the CEO of a successful staffing and executive search firm named Talon Professional Services — recently renamed from the Broker’s Group. But if you think...

Just Add Bubbles: New Year’s Eve 2009

This New Year’s Eve you can take your pick: Be an armchair traveler at the State Theater’s “Salute to Vienna”; get soaked (in a Japanese hot tub) at Onsen...

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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.