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Progress 2009 Profile: Kauffman Zita Group

Unless you are a landlord, you probably didn’t hear about the flap over sprinklers last year. But this is what Adam Kaufman and Trish Zita, partners in the Roszel...

Barack’s Burden: Advice for the Digital Age

Anne & Charlie Kreitzberg, Web 2.0 ConsultantsAs Barack Obama unpacks the cartons and gets settled in the Oval office, he is facing multiple crises. On his plate are two...

Barack’s Burden: How to Improve Healthcare

Sidney Goldfarb, Urological SurgeonA lot of attention will be placed on reforming our current out of balance health system. As a practicing physician who ran for Congress in 1994,...

Life Lessons From Inside the Slammer

I could be wrong but maybe our newbie President could take some lessons from U.S. 1’s January 14 cover article on Centurion Ministries, the Witherspoon Street nonprofit that reopens...

Companies on the Move

Warehouse LeasingIn an effort to expand its regional warehousing operation, McCollister Transportation Group has leased 66,500 square feet at KOR Companies’ Central Crossings Business Park at 401 Bordentown Hedding...

Barack’s Burden: Guiding the First Family

Myra Gutin, Historian Of First Ladies First Lady of the United States, in the words of historian Betty Boyd Caroli, “is the most difficult, unpaid job in America.” The...

Barack’s Burden: Repairing the Education System

Barbara Gitenstein, College of NJIn this knowledge-economy, with intense international competition, our educational foundation cannot be limited to elementary and secondary education. Rather, we must recognize that for an...

Plasma Physics Lab Wins Five-Year DOE Contract

Princeton University has been managing the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) for 57 years. This year, for the first time, the U.S. Department of Energy, which owns the lab,...

Barack’s Burden: Rescuing the Economy

If you found yourself sitting next to President Obama for 10 or 15 minutes, what message would you most urgently want to convey? What advice would you offer? We...

Johnson & Johnson Finds a Montgomery Home

Johnson & Johnson’s consumer division has taken 163,000 square feet at 23 Orchard Road in Montgomery. “This is the biggest deal in New Jersey in 2008,” says Milt Charbonneau.Charbonneau,...