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VaxInnate Readies Swine Flu Vaccine

VaxInnate, a Cranbury-based start-up, could become the first line of defense against the swine flu. “We’ve been speaking with the CDC and the NIH. We’re already begun working on...

The Rise of the Virtual Office

An office in cyberspace? For a growing number of entrepreneurs, business travelers, telecommuters and overseas companies, a virtual office can be the perfect solution to an array of business...

Newspapers Falter, Democracy Suffers

It’s never been easy being a journalist. Back in the early 1970s, when I began my career as a freelance writer, I collected stories about the trials of writers....

A New Perspective On Princeton

Ask any Princeton resident about the town and you will come away with a sense that this is a pretty interesting place. Ask Mimi Omiecinski the same question and...

Companies on the Move

Crosstown MovesInforest Communications, 145 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08542; 888-706-1380; fax, 609-921-9223. Dana Hutchins, president. Home page: www.inforest.com.Website design and development firm Inforest has moved from Trenton to Witherspoon Street....

Eden Services Relocates to Forrestal

Eden Autism Services has wanted to expand from its cramped quarters on Route 1 for more than 15 years. At the April 30 launch for the capital campaign, with...

Further Help for Senior Jobseekers

To the Editor: Help in TransitionsYour April 15th issue on jobseeking was very useful. We would like to add, however, that the Princeton Senior Resource Center offers programs for...

Diversity At Work Is More Than Just Skin Color

For the Educational Testing Service, a diverse workforce is not just a bullet point on a corporate to-do list in the service of political correctness. Fairness, equality, and access...