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RCN Returning To Princeton

Patriot Media Consulting, a branch of the firm that bought the New Jersey sector of RCN’s struggling cable enterprise in 2006, has relocated from 2 Research Way to 650...

Progress 2011: BH Sky Sees Growth In Government

Founded in 2006, BH Sky moved from Overlook Drive last year (see U.S. 1, January 27, 2010) because Michelle Hermelee needed more space to accommodate her growing businessthat points...

A Director Who Sees Opera as Musical Theater

‘I was a tenured professor, but I thought it was time to move on,” says Claudia Zahn, who directed the opera programs at the University of Washington in Seattle...

Technology A Time Saver? Think Again

If you are business owner or manager, what’s the reasonable amount of time you should spend every day dealing with technology?Twenty minutes? An hour? How about up to 12...

Move the Dinky — But Be Ready for a New Reality

Princeton politicians turned out in record numbers at a midweek Princeton Future (PF) meeting where the group’s downtown Light Rail (LR) proposal was unveiled. Aside from the PF inner...

In the Age of Kindle, a Bookbinder Thrives

At a time when most newly minted texts exist only as 1s and 0s on a computer somewhere, it sometimes pays to be old fashioned. George and Judie Shattuck,...

Progress 2011: Dentino Marketing Settles In

Karl Dentino moved his direct marketing firm to Executive Drive last year in order to save himself from driving all the way up to Jersey City every day. Dentino,...

Progress 2011: Finance Arts and the New Nonprofit World Order

"Doing good is a bitch/I could do so much more if I were stinking rich.”David Gray penned that couplet. If you want to hear him sing it, along with...

Banker Takes Over at State Chamber

On January 24 the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced that longtime banking executive #b#Thomas Bracken#/b# has been named its new president and CEO, effective in February. Bracken, president...

The Architect with a Painter’s Sensibility

The tubes of paint are neatly splayed out on the desk. Jars are filled with brushes that have been lovingly cleaned. On an easel sits a pencil sketch, the...