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There Was a Will, But Not a Way

Few would argue with the artistic vision of Albert C. Barnes, the self-made millionaire from a working class neighborhood in Philadelphia who parlayed his interest in art into a...

Paris Is Great; Philadelphia’s a Blockbuster

Philadelphia is being called the center of the art world this summer, with the opening of the new Barnes Foundation and the re-opening of the Rodin Museum. Instead of...

A Page From Iver Peterson’s Book

We can’t afford to be like the New York Times. Newspaper people all around the world say that from time to time. Someone around our office said it just...

On The Move

ExpansionsVoxware Inc., 300 American Metro Boulevard, Suite 155, Hamilton 08619; 609-514-4100; fax, 609-514-4101. Keith Phillips, president and CEO. www.voxware.com.Hamilton-based Voxware, a provider of voice solutions, has completed a Series...

Tourist Spending Up In Mercer County

Tourist expenditures in Mercer County reached an all-time high — $1.08 billion — in 2011, according to a state study.The figure represents a 10 percent increase over 2010, according...

Pfizer Tract Sold, Housing Proposed

The former Pfizer building on Ridge Road in South Brunswick — originally owned by Wyeth Research — has been sold, according to Colliers International New Jersey, which arranged the...

Traffic Light Cameras Certified

The state has given Lawrence Township the green light to resume ticketing motorists as part of its traffic light camera program.The Department of Transportation announced on July 26 that...

New Eatery To Open In Lahiere’s Space

A new restaurant will open this fall in the space formerly occupied by Lahiere’s restaurant, which went out of business in 2010.Agricola Eatery at 11 Witherspoon Street will open...

Cold Calling Is Still A Powerful Sales Tool

With all the technology available today to help us stay in touch with people, many salespeople have little practice at the fine art of cold calling.That’s a shame, because...