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Remembering U.S. 1 Arts Writer LucyAnn Dunlap

Followers of U.S. 1’s Preview section are well aware of the bylines of Simon Saltzman and LucyAnn Dunlap. Saltzman has reviewed plays in U.S. 1 for many years —...

Tre Piani: Bespoke Catering at Its Best

Fancy a dinner served upside down? Dessert first sounds crazy but not when it’s fois gras brulee. A final course of chocolate pasta creates a sense of wonder that...

Peony Pavilion

Imagine this. You are seated for tea at Peony Pavilion. A server places a glass teapot on the table and drops a tea ball into the vase. Within a...

Business Start-Ups: What Works & Doesn’t

There is both good news and bad news for small businesses in the U.S. The bad news is that small businesses are dying faster than they are being born,...

The Fast Growing ‘Fast Casual’ Dining Scene

It used to be that there were two well-established models for casual dining: fast food chains or table-service restaurants. When chains such as Panera Bread and Chipotle entered the...

At Ethical Leadership Conference, Ethics is in Everyone’s Interest:

If you are a leader in the healthcare industry, you are most definitely going to encounter ethical dilemmas. The question is, will you handle it like an amateur, or...

Navigating Executive Compensation

When it comes to compensating executives at any company, the tried-and-true strategy is to provide a combination of salary, and then stock options or bonuses that somehow tie their...

To Err is Human, To Park at Princeton Junction Means Paying Cash

To all you exhausted, bleary-eyed commuters who park at the Princeton Junction train station daily lot and pay your honest $5 per day, this letter is for you: Beware!...

Credit Management for the Little Guys

Nathalia Giroldo knows firsthand the struggles of small business owners. Growing up in Colombia, she witnessed her mother struggling to support the family by running a consignment shop. Giroldo...

Mistral & elements

Not long ago, the chic, vibrant restaurant Mistral opened its doors in the heart of downtown Princeton near the Library. Its mix of taste, style, and atmosphere made it...

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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.