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NJWeedman: Who Benefits from New Weed Law?

This industry is being formed largely by politically connected rich Caucasians who aren’t even part of the marijuana culture. I call them “cannabaggers.

New Business Strategy: Be a Decent Human Being

Matt Ward will host a workshop on increasing word-of-mouth referrals for the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce on Friday, September 28.

Skydiver Melanie Curtis Helps Clients Take a Leap of Faith in Their Careers

Melanie Curtis, who has made a career out of both skydiving and life coaching, will speak at the Ellevate Central New Jersey professional network on Thursday, September 27.

Protect Pedestrians

Motorists are required to yield to pedestrians at unmarked crosswalks (no paint on the pavement), and stop and stay stopped for pedestrians in marked (painted) crosswalks.

Go Inside the Current Issue: September 19, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the September 19, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

A Chip Off the Old Blockchain

One notable aspect of Hu-Manity is that it manages all the user data via a blockchain, which is a concept that traces its roots back to the early Obama years.

Companies are Selling Your Medical Info. So Why Shouldn’t You Claim A Share?

The selling of medical records is big business. One startup, Hu-Manity.co, aims to change that by giving patients a way to control who sees their data — and to take a big cut of the sales if they choose to share it with researchers.

Billtrust to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony September 24

The provider of billing services will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new 90,000-square-foot corporate headquarters on Monday, September 24.

Car Subscription Service Launches in Mercer County

A startup company is betting that drivers will be willing to subscribe to a car as if it were Netflix.

David Adjaye Named Design Architect For Princeton University Art Museum

David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates has been selected as design architect, in collaboration with Cooper Robertson as executive architect, for the new Princeton University Art Museum.