Monthly Archives: April 2019
Billtrust, a payment company, has launched a business-to-business collections product and in a separate transaction, has acquired Second Phase, a software company in Boulder, Colorado.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation has hired Marcia Shackleford as chief philanthropy officer.
Caliper is partnering with the University of Central Florida and Dr. Reddy's has acquired a portfolio of new drugs.
"It’s the wild west” is the phrase I often heard from investors in cannabis.
A hundred years after its founding, the Trenton Historical Society is continuing to preserve and celebrate the city’s history. And it is renewing efforts to be engaged in a place and time much different from that of its beginnings in March, 1919.
The paintings in “Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States,” on view at the Princeton University Art Museum through July 7, have instant appeal.
The Sourland region’s Americorps Watershed Ambassadors will lead free STREAM volunteer training sessions to teach participants to identify sensitive macroinvertibrates and assess riparian habitat.
The Lawrence Hopewell Trail is certainly not “a trail to nowhere.” For thousands of people it's a trail to where they want to go.
From a real estate standpoint, there are many issues which may arise in the event that New Jersey law (as opposed to federal law) permits the cultivation, production and sale of cannabis for recreational purposes.
There are state and federal laws in place to protect New Jersey homeowners throughout the foreclosure process. You need to know where you are in the process so you can best evaluate your options.