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On April 19 in this space we pointed to a Biotechnology Industry Organization report claiming that New Jersey’s rate of biotechnology employment is higher than most. Now an Inc....

Letter to the Editor: Emotional IQ

Emotional IQThank you for publishing such a wonderful article about my emotional intelligence workshop at Mercer County Community College (U.S. 1, April 12). Your writer, Jack Florek, must have...

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Coffee took second place to conservation at the Nassau Club last Wednesday, April 19, when double the usual number of people showed up at the Princeton Chamber’s breakfast featuring...

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In last week’s cover story, “New Jersey Economy: Half Full or...,” James Hughes, dean of Rutgers Bloustein School, suggests that New Jersey’s once vaunted economy is losing its edge....

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While bad news is the bread and butter (circulation and subscription base) of daily newspapers, we weeklies are freed from ambulance chasing by the very nature of our longer...

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Every week, from phone calls and E-mail, we get several requests for information. Last week people asked for information on a divorce attorney, a same-day courier, and a poem...

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In case you have not already noticed, U.S. 1 now pays more attention than usual to residential real estate. In the past we have devoted at least two issues...

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On several occasions over the years, U.S. 1 has addressed the issue of unsafe highways and the risks we all run as we rush to and from work on...

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Our office is in the throes of publishing the annual U.S. 1 Business Directory, which should really be a full-time year-round chore for a committee of hard workers, but...

Letter to the Editor: More on Horses

I have just read the articles on the horse auctions at Camelot Stables (November 23 and December 14, 2005), having stumbled on them while researching Camelot on the Internet....

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

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