BFair Tutoring has changed its name to Learning Point and become a nonprofit group with former owner Brenaea Fairchild as executive director.
Hill Wallack has hired Jason Lee DeFrancesco as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property and corporate departments and made two other management moves.
Princeton University’s Robertson Hall, home of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, will undergo a major redesign and renovation expected to last through summer 2020.
Developer AvalonBay has released detailed plans for the transit village it plans to build on Washington Road just off Route 1 next to the Princeton Junction train station.
An Emmons Drive-based company, Soligenix, has received a patent for a cure for ricin poisoning.
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, an India-based maker of generic pharmaceutical products, has appointed Marc Kikuchi as CEO for North American Generics in the same week the company announced a recall of mislabeled injection drugs.
A Princeton couple has been accused of creating a Ponzi scheme to defraud members of their social circle of more than $5 million.
Princeton Theological Seminary has hired Ann-Henley Saunders as the new director of alumni relations.
A Princeton IT company is launching a program to help women train for technology jobs. SheTek.net, launched in January, has the mission of cultivating a qualified pipeline of women to meet the technology needs of companies.
Here is another “perfect company” nomination: TREX is the world’s largest manufacturer of high-performance, wood-alternative decking and railing.