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Management Moves: RT Specialty/New Day

Joe Reynolds has been named an assistant vice president in the National Environmental and Construction Professional Liability Practice at RT Specialty/New Day underwriters.

GS1 Relocates to Custom Workspace

GS1 US, a nonprofit information standards organization that standardizes bar codes, has moved from Princeton Pike Corporate Center in Lawrenceville, to a new purpose-built office in the Princeton South Corporate Center.

Princeton University Partners with Microsoft

Princeton University is partnering with Microsoft to collaborate on a microbiology and computational modeling research project that aims to understand a deadly form of bacteria.

NJEDA Accepting Grant Applications

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is accepting applications for the 21st Century Redevelopment Program.

Prominent Investor Geoff Yang to Visit Biolabs

Geoff Yang, cofounder of Redpoint Ventures and founder and principal of LaneOne, will discuss trends in tech investing on Thursday, December 6.

Former President of Mexico Ernesto Zedillo to Speak at Princeton University

Ernesto Zedillo, who served as president of Mexico from 1994 to 2000, will give a public lecture at Princeton University on Thursday, December 6.

The Perfect Company: Ennis

Ennis has underperformed the market, which seems like a bad thing until you consider what happened recently to companies that have outperformed the market: they fell between 20 to 50 percent.

Kushner Buys Princeton Marriott

Kushner Companies has acquired the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal hotel from Lone Star Funds for $37.6 million.

Fast Lane: Leaving Town, Deaths

Guidemark Health has left its Independence Way location. Guidemark also has an office in Parsippany.

NJEDA Unveils Access Loan Program

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has made several enhancements to its lending programs for small, women, minority, and veteran-owned businesses.

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