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Management Moves, Leaving Town, and Crosstown Moves

Billtrust, a business-to-business billing company, has hired Marcel Korst as senior vice president of marketing.

JZA+D Completes Renovation of Princeton University’s Center for Jewish Life

The architecture and design firm JZA+D has completed an energy-efficient renovation of Princeton University’s Center for Jewish Life, a facility originally designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects in 1993 at the corner of Washington Road and Ivy Lane.

Snap Box to Replace ‘Cost Cutters Plaza’

The site of the old Mega Dollar store on White Horse-Mercerville Road is set to become a Snap Box storage facility.

Works Begins on Old General Motors Site in Ewing

Work has finally started on the old General Motors site on Parkway Avenue in Ewing, following the sale of the property.

Life in the Fast Lane: Donations, Name Changes, Deaths

One of Trenton’s oldest nonprofit organizations has removed the city from its name: The Trenton YMCA, established in 1856, is now the Capital Area YMCA.

Troubled Foxmoor Shopping Center in Robbinsville Gets New Owner

The troubled Foxmoor Shopping Center in Robbinsville has a new owner, and in a hopeful turn of events, it’s a developer with a history of revitalizing shopping malls.

Fast Lane News: Mergers, Deaths

Surety Title Company, a title insurance firm serving residential and commercial clients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, has acquired Lawrenceville-based Title Village Title Agency.

New Jersey Lawmakers Pass Career Training Bill

Lawmakers have created a job training program offering help for the unemployed and underemployed to learn more marketable skills.

Downsizing: Novo Nordisk Eliminates 100 Princeton Back-Office Jobs

Novo Nordisk Inc. (NVO), 800 Scudders Mill Road, Princeton 08540. 609-987-5800. Jerzy Gruhn, president. www.novonordisk-us.com Reuters has reported that the Danish pharma giant is eliminating 100 back-office jobs at its...

James Allison wins 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

In the early 2000s Berkeley scientist James Allison worked with a Princeton biotech company called Medarex to develop a radical new kind of cancer therapy.

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