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New Lawsuit Raises Questions About Westminster Choir College’s Buyer

As a Chinese company continues the process of purchasing the Princeton-based Westminster Choir College from Rider University, more concerns — and one more lawsuit — have surfaced.

On the Move: Integra to Stay in NJ

Integra Life Sciences is planning to move its headquarters from Enterprise Drive in Plainsboro to a Novo Nordisk-owned building at 1100 Campus Road in Plainsboro, a 166,891-square-foot facility.

On the Move: Updates from TCNJ, Altice, Trenton-Mercer Airport, and More

The College of New Jersey’s School of Business has created a master of business administration program that will allow students to earn a graduate certificate in their chosen specializations in one year.

Trenton-Mercer Sees 30 Percent Increase in Passengers

According to an FAA report, Trenton-Mercer airport saw a 30 percent increase in customers between 2016 and 2017.

Edison Partners Invests $9 million in Bento for Business

Edison Partners, the growth equity investment firm, has invested $9 million in Chicago-based Bento for Business, business-to-business financial management company.

On the Move

The Princeton Area Community Foundation has been awarded a $150,000 grant from NJM Insurance Group.

Crosstown Moves

The law firm Buttaci & Leardi, which specializes in product liability and fraud for the healthcare industry, has moved from 103 to 212 Carnegie Center.

Life in the Fast Lane: Princeton Metro Center

Hilton Realty has a Class A feather in its cap, having bought 821 Alexander Road from Advance Realty. A four-year-old, 44,000 square-foot Class A building, it is on the...

TerraCycle Takes ‘Waste Not’ to the Next Level

Tom Szaky, CEO of Terracycle, has built the entire business on recycling. Now he’s ready to move past it. 

Deaths

Titusville artist Norma Jean DeVico was recognized for both her landscapes and for works dealing with her long term cancer and was involved with numerous area exhibitions.

Trending Stories

How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.