Fast Lane

News from the business community

Fast Lane: Merger, Deaths

The Bank of Princeton is purchasing five Beneficial Bank branches in Bordentown, Browns Mills, Chesterfield, Deptford, and Sicklerville.

Name Changes, Deaths

Computer Associates has been acquired by computer chip manufacturer Broadcom and has changed its name to Computer Associates, a Broadcom Company, in an $18 billion deal.

Grant Awarded: Princeton Satellite Systems

Princeton Fusion Systems — a fully owned division of Princeton Satellite Systems — has been awarded $1.25 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.

What to Do About Trucks at Exit 8A?

The area around Exit 8A has become a hub for warehouses and distribution centers. How are the local transportation networks coping with the influx of tractor trailers? And what should be done in the future?

TerraCycle Program Aims to Reduce Trash with Re-Usable Containers

TerraCycle, a Trenton-based company that specializes in finding uses for hard-to-recycle waste, is trying to remove trash from the equation altogether with a new program called “The Loop.”

AK Systems Moves to Princeton, Active Imprints Leaves Monmouth Junction

AK Systems, a provider of IT solutions including web design and development, mobile apps, and cyber security, has moved from Edison to Plainsboro.

Management Move: Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Hires COO

Craig Ferguson has been named deputy director for operations and chief operating officer at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, effective February 4.

PSEG Sells Former Hamilton Coal Plant

PSEG has sold a former coal plant in Hamilton Township to a Chicago-based developer, which plans to redevelop the 132-acre site into a modern industrial park.

Choose NJ Chooses to Leave Princeton

Choose New Jersey has announced plans to relocate its headquarters from Princeton Forrestal Village to an expanded space in Newark, part of a consolidation of state economic development initiatives in New Jersey’s largest city.

Princeton University Press Launches Audio Division

As audiobooks grow in popularity, some of the Princeton University Press’s titles have more listeners than readers.

Trending Stories

Demarcating Democracy with the Princeton Gerrymandering Project

Sam Wang’s Princeton Gerrymandering Project is taking on redistricting in New Jersey and beyond.