Monday, April 6, 2020

Fast Lane

News from the business community

Pharma Updates: Oncosec Grows, CytoSorbents Takes on Coronavirus

Oncosec has two new strategic partnerships, and Cytosorbents is taking its technology to China.

On the Move: Hughes Update, Deaths

The new developers of the Howard Hughes tract in West Windsor have said they do not plan for any housing at the site.

Audio Directions Wins TechLaunch BullPen Prize

A Hopewell-based company, Audio Directions, is producing devices intended to remedy the problem of hearing aids that amplify background noise in addition to conversation.

On the Move: NJHA, Trac, Chamber, and Deaths

Two new studies released by the New Jersey Hospital Association say hospitals are economic anchors of their communities.

From CEO to Wife Killer — to Snake Oil Salesman?

Jonathan Nyce, infamous for the 2004 killing of his wife, is again on the wrong side of the law, this time for allegedly selling fake dog cancer drugs.

On the Move: Radius8, Ford Graham, Deaths

Radius8, a tech company that creates digital storefronts, has received an investment under the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s Angel Investor Tax Credit Program.

Management Moves: Chamber, YWCA, and Mercer Street Friends

The Princeton Mercer Chamber has a new chair of the board, Judy Hutton is retiring from the Princeton YWCA, and Bernie Flynn is the new CEO of Mercer Street Friends.

On the Move: New Construction & Mergers

Princeton University has planned the construction of new dormitories, science facilities, and an art museum. A distribution center is under construction on Princess Road. And Horvath & Giacin has merged with EisnerAmper.

Deaths

Among notable recent passings is Mercer Street Friends founder Robert Morris Applebaum.

On the Move: Possible Coronavirus Treatment, Deaths

Biotech company CytoSorbents says its technology is potentially useful in treating patients with coronavirus.

Trending Stories

Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus