Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Fast Lane

News from the business community

Janssen Sued for Role in Opioid Crisis

In a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals, New Jersey’s Attorney General accuses the company of contributing to the opioid crisis through the marketing of its painkiller Nucynta.

The Perfect Company: When a Stock is Like a Model Rocket

If a stock is like a model rocket, now is the time to look for payloads that are about to take off.

New in Town, Leaving Town, Deaths

The digital marketing agency has opened an office on Village Boulevard. The company also has offices in North Carolina, Florida, and India.

Rider President Gregory Dell’Omo Gets Term Renewed

The Rider University board of Trustees renewed the appointment of President Gregory Dell’Omo, above, for a second term running through July 31, 2022.

Princeton Identity Creates New Technology for Targeted Advertisements

Princeton Identity, a company that develops iris scanning devices, has been granted three new patents for its iris recognition technology by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office including a novel use for the technology: targeted advertisements.

Architects Design Trenton Connection

If any profession could be designated as a discipline in need of diversity, architecture could be first on the list.

Deaths

Rita Ludlum, 94, on November 4. She was an active member of the League of Women Voters for more than 50 years.

Fast Lane: Crosstown Moves, Deaths

Biotech company Acadia Pharma has moved from 902 to 502 Carnegie Center.

Management Moves: Ovation at Riverwalk, VolunteerConnect, OncoSec

Ovation at Riverwalk, a 260-apartment age-restricted community to be opened in autumn 2019 near the campus of the Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro, has filled two positions.

Life in the Fast Lane: Name Changes, Crosstown Moves

Traust Sollus, a financial planning and investment advisory firm, has been acquired by Mercer Associates.

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

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