Saturday, October 24, 2020

Fast Lane

News from the business community

Rider Announces Tuition Decrease

Rider University has announced a series of new measures intended to strengthen the overall value of a Rider education.

Deaths

Nationally known Roosevelt-based sculptor Jonathan Shahn has died at age 82.

Springdale: 125 Years Old and Getting Younger

Few golf clubs in the United States are old enough to hold 125th-anniversary parties, but Springdale Golf Club in Princeton is one club that can claim that distinction.

Deaths

Obituaries of those from the greater Princeton business community who have died recently.

On the Move: YWCA, Amazon, Deaths

The YWCA Princeton has a new director of development. Amazon is hiring 7,000 workers in New Jersey, including 2,500 in Robbinsville.

Exide Technologies Moves to Carnegie Center

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On the Move: MSNJ, Rutgers, Novitium, and More

MSNJ is launching an insurance denial registry. Rutgers social work students have partnered with CIS. Richard Tang Yuk is leaving the Princeton Festival. Novitium in expanding in East Windsor.

Demolitions, New Construction Coming to Nassau Park Shopping Center

Nassau Park, the big-box shopping mall on Route 1 South near Quakerbridge Road, looks to be getting a bit of a face lift

Pedestrian Bridge Connects Hopewell, Pennington to Trail

A new bridge connecting Pennington Borough and Hopewell Township to Mercer Meadows and the Lawrence Hopewell Trail has been opened to the public.

On the Move: Inc. 5000, Nonprofit Partnership, Deaths

More than two dozen Princeton-area companies appear on the Inc. 5000 list. Area nonprofits are teaming up to prevent evictions. And more.

Trending Stories

The Fall of Icarus

You don’t expect to find insights into our troubled times from the Flemish Old Masters. But on a recent trip to Brussels I found myself wandering into the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.