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APN Consulting Makes Inc. 500 List

Vedant Pathak, founder of Princeton-based IT recruitment firm APN Consulting, is an “entrepreneurial superstar.” So says Inc. magazine, which bestowed this title on three other central New Jersey area...

Chamber Changes

The Mercer County and Princeton chambers of commerce have announced organizational changes.Michele Siekerka, CEO of the Mercer County Regional Chamber, will leave that post on July 6 to take...

Good News, Bad News for J&J

Johnson & Johnson’s recent spate of legal woes has not stopped the company from making a major new investment. On the heels of several product recalls, a $70 million...

PSE&G Evaluates Sandy Response

With power restored to virtually all 1.7 million customers who lost power as a result of Hurricane Sandy, PSE&G has released a postmortem explaining its efforts to restore power...

On the Move

#b#Management Moves#/b#Princeton University, 1 Nassau Hall, Princeton 08544. Christopher Eisgruber, president. www.princeton.edu. Princeton engineering professor Mung Chiang, director of the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, is...

SJP Sells Commons For $75 Million

SJP Sells Commons For $75 MillionThe two-building complex developed by SJP Properties at 7 and 9 Roszel Road, the Commons at West Windsor, has been sold. Jeff Dunne, who...

Veteran Software Firm Goes Virtual

In business terms, the Internet got off to a bad start. Early lapses in online security led to rampant distrust of anyone conducting business on the web, and it...

Life in the Fast Lane

Thomas D’Innocenzi, the 46-year-old founder of four IT and E-learning companies in Princeton, was charged on March 2 with stock fraud in connection with a fifth company, SpanLogix, formerly...

Preserving Memories, One Photo at a Time

(An editorial update has been posted at the end of this article.)Memories fade. Unfortunately, so can the media on which we keep them. Old photos and video tapes are...

New in Town: Private Bank

Union Center National Bank has opened a branch on the corner of Harrison and Nassau streets, the former location of the Cool Vines wine store. It is one of...

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.