Monday, January 27, 2020

Fast Lane

News from the business community

On the Move: Hooters, Seniors, Mergers, and More

The company that owns Hooters and other burger restaurants was acquired by a Cranbury-based biopharama in an unusual reverse merger.

Up for Auction: A 77-Acre Hopewell Estate

Deer Run Farm, located at 189 Woosamonsa Road in Pennington, will be auctioned off on October 10.

Princeton Physicist Wins Nobel Prize

James Peebles, a retired physics professor at Princeton University, was one of three winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in physics.

Honors for Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Three area entrepreneurs were honored with Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards.


Noted architect Elizabeth Reilly Moynahan died at 94.

New Art Space to Launch in Trenton

A trio of local developers is partnering with Isles, Trenton Downtown Association, and the City of Trenton to renovate the former Studios @ 219 at 219 Hanover Street to create a new gallery, artist studio space, and coworking space for creative entrepreneurs.

On the Move: Weidel, Terracycle, First Bank, and More

A new manager at Weidel, an update on TerraCycle stock, a completed bank merger, and more.

Transportation Current & Future

Princeton Future addresses Transit on Demand while the state address the upcoming closure of Alexander Road for bridge replacements.

On the Move: VR Tech, Economic Development, and More

The Mid New Jersey Association for Talent Development is showcasing virtual reality technology at its annual technology showcase.

On the Move: Leadership Changes, AR Glasses, and More

Kurt Schulte, founder and owner of Schulte Restorations on Mercer Street in Hopewell, is retiring and will be turning over ownership and operations of the company to Lou Alloway, the company’s sales and estimating manager.

Trending Stories

Let’s Try . . . Elite Five Sushi & Grill

Tony Yu has opened Elite Five Sushi & Grill in an L-shaped space adjacent to the former Two Sevens restaurant.

The Fall of Icarus