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Billtrust Acquires Second Phase

Billtrust, a payment company, has launched a business-to-business collections product and in a separate transaction, has acquired Second Phase, a software company in Boulder, Colorado.

PACF Names Chief Philanthropy Officer

The Princeton Area Community Foundation has hired Marcia Shackleford as chief philanthropy officer.

On the Move: Expansions, Acquisitions, Deaths

Caliper is partnering with the University of Central Florida and Dr. Reddy's has acquired a portfolio of new drugs.

Karen Richardson Named Dean of Admission at Princeton University

Karen Richardson, who was among the first generation in her family to attend college, has been named dean of admission at Prince­ton University. She will start in her new role on July 1.

Princeton Scholar Wins Abel Prize

Karen Uhlenbeck, a visiting senior research scholar at Princeton University and a visiting associate at the Institute for Advanced Study, is the first woman ever to win the prestigious Abel Prize from the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.

On the Move: Opportunity for Minority Business Owners, Management Moves, Deaths

The state seeks subcontractors for building project, and NJ SHARES names two new board members.

On the Move: Westminster, NJM, and More

A recently revealed provision in Rider University's agreement to sell Westminster Choir College allows the buyer to shut the school down under certain circumstances.

Princeton Chamber Absorbs Remains of MidJersey Chamber

The Princeton Regional Chamber is merging with the MidJersey Chamber of Commerce and becoming the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Whatever Happened to the MidJersey Chamber?

The MidJersey and Princeton Regional Chambers have talked for years about a merger. An "historic announcement" is coming March 28.

NJEN Joins Princeton Chamber

The New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network, a nonprofit group that hosts events for the business community, has been merged into the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Business Association.

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