Monday, October 19, 2020

Fast Lane

News from the business community

Area Colleges Alter Reopening Plans

Princeton University and the College of New Jersey both updated their plans for the fall semester to be fully remote.

On the Move: Acquisitions, Deaths

Genesis Drug Discovery & Development in Hamilton has acquired Comparative Biosciences Inc., a contact research organization based in Sunnyvale, California.

On the Move: Management Moves, Pharma News, Deaths

The Arts Council of Princeton has a new director; Barry Rabner to step down; promising vaccine trials; and more.

BSB Gallery to Close

The three-year-old BSB Gallery in Trenton announced that it would close August 1, following the conclusion of its current “Free Enterprise” virtual exhibit.

Moves: Acquisitions, New Board Members, Deaths, and More

NRG will acquire Direct Energy. Three area nonprofits added to their boards. And more.

Startups Receive Funding Through State Programs

Multiple startups in the Princeton region have benefited from state grants and other funding programs.

The 64,000-Square-Foot Question: Will We Go Back to Work?

When your home is your office, what happens to the office? Jerry Fennelly gives his commercial real estate market outlook.

On the Move: Zimmerli, Taft, NonProfitConnect, and More

The Zimmerli Museum named its interim director. VolunteerConnect is now NonProfitConnect. The Trenton Health Team launched a food finder. And more.

Newgrange Schools Open Hopewell Campus

Three entities focused on empowering students with learning differences and assisting those who educate them are consolidating their operations on a new campus in Hopewell.

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.

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.