Solvay, a specialty chemical company with a large food flavoring business, has opened a center in its Princeton headquarters to cater to its customers’ product development needs regarding Solvay’s vanilla flavors, or “vanillin-based systems” in the company’s own terminology.
Suchitra Kamath has been honored with the Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards’ Rising Star Award for making a successful transition from corporate officer to business owner.
Princeton University researchers have a new study that challenges the conventional wisdom that women are more likely to leave their jobs after having a second child.
A portion of Cherry Valley Road in Princeton will be closed to through traffic for roughly 90 days as crews work to replace a bridge.
Core, an IT consulting company has been named at number 63 on the INC 5000, Inc. Magazine’s annual ranking of the top performing companies in the U.S.
DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation, a nonprofit that supports financial literacy for students, has partnered with Finnovate, a literacy learning technology company.
An 11-acre parcel has been added to the 350-acre public park that comprises the former Western Electric/AT&T property on Carter Road in Hopewell.
Rider University hosted a building dedication ceremony on October 17 to rename a 21,000-square-foot academic building.
Wen C. Fong, 88, on October 3. A Princeton professor, he was a renowned scholar who helped the Metropolitan Museum of Art build one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of Asian art.
Billtrust, a business-to-business billing company, has hired Marcel Korst as senior vice president of marketing.