Taneshia Nash Laird, pictured, who resigned as director of the Arts Council of Princeton last year, has been named CEO of the Newark Performing Arts Corporation.
CytoSorbents, a biotech company that makes a blood purification machine, has expanded sales of its product to Poland and the Netherlands for general use, and for critical care applications in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.
Weir & Associates has moved from Scotch Road to Pennington Road in Ewing.
VNA Home Care of Mercer County has leased 8,000 feet of office space at the Horizon Center in Hamilton at South Gold Drive.
Edison Partners, a Princeton investment firm, has led a $62 million financing in New York-based YieldStreet, a digital wealth management platform.
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After five years as chair of the board at Newgrange School of Princeton, Inc. Ann Robinowitz passed the gavel to incoming chairman Deepak Mehta during the board’s January meeting.
The nonprofit group, which provides education and advocacy for foster families, has moved from Route 1 South to College Road East and changed its name from Foster and Adoptive Family Services to Embrella.
Skechers has been as high as $51 in 2015 before problems with its walking shoes led to suits and missed sales targets.
Code Tech, a supplier of inkjet-based product coding and marking technology based on Alexander Road, has been sold to ProMach, a California-based packaging company.