Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Fast Lane

News from the business community

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.

Joseph Bonaparte’s Point Breeze Property Preserved

The New Jersey landscape and Delaware River overlooking the once palatial home and gardens of Joseph Bonaparte is being permanently preserved in the City of Bordentown.

Massive Warehouse for Urban Outfitters

The Bristol Commerce Center will be home to a location of Urban Outfitters, a clothing retailer.

Oncosec Making Strides in Immunotherapy

Ever since Oncosec, a biotech company that is developing immunotherapy treatments for cancer, moved its headquarters from California to Pennington last year, the company has launched new drug trials, expanded its staff, and raised millions in capital.

On the Move: Mortgage Relief, Management Moves, and More

The Federal Housing Finance Agency has announced a nationwide relief plan for its multifamily borrowers and residents of their apartment properties.

Carnegie Center Coworker Charged in Plainsboro Murder

Carolyn Byington, the woman who was found dead in her Plainsboro apartment on June 10, was murdered by a coworker in Carnegie Center, authorities allege.

Alexander Road Bridge to Be Replaced

A plan to replace the Alexander Road bridge over the D&R Canal is the topic of a public information session on Wednesday, December 19.

Management Moves: New Jersey Policy Perspective Taps McKoy

New Jersey Policy Perspective, a Trenton-based public policy think tank, has made Brandon McKoy its next president.

Deaths: Dor Mullen Dies at 64

Dorothy Smith Mullen died on March 15 in hospice care at home of metastasized lung cancer. She was 64.

Remembering Alan Landis, 1942-2018

Alan Landis, the real estate developer who built Carnegie Center, Princeton MarketFair, and Nassau Park in Princeton and Tower Center in East Brunswick, died April 14 at the age of 75.

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.