Monday, November 18, 2019

Fast Lane

News from the business community

New Lawsuit Raises Questions About Westminster Choir College’s Buyer

As a Chinese company continues the process of purchasing the Princeton-based Westminster Choir College from Rider University, more concerns — and one more lawsuit — have surfaced.

On the Move: Cryptocurrency Crime, New Degree at TESU, Deaths

Prominent Princeton residents Leslie Kuenne and Herbert Hobler have died.

Trenton-Mercer Sees 30 Percent Increase in Passengers

According to an FAA report, Trenton-Mercer airport saw a 30 percent increase in customers between 2016 and 2017.

On the Move: Electric Cars, Company Changes, Deaths

Learn about electric cars at the West Windsor Farmers Market on Saturday, September 14.

New Theater Makes Its Debut in New Brunswick

There is a new act for regional theater this fall with the opening of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center on Livingston Avenue.

Transportation Current & Future

Princeton Future addresses Transit on Demand while the state address the upcoming closure of Alexander Road for bridge replacements.

PPPL Developing More Efficient Satellite Thruster

A tiny satellite under construction at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory could open new horizons in space exploration.

New Art Space to Launch in Trenton

A trio of local developers is partnering with Isles, Trenton Downtown Association, and the City of Trenton to renovate the former Studios @ 219 at 219 Hanover Street to create a new gallery, artist studio space, and coworking space for creative entrepreneurs.

Freddie’s Tavern Closes

A little more than three years after new ownership took over Freddie’s Tavern, the restaurant in West Trenton has closed — for now.

Poll Says Offensive Workplace Comments are Down

Offensive comments in the workplace — including those about gender, race, sexual orientation, and religion — are down in New Jersey since 2017, according to the fourth annual New Jersey State of Diversity Survey.

Trending Stories

Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus