Fast Lane

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On the Move: Opportunity for Minority Business Owners, Management Moves, Deaths

The state seeks subcontractors for building project, and NJ SHARES names two new board members.

On the Move: Westminster, NJM, and More

A recently revealed provision in Rider University's agreement to sell Westminster Choir College allows the buyer to shut the school down under certain circumstances.

Princeton Chamber Absorbs Remains of MidJersey Chamber

The Princeton Regional Chamber is merging with the MidJersey Chamber of Commerce and becoming the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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.

NJEN Joins Princeton Chamber

The New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network, a nonprofit group that hosts events for the business community, has been merged into the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Business Association.

NJ to Operate Its Own Health Plan Market

Governor Phil Murphy has announced that New Jersey will operate its own “state-based health exchange” for health insurance starting in 2021.

Fast Lane: Fire Extinguisher Scam, Deaths

Princeton police said a man posing as a “fire extinguisher inspector” scammed hundreds of dollars from two Princeton coffee shops.

Expansions, Crosstown Moves, Deaths

Certara is partnering with the CDC on a data management program.

DOE Renews Contract with Plasma Physics Lab

Princeton University will continue to operate the Department of Energy's Plasma Physics Lab through at least 2022.

Noted Economist Krueger Dies at 58

Economist Alan Krueger died at age 58.

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.