Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Fast Lane

News from the business community

On the Move: The Meet Group, Trenton Health, and More

The founder of the Meet Group speaks at StartUp Grind, and Trenton Health Team is now a Regional Health Hub.

On the Move: Plasma Physics, YWCA Princeton, and More

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory have made advances this year towards the long-term goal of making fusion power a viable source of electricity.

Rider’s Sale of Westminster Called Off

Rider University has announced that Kaiwen Education Technology canceled its deal to purchase Westminster Choir College.

On the Move: Funding & Wages, Management Moves, Death

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released a detailed breakdown of the labor market in Mercer County.

Management Moves: Changing of the Guard at CMA

Christian Amato will become president of Creative Marketing Alliance, while founder Jeff Barnhart will stay on as CEO.

Deaths: William Bryce Thompson IV Dies at 87

Thompson was once one of the largest individual landowners in Princeton. He operated Thompson Management on Nassau Street starting in 1958.

On the Move: Lawsuits, Moves, and Deaths

CMA has a new managing director for marketing.

UIH Family Partners Gives Fathers Hope

As Father’s Day approaches, there are Mercer County fathers who through a variety of circumstance are unable to have the full experience of being a dad but are determined to find a way to interact with and be a part of their children’s life. UIH Family Partners in Trenton is a program that gives them that hope.

On the Move: Names Changes, Contracts, and Deaths

The Technology Center of New Jersey is now the New Jersey Bioscience Center.

New Complex Planned for Route 1

A new development of storefronts, a restaurant, an agricultural supply store, and an extended stay hotel is proposed for a site along the northbound side of Route 1 between the Square at West Windsor shopping center and the Princeton Service Center office complex.

Trending Stories

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.