NJWeedman: Who Benefits from New Weed Law?

This industry is being formed largely by politically connected rich Caucasians who aren’t even part of the marijuana culture. I call them “cannabaggers.

The Perfect Company: Universal Display Corporation

It was a slow night at the Franklin Institute. Three of us watched chief astronomer Derrick Pitts explain the importance of Galileo’s telescopes to George Takei, who played Mr....

Vision Zero: A Comprehensive Re-Thinking of Road Safety

Vision Zero is a comprehensive re-thinking of road safety that brings everyone to the table to systematically prevent crashes and reduce crash severity — just like airline and railroad crashes.

The Perfect Company: TerraCycle

The public has an appetite for TerraCycle and its mission. Globally, 14 articles are written about TerraCycle every day.

Generation Z’s Payment Habits Will Be Transformative

Generation Z (Gen Z), those born after 1995, is poised to be the largest and most influential generation to date.

Murphy Must Commit to Local Journalism

On March 5 Governor Phil Murphy delivered a budget speech outlining his vision for the upcoming fiscal year. Absent from the governor’s list of priorities was his prior commitment to fully fund the Civic Information Consortium.

Assaults on Charities

There are some worrisome signs on the horizon for nonprofits. Supporting and nurturing them should be one of America’s first priorities.

The Perfect Company: Ennis

Ennis has underperformed the market, which seems like a bad thing until you consider what happened recently to companies that have outperformed the market: they fell between 20 to 50 percent.

The Perfect Company: Skechers

Skechers has been as high as $51 in 2015 before problems with its walking shoes led to suits and missed sales targets.

The Perfect Company: When a Stock is Like a Model Rocket

If a stock is like a model rocket, now is the time to look for payloads that are about to take off.

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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.