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On Thursday, June 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. a coalition of three dozen environmentally concerned groups will lobby legislators and hold a rally for clean energy at...

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During a Presidential election year when leadership, character, and vision are discussed in the media, business executives are naturally inclined to think more about their own management skills. Executives...

Inside the Gig Economy

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

Black Ice & Chilling Commercials

The predicted Snowmaggedon of 2015 never arrived in New Jersey, but that does not matter much when I find myself sprawling face-down on the parking-lot concrete next to my...

Putting Biotechnology In the Palm of Our Hands

Fifty years ago in Princeton I watched the mathematician John von Neumann designing and building the first electronic computer that operated with instructions coded into the machine....

SEO Best Practices for Website Domains

One of the first things you will do when getting started with your website is register a domain name.

Defend Public Health & Safety in State Budget

The Trump administration’s proposal to cut funding for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will directly impact federal safeguards for clean water, air, and natural resources in this state we’re...

The Perfect Company: High Tech, High Touch

Scientists call a haptic-enhanced experience “immersive.” The name of the leading haptic development company is Immersion Corporation.

Opt Outside on Black Friday

After a day of family and feasting on Thanksgiving, what will you do the next day?You could join the ever-escalating Black Friday shopping madness: malls at midnight, crowds stampeding...

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