Sam Walton vs. You

Business tools are like diets. In the right hands, applied the right way, they all work. Roaming throughout central Jersey and across the globe, Bart Jackson has spent the...

Why Christie Was Wrong

The opinion column below was submitted prior to Governor Chris Christie’s decision to drop his appeal of the court ruling that allowed same sex marriages in New Jersey beginning...

Straightforward Answers for Everyday Life

Peter Stimpson has been a counselor since 1972, and has served as the director of Trinity Counseling Service since 1989. Since 1983 he has written advice columns for various...

Thirteen Things They Don’t Teach You About Marriage

The day this print edition comes out, June 15, 2011, is my 13th wedding anniversary. As good a reason as any to make my case that knowledge is power.If...

The Life and Death of Buildings

As an architect specializing in projects that involve cultural and institutional landmarks (I have worked on an addition to the New Jersey State House and the upcoming renovation of...

Leadership Lessons from the Presidential Campaign

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...

A Huge Victory for Preserved Land in NJ and Beyond

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Penn­East’s claim that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission can delegate its authority to condemn state lands to a private company.

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.

When Home Falls Between the Cracks

We can call her Miss H. Amazingly Miss H. has lived outside in Princeton, New Jersey, for 20 or more years. I know for several years she had a...

Corporate Philanthropy’s New Challenge

by Jennifer Brunelle and Amy KleinHow can corporations large and small stay connected nationally and support the local communities where their employees live and work?NRG and VolunteerConnect are noticing...

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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.