Wednesday, October 23, 2019

China Rules: 1821-2008

For some time now, the notion of trade with China has danced like the proverbial sugar plum in the heads of both corporate and private American investors. The crude...

Privacy, Farewell! (And I’ll Pick Up the Rump Roast)

The Supreme Court has proclaimed that there is an absolute Right to Privacy hidden in the Constitution, one that apparently went unnoticed during the first two centuries of the...

Regulating Off-Duty Behavior Is Tricky

An employer in Massachusetts was recently sued by a newly hired employee for terminating him once they found out he was a smoker.The employer in this case has a...

Diversity Training Is Just Not Working

by John SarnoA major 2006 study of 31 years of data from 830 American companies found that most diversity training efforts are not only ineffective but counterproductive. They focus...

Interchange

A former newspaper reporter and magazine editor, Lee Seglem is assistant director of the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation (SCI) in Trenton and former board chairman at the...

Interchange

Phil Town, author of “Rule #1: The Simple Strategy for Successful Investing in Only 15 Minutes a Week,” (Three Rivers Press, 2006/2007, $14.95) is a keynote speaker at the...

Seizing Opportunity from Disaster

Ed Breen, CEO of Tyco, and Kathy Bloomgarden, co-CEO of Ruder Finn, one of the world’s largest public relations agencies, speak at the Princeton Chamber’s Fall Leadership Forum on...

Interchange

In recent weeks U.S. 1 has received several opinion pieces from a variety of advocacy groups regarding the public questions that will be on the ballot in the Tuesday,...

Interchange: Stem Cell Ballot Question

by Debbie HartAfter a long and challenging road, the New Jersey State Legislature approved legislation in June authorizing a $450 million bond referendum to support stem cell research. And...

What’s Frank Gehry Trying to Say?

The shape and scope of the Frank Gehry-designed Peter B. Lewis Science Library building at Princeton University is now clear. You might even suspect that the builders could just...

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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.