Thursday, April 9, 2020

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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...

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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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Pros and Cons Of Family LeaveThis fall the New Jersey Legislature is expected to consider a paid family leave mandate that would affect virtually all businesses in New Jersey....

Without Cell Phone?

In the classic 1956 sci-fi thriller, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, people in a small California town start complaining that their loved ones have somehow been replaced by impostors...

CASA Volunteering:‘Gratifying’ Work

Today in New Jersey there are tens of thousands of children who are trying to grow up without the care and attention of their birth parents, without the consistent...

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Bob Hillier, 69, who has just merged his architectural firm with a Scottish conglomerate, making it one of the largest in the country, is much too busy for retirement....

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Fostering creativity among technical professionals is certainly on the minds of managers today, particularly in industries where research and development play a crucial role. Yet in a survey of...

Trending Stories

Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus