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.

Pitfalls to Avoid in Determining Charities to Support

In reviewing IRS forms don’t make the erroneous assumption that charities that spend the least on fundraising and administration are the best because they will have more funds for programs.

Time to Address ‘Period Poverty’

I’ve been up to my ears in tampons for the last six months. No, this isn’t some kind of fetish. It’s in connection with the Princeton Period Project, the newest community-support initiative of Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen.

The Perfect Company: Aumann AG

In this column, Glenn Paul will suggest potential attributes of “perfect companies” and individual stocks that might be worthy investments.

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 Benefits of Blogging

David Schuchman discusses the difference blogging can make in terms of search visibility, generating leads, promoting my business, and validating my experience and professionalism.

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.

Halpern: Westminster Choir College Takeover Built on Shaky Finances

In a recent filing with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Beijing Kaiwen Dexin Education Technology Co., Ltd. was required to provide supplemental information about its purchase of Westminster Choir College.

Livingston: Kaiwen Is the Right Buyer for Westminster Choir College

The school will still be called Westminster Choir College and it won’t move from the leafy campus in Prince­ton, home since 1934.

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.

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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.