“Data is the new oil,” goes the accepted wisdom. Data is even better than oil, though, because it doesn’t get used up.
Holiday marketing is just one of many small business marketing challenges.
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.
We had a good idea that was significantly improving the lives of the handful of teens at Princeton Learning Cooperative, we just needed more people to know about it.
Surely the Lindbergh baby kidnapping (U.S. 1, April 6) is to greater Princeton what the John F. Kennedy assassination is to Dallas. Both were sensational local crimes that became...
A proposed law to encourage large utility-scale solar projects without provisions to keep it off our best farmland and open space is a bad idea, no matter how well intentioned it may be.
How do we market our books in the age of Covid-19? The first thing is to recognize that while it may be harder to find an audience, you also will have people who really need your book right now.
Today the “shining city on a hill” has all but disappeared from view. Donald Trump never uses it. That tells us something. Today the ups and downs of this resonant phrase give us a revealing insight into our present political moment.
Editor’s Note: Bill Lane, author of “Jacked Up: The Inside Story of How Jack Welch Talked GE Into Becoming the World’s Greatest Company,” served as Welch’s speechwriter for 20...
The single best predictor of success is not family background, intelligence, education, height, or appearance. It’s your health.