The Association for Women in Science of New Jersey is holding an entrepreneurship challenge event that will award $5,000 for the best business plan.
Imagine going to the mailbox and finding a letter that someone wrote out of the blue telling you how much they appreciate you and why. How would you react?
Whether or not the job apocalypse ever comes, or if help from the government ever arrives, workers need to be ready to work in a business world in which AI is an increasingly prominent feature.
Veteran reporter Steve Kornacki, a national political reporter for MSNBC and NBC, discusses the Democratic primary at the Princeton Public Library on Wednesday, January 8.
Nicole Smith offers advice for anyone who wants to support a good cause: “Basically, turn something you love into a fundraiser,” she says.
IXP Corporation’s bread and butter has been operating 911 call centers for local governments, and CEO Bill Metro has learned a lot about successful public-private partnerships in the two decades that he and COO Larry Consalvos have run the company.
A bill making its way through the state legislature has the potential to greatly alter who is considered a freelance worker in New Jersey.
Steve Isaacs will talk about his experiences in teaching game design and development at a free meeting of the Princeton ACM/IEEE on Thursday, December 12.
How much should your life science startup worry about being hacked? Should you carry insurance? How much of your resources should you devote to cybersecurity?
Harriet Stein speaks on “Mind Full or Mindful? Decluttering the Busy Leader’s Mind” at a dinner meeting of the Human Resources Management Association on Monday, December 9.