Survival Guide

Advice you can use in your business and career

Starfish Global’s Oscar Moreno Offers Tips for Measuring Online Success

Ask Oscar Moreno what it takes for a small business owner to succeed, and he’ll tell you, “It’s all about the hustle.” And the hustle is all about making sure people know your business exists.

Logistics Legend Shares His Tactics

Logistics expert Nate Faust is the lead speaker at the Princeton Entrepreneurs’ Network Startup Conference/Competition on May 31.

Building a Business, Measure for Measure

On June 4 Fred Weber of Weber Scientific will lead a workshop on business growth strategies at a Princeton SCORE meeting held at the Plainsboro Public Library.

FBI: Foreign Spies Are Watching Your Business

Christopher Stangl will discuss economic espionage at the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, July 11

Fax Check: Behind NJ Politics’ Insider Newsletter

Nick Acocella's quirky newsletter, Politifax, delivers political goings-on in a chatty tone and is now entering its 23rd year.

Small Business’ Woman in Washington

Karen Kerrigan discusses the current state of entrepreneurship at the Princeton Chamber on June 13.

You vs. Your Brain

Natasha Sherman shares her advice on strategy, mindset, and coping mechanisms at the Professional Service Group of Mercer County meeting on June 14.

Change Your Attitude, Change Your Life – You’re Always Selling

We’re always selling. All of us, all the time. That’s how Joey Himelfarb sees it.

Alexandra M. Gonzalez is Designing for Innovation

We are all innovators, says Alexandra M. Gonzalez, founder and president of Savvy Marketers. We all have the potential but sometimes we need outside inspiration to unlock our creativity.

What Is a Diploma for?

A high school diploma is supposed to prepare high school graduates for college. But what exactly does that mean today, and how should those expectations affect policy and practices?

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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.