Monday, May 25, 2020

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Advice you can use in your business and career

A Window Into the Ivory Tower

The research that goes on in Princeton University’s labs and libraries may seem opaque and esoteric, but for at least one day it will be accessible to a broad...

For State Incentives Call Lauren Moore

When Sandoz, a maker of generic prescription drugs based in Carnegie Center West was looking for a new headquarters last year, the company considered moving to Pennsylvania. Instead, it...

Princeton’s First Woman President Speaks Out

When Shirley Tilghman became president of Princeton University on June 15, 2001, it was a powerful symbolic moment: a great woman scientist taking her place as the first woman president in the university’s history.

Taste Science: Why No One Makes White Chocolate Pudding

Imagine taking a taste from a bowl filled with something red, sweet, and delicious. If you were asked to specify the flavor of the concoction, you would likely say...

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Weighing Ethical Issues In Testing Drugs AbroadPushing a new drug past the daunting scrutiny of the FDA and onto theshelves demands a typical outlay of $200 million. Average in...

Nurture a Culture, Build a Company

Here’s something you probably already know: All companies have their own internal culture.Now here’s something you probably never realized: company culture is not static. Subtly and imperceptibly over time,...

Linda Trignano Helps Fear #1: Public Speaking

Linda Trignano once had a fear of public speaking. And if the magazine Psychology Today is to be believed, polls consistently put the fear of addressing a group of...

Buildings Can Make You Sick (or Healthy)

Not many people think of architects as guardians of public health. This surprises Jason Kliwinski.“It says on our license that we’re to protect health, safety, and welfare,” he says....

Tax Appeal Time Approaches: Should You File?

Are your property taxes too high? If you live in New Jersey, probably the answer is yes and you can’t do anything about it. But if your home or...

Keeping Ahead Of The Cyber Criminals

On Friday, April 13, Global Payments’ previously rising stock plunged from $52 to $46. The drop came swiftly after the announcement that the major credit card payment processing company’s...

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The Fall of Icarus

You don’t expect to find insights into our troubled times from the Flemish Old Masters. But on a recent trip to Brussels I found myself wandering into the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.