#b#New in Town#/b#

Realty Mark, 163 Cranbury Road, Suite 100, Princeton Junction 08550; 609-716-8400, Rachna Luthra, broker associate.

Realty Mark, a residential real estate brokerage firm, opened an office on Cranbury Road in February. The office is the company headquarters, with about six employees. An additional 22 people work at a branch office in Marlton.

Dextro Software Systems Inc., 14 Washington Road, Building 5, Princeton 08540; 609-297-1297. www.dextroinc.com.

Dextro Software, an IT services and outsourcing company, has opened an office at 14 Washington Road. The company also has offices in Houston, San Jose, and Hyderabad, India.

Idols Inc., 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 1023, Plainsboro 08536; 609-853-0015. Shibu Khazani, owner. www.idolsinc.com.

IT company Idols Inc. was founded in January and opened an office on Plainsboro Road, with four employees. Owner Shibu Khazani said the firm is planning to open a second office near San Francisco.

#b#Expansions#/b#

Investors Bank, 4287 Route 1 South, Monmouth Junction 08852; 609-897-8100; fax, 609-897-8137. Nandini Bardhan, assistant VP and branch manager. www.myinvestorsbank.com.

RomAsia, subsidiary of Roma Bank, has changed its name to Investors Bank following Investors’ 2013 acquisition of Roma.

Short Hills-based Investors Bank bought Roma for $452 million in an all-stock deal that was finalized in December, almost a year after it was announced.

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

Compass Lexecon, 105 College Road East, Princeton 08540-1437; 609-279-0600; fax, 609-279-0201. Peter Bronsteen, president. www.econgroup.com.

The Princeton office of consulting group Compass Lexecon, which was formerly Princeton Economics Group, has moved from State Road to College Road East.

The consulting company, which advises clients on issues of economics, was purchased by Compass Lexecon last April (U.S. 1, May 22, 2013). Founder Peter Bronsteen remains with the company, and there were no major staffing changes.

Epocrates, 200 Princeton South Corporate Center, Suite 340, Ewing 08628; 609-583-1431. Andrew Hurd, president and CEO. www.epocrates.com.

Epocrates, a developer of mobile medical software, is moving from 200 Princeton South Corporate Center to 502 Carnegie Center at the end of March. The company makes reference materials including diagnostic manuals, drug interaction references, and anatomy books, accessible with smartphones and tablet computers.

#b#Name Changes#/b#

Crow & Cushing, 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, Suite 214, Princeton 08540; 609-252-9015; fax, 609-252-9019. Charles S. Crow, www.ccrow.com.

Crow & Associates, a law firm on Canal Pointe Boulevard, has changed its name to Crow & Cushing.

Mercury Media, 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, Suite 216, Princeton 08540; 609-921-0400; fax, 609-921-0491. Keith Kochberg, president, digital. www.mercurymedia.com.

Canal Pointe Boulevard-based marketing company iMarketing has been acquired by Santa Monica-based Mercury Media. According to a press release by Mercury, which is a TV ad agency, the company bought iMarketing because of its digital focus.

iMarketing was founded in 1999 by Keith Kochberg, who grew it into a company that billed more than $30 million a year from clients such as Dow Jones, Barclays, Yahoo!, and American Express Publishing.

#b#Leaving Town#/b#

Onyx Management LLC, 150 College Road, Suite 150, Princeton.

Onyx Management, an equities company based in Woodbridge, has closed its College Road office. The company has branches in Woodbridge, Rutherford, Philadelphia, and Jericho, New York.

Proquest Investments, 90 Nassau Street, Fourth Floor, Princeton.www.proquestvc.com.

Proquest Investments, a venture capital firm specializing in healthcare management, has moved to Naples, Florida.

#b#Deaths#/b#

Donald Albert Pickering on March 2. A 1946 graduate of Tufts Dental School, he was a founding partner of the Princeton Dental Group and a dental consultant to Princeton University.

Charles Inman, 67, on March 20 from injuries sustained when his car was hit from behind by a truck. The director of the South River Distribution Center in East Brunswick, Inman was also the founder of the Battle Against Hunger bike tour, which in 11 years has raised $650,000 for organizations including the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, Rescue Mission of Trenton, and the Crisis Ministry. He appeared on the cover of U.S. 1’s September 1, 2010, issue.

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