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The investment website 24/7 Wall Street claims in a report that the Trenton statistical area, which includes the Route 1 corridor, holds the honor of being New Jersey’s drunkest city region, as measured by Centers for Disease Control statistics.
The site compiled data from a 2015 CDC survey, which defined “binge drinkers” as women who had four or more drinks in one session, or men who downed five or more. “Heavy drinkers” were those who had 15 or more drinks a week.
“In Trenton, 18.2 percent of adults report binge or heavy drinking, a slightly larger share than across New Jersey and the country as a whole,” the report said.
“According to the CDC, excessive alcohol consumption is more likely among households earning $75,000 or more per year. Trenton, one of the highest income areas in the country, fits this pattern. The median household income in the Trenton statistical area of $72,417 a year is roughly in line with the state median income but well above the national median income of $55,775 annually.”
The poll was taken before the 2016 presidential election.
MicroBilt Corporation, 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, Suite 208, Princeton 08540. 770-218-4400, www.micorbilt.com.
MicroBilt has moved from Suite 102 at 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, where it was located along with Manhattan Management, to Suite 208.
The company provides risk assessment services for companies engaged in lending, leasing, and collections. It has been in business for 35 years and is headquartered in Kennesaw, Georgia.
Orthobond, 671 Route 1 South, Technology Center of NJ, Suite B, North Brunswick 08902. 732-729-6235. Charles Ryan, CEO. www.orthobond.com.
The medical device and biopharmaceutical company announced that Charles S. Ryan is joining the company as CEO and a member of the board. Marc Burel will be president and COO and will remain on the Board. Ryan previously worked at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where he was vice president and general counsel. Before that he worked at Forest Laboratories, which was acquired by Actavis in July, 2014. He has spent his career in the medical device industry and has led teams in various companies including ProMed, Inc. and Osteotech.
“Orthobond is at an important juncture in its history, with major advances recently with our platform technology and the company beginning to advance the commercial efforts in the organization. We are delighted to have Charles and Marc lead the organization to execute the strategic plan of the company,” said Gregory E. Lutz, company co-founder and board chair.
“Charles is a seasoned executive in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries and has excelled in two companies that launched several products, creating significant shareholder value. Marc has worked extensively in the medical device industry and has built a strong reputation in bringing innovative technologies to this industry. Together they complement each other and create a leadership team capable to negotiating several important transactions.”
Bristol Investments, Canal Pointe Boulevard, Princeton.
Bristol Investments, a private financial company, has left its Canal Pointe Boulevard office. Phone calls to its listed number were not answered. Its website lists additional offices in the Cayman Islands; Wilmington, Delaware; and Westminster, Massachusetts.
Kremers-Urban LLC, 902 Carnegie Center, Suite 360, Princeton.
Kremers-Urban LLC, a distributor of generic pharmaceutical drugs, has left its Carnegie Center office and is now located in Philadelphia. Lannet, a Philadelphia-based company, bought Kremers-Urban in 2015 for $1.2 billion. (U.S. 1, September 9, 2015.) Kremers, a subsidiary of Belgium-based UCB, owns a factory in Indiana where it makes generic versions of Lipitor and other widely used pharmaceuticals.
Dell EMC Data Domain, 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, Suite 205, Princeton 08540. 408-980-4800. Ben Zhu, chief research officer. www.datadomain.com.
Data Domain, a company that makes enterprise data backup systems, has changed its name to Dell EMC Data Domain.
Nancy Scott Amick, 85, on October 31. She worked on thin films at RCA Laboratories and in her retirement volunteered at Recording for the Blind and revived the nonprofit Princeton Braillists.
Nicholas Greenbaun, 80, on November 7. He was a math professor at the College of New Jersey, retiring in 2010.
Theodore Kompa Sr., 73, on November 12. He ran his own commercial finance company, Business Alliance Capital Corporation, retiring in 2008 to become a consultant for the Commercial Finance Association.
Jerald Roehling, 73, on October 26. He was a lawyer for RCA, later becoming vice president of licensing when GE took over, working out of its Princeton office. His obituary said: “Skip the flowers and the contributions. Instead, take someone you love out for a drink or ice cream and tell them how much it means to have them in your life. Jerry would have done the same.”
Barbara Rauscher Stanton, 63, on November 4. She founded Fledermaus Decorative Arts in New Hope, selling antiques and costume jewelry, later moving the store to Lambertville. She also purchased Heritage Lighting in Lambertville. She graduated from Rutgers in 2015 with a bachelor’s in political science after attending night classes for 19 years.
Roger Shaler, 74, on November 12. He was a tool and die maker for Roller Bearing in West Trenton.