Netelixir Inc., 3 Independence Way, Suite 203, Princeton 08540; 609-356-5112; fax, 609-683-9633. Udayan Bose, founder & CEO. www.netelixir.com.
NetElixir has moved its company headquarters to 3 Independence Way from 474 Wall Street.
The company provides search engine marketing services and technology solutions. It also has locations in New York, London, Denmark, and India.
WSP Sells, 3 AAA Drive, Suite 203, Hamilton 08691; 609-584-0050; fax, 609-584-2232. Robert Maschke, project engineer. www.wspgroup.com.
Engineering firm WSP Sells has moved from 2445 Kuser Road to 3 AAA Drive in Hamilton. The company provides transportation engineering services including for bridges, highway, and infrastructure projects.
Kinetix Trading Solutions, 1 Independence Way, Suite 402, Princeton 08540; 609-951-9800; fax, 609-228-1286. Amit Karande, owner. www.kinetixtt.com.
Kinetix Trading Solutions has moved from Overlook Drive in Monroe to 1 Independence Way. The company provides technology solutions to capital market firms.
Certified Financial Services LLC, 425 Amwell Road, Hillsborough; 908-829-4839; Steven Mooney, manager. www.cfsllc.com.
Certified Financial Services has moved from 600 Alexander Road to 425 Amwell Road in Hillsborough. The company provides financial and insurance services.
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Macleods Pharma USA Inc., 666 Plainsboro Road, Building 200, Suite 203, Plainsboro 08536; 609-269-5250; Patricia O’Malley, director of sales operations. www.macleodspharma.com.
Macleods Pharma has located its United States corporate office in Princeton Meadows office center. The India-based pharmaceutical manufacturer opened its office at 666 Plainsboro Road in March, according to Patricia O’Malley, director of sales operations.
NovoPath Inc., 32 Jefferson Plaza, Suite A, Princeton 08540; 732-329-3209; Fouad Youssef, director. www.novopath.com.
NovoPath, a provider of software and services for anatomic pathology laboratories, opened an office at 32 Jefferson Plaza.
The company’s products include: NovoPath lab management software; NovoOutreach, an information exchange solution to electronically receive requests and transmit results to clinicians; NovoVoice, digital transcription software; and NovoBilling, in-house billing software.
Insmed Inc., 9 Deer Park Drive, Princeton Corporate Plaza IV, Suite 9-C, Monmouth Junction 08852-1923; 732-997-4600; fax, 732-438-9435. Will Lewis, CEO/president. www.insmed.com.
Insmed, based in Monmouth Junction, sold about 6.3 million shares of its common stock to certain affiliates of Ayer Capital, RA Capital, and Quaker Partners, at a price of $4.07 per share — the closing bid price on the NASDAQ Capital Market on September 27. Gross proceeds to Insmed amounted to $25.7 million.
The biopharmecuetical company said it also expects to offer up to an additional $2 million of stock to an investor. Insmed expects to close that offer before October 31, and the price will be based on the most recent consolidated closing bid price at that time. The company had about 24.9 million shares outstanding as of August 3.
Insmed develops inhaled pharmaceuticals for the site-specific treatment of serious lung infections. Earlier this year, the company named Will Lewis president and CEO to replace Tim Whitten, who resigned. Donald Hayden Jr., who was appointed executive chairman in May, also returned to his role as chairman.
Grand Bank, National Association, 2297 Route 33, Hamilton 08690; 609-514-3900. Mark A. Wolters, president and CEO. www.grandbk.com.
Hamilton Based Grand Bank NA has entered into an agreement to sell its residential lending subsidiary to Rushmore Loan Management Services based in Irvine, CA.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2012 or the first quarter of 2013.
The bank is also constructing a new branch on Route 33, with a temporary branch at 1905 Route 33, Suite 2, in Hamilton.
KC Energy Group, 1 Union Street, Suite 208, Robbinsville; www.kcenergygroup.com.
KC Energy, a company focusing on wholesale and retail petroleum sales, has moved from its office on Union Street in Robbinsville.
No one answers the company’s main phone number, its fax line has been disconnected, and its website is down. The space has been taken over by a new office for Becker Nose & Sinus Center, which also has locations in Princeton, Sewell, and Voorhees.
Manpower Temporary Services (MAN), 212 Carnegie Center, Suite 108, Princeton 08540; Kevin Cotte, branch manager. www.manpower.com.
Manpower Temporary Services, an employment agency, has vacated its office in 212 Carnegie Center.
Branch manager Kevin Cotte said that the company closed its offices in Princeton and Iselin and consolidating them into a new office at the end of October in Wick Plaza on Route 1, Edison. There is no new phone number for the location, but anyone calling Manpower’s old number will be forwarded to the new location.
Holt International Children’s Services, 340 Scotch Road, Trenton; 609-882-4972; fax, 609-883-2398. www.holtintl.org.
Holt International Children’s Services has moved from 340 Scotch Road to 3466 Progress Drive, Suite 110, in Bensalem, PA. Contact information remains the same for New Jersey families.
Holt is an adoption agency headquartered in Eugene, OR, that specializes in international adoptions of children from Haiti, Ethiopia, Uganda, India, Thailand, Mongolia, China, South Korea, Philippines, and Vietnam.
Triton Info Tech Inc, 300 Alexander Park www.tritoninfotech.com.
Triton Info Tech Inc., an India-based IT company focused on the fashion and garment industries, has vacated its office at 300 Alexander Park. The company’s phone number has been disconnected and its website lists no location information.
Johnson Jones Architects – Planners, 4365 Route 1 South, Princeton; 609-924-0345; fax, 609-924-1379. George E. Jones, president. www.johnsonjones.com.
The Johnson Jones architectural firm has closed its office at 4365 Route 1 south and moved operations to its office in Newark, according to George Jones, company president. The address there is 40 Clinton Street, Suite 300. Phone calls are being forwarded to the Newark office.
Gertrude Dubrovsky, 86 on October 13. Dubrovsky grew up in the Jewish farming community of Farmingdale, the subject of her book, “The Land Was Theirs.”
Her other books are “Kentucky,” a translation of the Yiddish poem by I.J. Schwarz, and “Six From Leipzig,” an account of six kindertransport cousins.
Patricia Phipps Jones, 83, on October 9. She worked as a travel agent at Kuller Travel of Princeton.
Anna Taffa, 88, on October 11. She worked at the Chapin School in Lawrenceville for more than 20 years.