The following stories were originally published in the April 17, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Aaron Mayer will discuss his startups Impact Labs and Enigma at the Startup Grind networking group on Thursday, April 18, at 6 p.m. at Tigerlabs at 252 Nassau Street.
On her new Princeton TV show, “We the People,” Geeta Chopra interviews politicians and prominent community members to discuss local current events.
Rider University will host alumnus and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Craig Carpenito, Class of 1996, on Wednesday, April 24.
A hidden camera discovered in a company’s restroom launched a 10-year legal battle that has involved seemingly everyone except for the accused videotaper.
As consumer electronics companies sell more and more devices that connect to the Internet — everything from fridges to toilets to doobells — it’s worth wondering who is watching the devices that are watching us.
Billtrust, a payment company, has launched a business-to-business collections product and in a separate transaction, has acquired Second Phase, a software company in Boulder, Colorado.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation has hired Marcia Shackleford as chief philanthropy officer.
Caliper is partnering with the University of Central Florida and Dr. Reddy’s has acquired a portfolio of new drugs.
“It’s the wild west” is the phrase I often heard from investors in cannabis.