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New slogan for Atlantic City: Live, learn and earn

Many stakeholders in Atlantic City give credit to the “Do AC” campaign for helping the gaming industry get back on its feet following the...

The Phoenix Center: Helping students with disabilities reach their full potential

Origin The Phoenix Center was founded in 1991 by Geraldine A. Gibbia and Douglas Berrian with 16 students and 12 staff. Today, under the leadership...


When Mom is the CEO: Entrepreneurs describe how they juggle raising family, building business

Jill Johnson said if an event isn’t on the shared family Google calendar, she cannot make any guarantees regarding the management and...

At Rutgers conference, women entrepreneurs share their money lessons

Lucy Sorrentini said she founded her business with the same money mindset she used to handle her finances at home. That, she said, was a...


Centenary president leaving at end of academic year

Centenary University President David Haney has resigned after just over two years on the job, the school announced over the weekend. Haney said he...

UTI opens first N.J. school, with goal of training up to 800-plus mechanics a year

Jerome Grant, the chief operating officer of Universal Technical Institute — a school that provides specialty training to be an automotive...


Don’t let artificial intelligence take your job (Sponsored Content: Rutgers Business School)

To re-skill or up-skill is no longer the question. Companies are automating more and more jobs that could replace up to 33 percent of the U.S....

Leadership panel encourages women to be active, in politics and in business

More than 431 women filed to run for national elected office this year, Angela Harrington said. “That is the largest number of women in the...


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