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Campbell Soup sells personalized nutrition business to health startup Viome

Viome, a Seattle-based health wellness startup, announced Wednesday it has reached an agreement to acquire the personalized nutrition service...

N.J. SHARES appoints four prominent execs to its board

New Jersey SHARES Inc., a Ewing-based nonprofit helping individuals and families who have trouble meeting their energy and utility needs, announced it has appointed four new members to its board of directors. “We are thrilled to welcome these...


‘Clere’ vision: McGuire hopes gallery will help artists and collectors, elevate Montclair’s reputation for arts

Kathryn Waggener McGuire said she moved into a “hotbed” of quality artistic work when she relocated from Brooklyn to Montclair with her family in...

Study: N.J. ranked among Top 3 states in U.S. benefiting from immigration economy

New Jersey is one of the Top 3 states in the nation benefiting from an immigration economy, according to a new study by WalletHub. The study,...


Hugs for Brady, fighting pediatric cancer with love and joy

Origin Sherrie and Michael Wells started the Hugs for Brady Foundation in 2009, shortly after their 13-month-old son, Brady Michael, was diagnosed...

Blue Nalu has distinct N.J. flavor: Ex-Rutgers food center head Cooperhouse is co-founder of ‘aquaculture’ venture

Lou Cooperhouse, the former co-founder, president and executive director of the Rutgers Food Innovation Center in Bridgeton, is embarking on his most...


Allowing sale of beer, wine at supermarkets has proven to spur economic growth

For far too long, we’ve groused about the antiquated laws that stymie business growth in New Jersey. With a new governor sworn in more than a...

No football? No problem, gaming expert says: Sports wagering will continue to rise in N.J.

Nick Amato has been around the casino industry long enough to be knowledgeable enough to make this statement: Even though the Super Bowl marks the...


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