ROI-NJ presents the online edition of its May 25, 2020, issue

Since most of you are not in your offices due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the May 25 print edition of ROI-NJ is being delivered electronically, so you can either scroll through the pages below or click the links that follow to see our coverage as it appears digitally. Thanks for your continued support of ROI-NJ and our advertisers. — Tom Hughes and Tom Bergeron, ROI-NJ

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The May 25, 2020, issue:

The May 25, 2020, stories:

Underserved community welcomes bigger grant program: EDA increases eligibility of $50M fund for small businesses

Residual impact of COVID-19: ‘This is a frontline caregivers’ disease’ … Psychological impact on those caring for COVID patients — starting with fear of catching virus themselves — is top concern of hospital leaders (Editor’s Desk)

Guarini’s impact: Benefactor’s latest gift to NJCU — and Jersey City — helps complete funding for school’s performing arts center

Youth movement: Their all-girls high school was going to close. So, they convinced famed all-boys school to open its doors

Finding PPE is just start of long game: Starting questions … how much of order will be filled, when will it arrive … and will it fit properly? Then, there’s cost

Special report: The New Jersey Devils

People first: Workplace experience specialist says post-COVID changes won’t just be about physical space, but behavior

BofA contributes $1M to LSC’s SciTech Scity

Growth and change: Upper Montclair startup Inkbench beefs up team, makes collaboration product free to nonprofits for 6 months (Tech Trends)

Focus On … Hospitality

Into the breach: N.J.’s vocational-technical graduates step onto front lines of COVID-19 battle (Career Classroom)

Op-Ed: My money is on Atlantic City

Op-Ed: Keeping B2B dollars in N.J. will help everyone

Show & Tell: Companies’ potential needs from property managers

Focus On … Cybersecurity

Op-Ed: How nonprofits can cope during COVID-19 pandemic