ROI-NJ presents the online edition of its June 15, 2020, issue

Since most of you are not in your offices due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the June 1 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 June 15, 2020, issue:

The June 15, 2020, stories:

Seton Hall aiming to expand brand: Partnerships, affiliations — even acquisitions — likely

Off target? Murphy keeps telling businesses, ‘Data determines dates,’ but has he actually determined the data to use?

Editor’s Desk: Think it will be easy to reopen? Listen to companies that never closed

Bridging the digital divide: New e-commerce resource aims to help minority-owned businesses build necessary online presence

How opportunity led to watershed moment: Fabiana Pierre-Louis, first black woman nominated for N.J. Supreme Court, got her start in Seton Hall pre-law program built around Educational Opportunity Fund

Workplace expert: Why managers are big now, senior leaders will be important later

Veteran-owned companies say EDA grants will have big impact

Signing up: COVID-19 isn’t scaring away nursing students — some programs even seeing increase in interest

Tech Trends — Invaluable support: digitalundivided stands with black, Latinx entrepreneurs during COVID-19 financial crisis

Focus On … Global Companies

Cover story — Murphy’s one (specific) problem: Slogans are nice, but if you’re going to say, ‘Data determines dates,’ you need to say what data point you’re looking for

Race relationship expert: Renowned pastor Soaries puts recent events in proper perspective

Op-Ed: Land bank law could relieve stress on economy

Show & Tell: Reynertson talks about ‘Road to Recovery: Reforming New Jersey’s Income Tax Code’

Food Fella: Brewing up new products in Cape May

Career Classroom — Job one: Vocational-technical high school grads find employment despite tough economy

Focus On … Mergers & Acquisitions

Shifting into high gear: With families stuck at home, slot car company Carrera sees sales racing forward