ROI-NJ presents the online edition of its July 13, 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 July 13, 2020, issue:

The July 13, 2020, stories:

Jingoli happy to be bringing patrons, jobs back to A.C.: Hard Rock co-owner talks about reopening’s benefits

The new plan and the sea: New Jersey hopes massive investment in Wind Port will pay off in thousands of renewable energy jobs

Defying science … With so many other (reasonable and necessary) restrictions, it’s hard to explain how kids (and teachers and parents) will be safe when the state reopens schools this fall

All-in-one: Lavallette tech firm NYNJA aims to help businesses streamline remote communication

Doubling down: For Horizon and partners, pandemic has only strengthened resolve to solve health issues around social determinants

Opening act: Holloway begins Rutgers presidency by addressing pandemic, global reckoning on race

Holloway: ‘I’m proud that I now have the privilege and the responsibility to lead an institution that is committed to making the world better’

Career Classroom: Plum job — Morris County students get head start on high-paying, high-demand career

Caldwell welcome: University greets Whelan, 9th president, with surprise drive-by parade

Focus On … Energy

Editor’s Desk: When your American dream starts to look a little different

Op-Ed: Mental health resources available for workers

Show & Tell: Windowed working — dividing your day into distinct ‘windows’ of business and personal time

Tech Trends: Money’s out there — Contract management startup Malbek closes $3M Osage round during pandemic

Op-Ed: AG’s probe of nursing home negligence is badly needed

Snaps & Snippets: A welcomed change — University Hospital unveils new patient registration area

Focus On … Millennials

Nonprofit Profile: Medford Arts Center, keeping arts flourishing while transitioning online