ROI-NJ presents the online edition of its Nov. 2, 2020, issue

We are pleased to present the electronic version of ROI-NJ’s latest print issue. 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 Nov. 2, 2020, issue:

The Nov. 2, 2020, stories:

What if we find COVID vaccine … and people won’t take it? Hospital CEOs applaud Murphy’s efforts, but worry residents may be fearful — or confused

Car wars: Sponsors of N.J., federal bills — and their champion, CURE’s Eric Poe — target common factors in auto insurance rates that they say are discriminatory

Editor’s Desk — More than money: Why EY’s Entrepreneurs Access Network could have real impact on Black, Latinx founders in N.J.

Future vision: HMH head says system is preparing for post-COVID tomorrow — while dealing with (growing) COVID-19 issues of today

Familiar faces: For retired N.J. Supreme Court Justice Timpone, new job at boutique Newark law firm is chance to reconnect

Forgive and fuhgeddaboudit: Complexity of Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness applications has companies — and their accountants — reeling

Career Classroom — Work and learn: County colleges, vocational schools pledge to expand consortiums

Tech Trends — Speaking the language: Somerset-based WhizAI gets $4M to make business intelligence easy for pharma, life sciences

Snaps & Snippets — Keeping holidays bright: N.J. company joins forces with Toys for Tots to empower holiday giving through virtual toy drive

Focus On … Banking

Op-Ed — Technology fills void at long-term living communities

Op-Ed — Who will show up to vote in 2020 election?

Show & Tell — New commissioner of education talks about hopes for her new role

Nonprofit Profile — HOPE Sheds Light, founded in grief, helping through hope