ROI-NJ presents the online edition of its Nov. 30, 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. 30, 2020, issue:

The Nov. 30, 2020, stories:

Ignore shutdown rumors — Murphy: N.J. has more options than in spring

Wall green: Vertical horticulture system could be game-changer for N.J.’s growing cannabis industry

Editor’s Desk — Getting back on track: Why investing in nearly empty trains now is smart bet for future

COVID puts ‘surge’ … in plastic surgery: Not liking your look on Zoom — and knowing you won’t return to work anytime soon — leads to business boom for doctors such as Ramanadham

Leading the way: Siree Morris wants to build houses in Newark — and clear path for others. He reflects on his struggles to get to this point

Fear for the future: Grabowski, head of Harvest Restaurant Group, learned how quickly COVID-19 can shut you down — and questions whether any strategy can truly work

Focus On … Innovation

Snaps & Snippets — Securing its future: SJP completes overhaul of TIAA’s Metropark office

Everybody’s problem: Moratorium on utility shutoffs doesn’t mean bill forgiveness. Coming reckoning will impact (as in, raise bills for) everyone

Tech Trends — Good work: Amp Your Good sees increase in online food drives during COVID, starts helping ‘Stop the Bleed’ campaign

Op-Ed — NJBIA concerned: Cannabis legislation should not keep employers from drug-free workplace

Show & Tell — Will the novelty of video calls during the pandemic wear off?

Focus On … Technology

Watch out: COVID-19 is creating perfect storm for False Claims Act investigations