Kristin Peck to take over as CEO of Zoetis on Jan. 1

Kristin Peck will take over as CEO of Parsippany-based Zoetis on Jan. 1, the Fortune 500 company announced Thursday morning. Peck’s ascension is part of an orderly succession plan, the animal health company said. Juan...

Murphy vows to build N.J.’s stockpile of PPE for next health emergency

“The Road Back,” Gov. Phil Murphy’s six-point plan to restore the state’s economic health through public health, is about much more than just the COVID-19 pandemic. Murphy, when he presented the plan during his daily...

How Mack-Cali CEO is making health, wellness into top amenity in its properties

MaryAnne Gilmartin was named interim CEO at Mack-Cali Realty Corp. at the end of July — or, when New Jersey was between surges of the COVID-19 pandemic. And, while Gilmartin says she has no desire...

Thinking 3-D: Printer helps Overlook’s patients … and saves hospital money

Catheter-associated urinary tract infections are known as a hospital-acquired infection. It’s the type of thing that hospitals get graded on when it comes to quality and patient safety — for reports like the ones...

Increased indoor dining ruling met with swift response: It’s not enough

The reaction seemingly came within minutes of the announcement that indoor dining capacity in New Jersey had increased: When can it increase more? To be clear: Going from 25% capacity to 35% likely will be...

Mallinckrodt exec talks about inspiration, specialization at BioNJ’s Women in STEM event

It has been proven, Debbie Hart said, that companies with women throughout their organizations — including in higher-ranking positions — are more successful. “That is why today speaks directly to our commitment at BioNJ,” Hart,...

N.J. doubling number of medical marijuana dispensaries, to 12

Feeling the state’s six not-for-profit medical marijuana dispensaries will not be able to handle the needs of the program as it grows, the Department of Health and Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration announced a request...

Partner with N.J.’s leading infectious disease specialists

ID Care was founded in 1996 with the merger of two independent infectious disease practices. It is now the largest independent infectious disease practice on the East Coast, and the second-largest in the U.S....

Closer to home: N.J. physician practices are seeing more traffic — not less —...

It was anticipated COVID-19's spread would crunch the regular volume numbers for doctor's offices. After all, all eyes were on the virus. But, while physician groups affiliated with New Jersey’s larger health systems and hospitals...

Murphy rails against house parties, says they are key contributor to increase in COVID...

Gov. Phil Murphy tried to be understanding — and said he gets the fact that people of all ages are looking to blow off a little steam and hang out with friends. “I can’t fault...

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Executive Moves: JLL, Vonage and more

Executive Moves is an occasional feature on ROI-NJ.com describing some of the important personnel changes in the New Jersey business community. Reports are based...

NJPAC announces reopening — and that patrons must be vaccinated (or have a recent...

The New Jersey Performing Arts Center announced Friday it will reopen for in-person performances this summer — and that tickets will go on sale...

Today’s silly stock story: Deli in Paulsboro has $100M valuation

Here are a few numbers about Your Hometown Deli in Paulsboro: Sales: $35,748 (and that’s the past two years combined); Stock price: $9 (and...

4 reasons you should learn more about state’s Anchor Institution program

Perhaps overlooked in all of the provisions of the Economic Recovery Act of 2020 is the Community Anchor Institution Program. Developers, municipal leaders and...

Honoring the past, rebuilding the future: $94M Hinchcliffe project breaks ground

Major League Baseball is remembering Jackie Robinson this week. Thursday marked the 74th anniversary of Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier. Wednesday in Paterson, real estate and city officials...