JCP&L donates 83K pounds of food to local organizations in wake of Tropical Storm...

Following Tropical Storm Isaias, Jersey Central Power & Light, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., said on Friday it donated more than 83,000 pounds of food to 10 food banks and religious organizations throughout New...

Newark Museum chooses new director

The Newark Museum has named a new director and CEO, who will take the reins of the organization in January. Linda Harrison, director and CEO of the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco...

Want to listen better? Ace interrogator offers tips … for business, not just counterterrorism

Eric Maddox, an infantry paratrooper, jumpmaster and Ranger in the Army for nearly a decade, said he was serving as a Chinese Mandarin linguist in Los Angeles in 2003 when he received orders to...

Murphy announces A.C. job training program

Gov. Phil Murphy announced Thursday the creation of a full-time job training program focused on the culinary and hospitality industry. The program, which will receive startup funding from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development,...

Bumper crop: Jersey Jack Pinball is thriving on old-school gamers’ love for its artisanal...

In an age when “Fortnite” and “Minecraft” rule — and one in which gaming companies are looking for the next “Pokemon” or “FarmVille” — Jack Guarnieri is going old school: Pinball machines. Guarnieri, founder and CEO...

At ROI-NJ’s Food Summit, experts discuss rise, repercussions of CBD

Contrary to popular belief — and some false marketing claims — the federal “Farm Bill” of 2018 did not legalize cannabidiol, or CBD, nationwide. “We’ve seen a lot of strategic alliances and partnerships between companies...

JCP&L’s Morano one of six to earn lifetime achievement honor from Boys Scouts

Ron Morano, senior communications representative for First Energy/Jersey Central Power & Light, was one of six Morris County Lifetime Achievement Award honorees celebrated by the area chapter of the Boy Scouts of America on...

For Cure Auto, Super Bowl ads create buzz, business

At Princeton-based Cure Auto Insurance, the creative process for its now annual controversial Super Bowl ads begin right after the conference title games — or just two weeks before they will air to the...

TD survey finds millennial couples are more transparent about money, delay house buying and...

More than a third (34 percent) of U.S. consumers reported living paycheck-to-paycheck is the biggest barrier when it comes to meeting financial goals, according to the TD Bank's Love and Money Survey. The survey, which...

Finding a voice: Group aims to help Asian Americans’ influence in N.J. match their...

It was only last year that a few committed business leaders and academics came together to form New Jersey’s first organization dedicated to elevating the voices of Asian Americans across the Garden State. The group,...

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Investment firm hires CEO for health care portfolio company

Ignite Venture Studio, a Princeton-based investment company focused on the digital health and beauty sectors, has hired a CEO for a new portfolio company...