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Health care delivery is evolving, for better or worse

While it is no surprise to anyone in the health care field, hospital mainframes are quickly evolving from the multilevel care model of yesteryear to...

Be a true ally: Tips for leaders in health care — and elsewhere — who want to be inclusive

As the first woman and person of color to rise to executive vice president at RWJBarnabas Health, one of the largest health care systems in the...


Embrace diversity: How NRBP is helping members understand inclusion

Last year, the Newark Regional Business Partnership surveyed its members to ascertain their thoughts and experiences with diversity, equity and...

‘These are real deals’: NJIT’s Nynens confident MOUs with top Indian organizations will bring companies to N.J.

Simon Nynens was excited last week. So much so, in fact, he said he even was looking forward to his 14-hour flight to New Delhi. As the head of...


Read ROI-NJ’s ROI Influencers: People of Color 2019 issue (September 16, 2019)

Read the September 16, 2019, issue of ROI-NJ, featuring the ROI Influencers: People of Color list, by clicking on the preview below. And to subscribe to our print edition or our other products, click...

Survivor’s story: Will Jimeno, 1 of 2 officers pulled from World Trade Center rubble, delivers powerful reminder of 9/11

As he lay there, trapped under a massive wall of concrete — unaware that it was part of the South Tower of the World Trade Center that had just...


Cashless society: What kind of future, and how inevitable?

On my recent trip to Sweden, I saw the cashless society in action. By one estimate, only 1% of the Swedish economy now operates on bills and coins....

NBPAC opens to a lot of fanfare — and a little mention of tax incentives that helped get it built (SLIDESHOW)

It was a statement said often Wednesday — but one worth repeating on the night the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center opened. “I don’t...


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