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Are we taking this seriously enough? No … Expert’s data bears that out

Some examples are obvious. There have been multiple weddings in Lakewood, which appears to be the epicenter of knuckleheaded behavior — and then...

Suspend all rent payments? This might be a better idea

The idea sounds easy. And right. Put a moratorium on mortgages — both for individuals and companies — and then work with the national mortgage...


Sullivan hopes EDA’s new loans and grants (yes, grants) can be a 1st step back

As the CEO of the state’s Economic Development Authority, Tim Sullivan has access to all the unemployment numbers and the results of the quick-hit...

Another shocking risk for health care workers treating coronavirus that needs to be protected

We are in an unprecedented global pandemic and recognize the leadership of state officials as they work around the clock to lead us through these...


COVID-19 and your remote operation: Establishing, maintaining secure workspace

The past week has pushed businesses and employees into uncharted waters. Companies in “essential” and “non-essential” categories alike have...

10 tips on video conference preparedness — and etiquette

It’s Day 3 of Week 2 of the new normal. Which means you’re getting used to working from home — and communicating on video calls. Don’t...


N.J.’s manufacturers are eager and ready to help — but face many obstacles

Suuchi Ramesh, founder and CEO of Suuchi Inc., is like thousands of manufacturers in the state of New Jersey. (Yes, there are thousands.) “We...

Generation next: Crisis shows public policy grad student how people matter more than numbers

Ryan Jeter is amazed by the happenstance. “It’s the like the classroom coming to life,” he said. Jeter, a master’s student at Rutgers...


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