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We launched a redesign of our print edition with this week's issue.

You will see changes in design style and fonts throughout the paper. We also are now breaking out deals transactions by three regions in New Jersey--north, central and south--beginning on page 27 of the print edition.

We have also dropped our State Street page to bring you Leaderboard, a page devoted to one successful company that is growing. You can see that on page 12 in this week's issue.

Credit for the redesign goes to Design Editor Rob Russo and Design Manager Andy Ogilvie. They spent a lot of time on this redesign for the past few months, and their work is appreciated.

I welcome any feedback you have about our redesign. You can email me at sharonw@njbiz.com or post a comment below.

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We launched a redesign of our print edition with this week's issue.

You will see changes in design style and fonts throughout the paper. We also are now breaking out deals transactions by three regions in New Jersey--north, central and south--beginning on page 27 of the print edition.

We have also dropped our State Street page to bring you Leaderboard, a page devoted to one successful company that is growing. You can see that on page 12 in this week's issue.

Credit for the redesign goes to Design Editor Rob Russo and Design Manager Andy Ogilvie. They spent a lot of time on this redesign for the past few months, and their work is appreciated.

I welcome any feedback you have about our redesign. You can email me at sharonw@njbiz.com or post a comment below.

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