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Summit focuses on advances in manufacturing

Summit focuses on advances in manufacturing

ManufactureNJ Talent Network and the New Jersey Innovation Institute teamed up to curate the Additive & Advanced Manufacturing Industry Summit on...

Seton Hall to shift some law classes from nights to weekends

Seton Hall University announced that, beginning in the fall semester of 2017, its part-time law program will be held on the weekends.

Rutgers announces certificate program in real estate development, redevelopment

Rutgers University, through its Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate and Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, is...

premium content Group sales: Vistage Worldwide, an executive coaching organization, feels its peer advisory groups spur dramatic results

Jim Rutt said he wants to help businesses improve and position themselves for long-term growth.

ACA's future is in doubt, but Rutgers remains confident in new health care training program

ACA's future is in doubt, but Rutgers remains confident in new health care training program

Though the future of the Affordable Care Act is currently unknown following the presidential election, Rutgers University is staying the course in...

premium content Going Global: School of thought — Today's business students need an international focus

Berkeley College's MBA program, which accepted its first class last year, is focused primarily on management.

premium content The state of retail in New Jersey: Schooled on service — Walmart is making it a priority

Two-week training program brings associates up to date on service for customers

Jacqueline Williams has been working at Walmart for 19 years, learning lessons from management and co-workers where she could find them.

Vocational training school to cease all operations, including at N.J. sites

One year after a Camden County jury ordered it to pay $9.2 million for defrauding students, for-profit vocational training school Star Career Academy...

Beyond the law: Today's attorneys find that knowing their field means studying more than its legal element

Beyond the law: Today's attorneys find that knowing their field means studying more than its legal element

In the early '90s, Michelle Schaap served as in-house counsel at Wayne-based Toys R Us, where she was handling various important contracts for the...

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