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Biopharma startup locates in CCIT

Sunnylife Pharma, a startup biopharmaceutical company launched by a team of former Merck scientists, has taken space in the Commercialization Center...

Newark picked to host Amazon-sponsored voice tech summit

Newark has been chosen as the host city for a voice technology summit in July to be sponsored by Amazon Alexa.

Study: Tech industry contributed 1,800 new jobs to NJ

The technology industry contributed 1,800 new jobs and $48 billion into New Jersey economy last year, according to a study by CompTIA.

Stevens, UBS meet at intersection of tech, finance

Quantitative finance involves the mathematical modeling of financial markets, and today that demands cutting-edge technology to deal with the...

The 2018 NJBIZ Power 100

Our top pick this year doesn’t reside in New Jersey, but he and his company have a substantial impact on the state — and it may just be...

Lourdes offers new CT scanner

Camden-based Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center is offering the SOMATOM Definition Flash Scanner, a new type of CT scanner built by Siemens that can...

Murphy pledges 4 million-sq.-ft. innovation center in New Brunswick

Gov. Phil Murphy unveiled plans to construct a new, state-of-the-art incubator hub in downtown New Brunswick that will serve as a research and...

Cybersecurity: Plan for the worst, and expect to be hacked despite all best efforts

A panel presented by NJBIZ

Cyberattacks on American businesses large and small regularly bubble up in the mainstream press, but having to deal with such incidents —...

State legislature aims to boost startup tech companies with increased tax credits

The state legislature has introduced two new bills that would increase the tax credit under the New Jersey Angel Investor Tax Credit Act from 10 to...

NJBIZ Best Places to Work in NJ 2018: Large companies

There's more than one way to be the "best."

NJBIZ Best Places to Work in NJ 2018: Medium companies

There's more than one way to be the "best."

NJBIZ Best Places to Work in NJ 2018: Small companies

There's more than one way to be the "best."

Princeton to host Science and Technology of Materials annual research symposium

Princeton University will host the Science and Technology of Materials Annual Research Symposium featuring Steven Abramson, president and CEO of...

NJEdge and Amazon Web Services assist colleges through lower-cost cloud computing

NJEdge and Amazon Web Services have formed an alliance to offer lower-cost cloud computing to benefit universities, businesses and others.

iCIMS names CFO

Holmdel-based recruiting platform iCIMS has named Valerie Rainey as chief financial officer.

Saint Peter’s to launch new simulation center for learning

Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick is set to open its new Simulation Center for Interprofessional Learning, an interactive...

Hackensack Meridian Health performs state's first robot-assisted surgery

Robots may not be close to replacing surgeons, but at Hackensack Meridian Health they already are lending an assist.

HMH app lets patients 'plug in' to system

Hackensack Meridian Health is preparing a mobile application that will allow its patients to easily access medical records, documents, make...

Banking on technology

Artificial intelligence helping banks get smarter

It was an attention-grabber when TD Bank Group, with U.S. headquarters in Cherry Hill, acquired Toronto-based artificial intelligence company Layer 6...

Hackensack Meridian readies new patient app

Hackensack Meridian Health is preparing a mobile application that will allow its patients to easily access medical records, documents, make...

Valley Health offering virtual office visits to heart patients

Valley Health System is going beyond telehealth. The Ridgewood-based health network now is offering virtual office visits to the patients in its Snyder Center for Comprehensive Atrial Fibrillation unit, which, generally, treats people with irregular heartbeats.

Princeton University and Biolabs open applications for high-tech incubator

Princeton University and Biolabs have teamed up to open a business incubator for high-tech startups that require access to lab space.

EY sponsors Jersey City Sci-Tech Scity project

Ernst & Young is partnering with Liberty Science Center in Jersey City to sponsor its SciTech Scity project, a development meant to provide a campus for people and companies to work on STEM projects.

Edison Partners leads $42M follow-on investment in MoneyLion

Princeton-based Edison Partners, a growth equity investment firm, announced Thursday it is spending $42 million in a follow-on investment the digital personal finance platform MoneyLion.

Jersey City augmented reality company receives $2.5 million funding

Augmented reality (AR) company Apprentice received a significant amount of venture funding last month that they hope will bring their technology to pharmaceutical and biotechnology labs around the state.

J&J launches educational support site for cancer patients

Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceutical Cos. has launched Cancer.com, an educational web portal for cancer patients.

IXP selected to manage Princeton's 9-1-1 emergency dispatch center

Princeton-based IXP Corporation, a public safety and emergency communications solutions provider, has been awarded a contract by the town of Princeton to operate and manage its 9-1-1 emergency communications dispatch center.

Hackensack Meridian signs on to novel cloud-based health platform

Hackensack Meridian Health has signed on to Brighton Health Solutions’ Create platform – a cloud-based system that allows members of self-funded health care plans to choose an exclusive provider.

Konica Minolta to expand in NJ after receiving tax credits

Konica Minolta Business Solutions has chosen to invest nearly $20 million to expand its operations in Ramsey rather than move to New York.

Tektite takes steps to expand reach

Back in 1991, when Trenton-based Tektite Industries first moved into the global sales arena, President Scott Mele corralled contacts by exhibiting at a trade show in Houston where he hung a sign saying, “Export Distributors Invited.”

Audible celebrates anniversaries in Newark with city students, teachers

Amazon subsidiary Audible Inc. celebrated its 20th anniversary of service and its 10th anniversary in Newark with free memberships and Amazon Fire tables for all Newark high school students and teachers.

New York Fed president discusses community banks, Bitcoin at Rutgers

That was among the observations of Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William C. Dudley as he participated in a moderated discussion on current economic issues at Rutgers University Wednesday morning.

Local fulfillment company clicks with record-breaking Black Friday, Cyber Monday

As consumers spent the weekend clicking “confirm” in their online shopping carts, the floor at Dotcom Distribution was abuzz with round-the-clock order fulfillment.

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