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Analyzing your risk is sure bet for Verisk

Analyzing your risk is sure bet for Verisk

Private-sector cleanup experts playing key role at Roche site

Private-sector cleanup experts playing key role at Roche site

Princeton company's business path is crystal clear

Princeton company's business path is crystal clear

Technology News

Mount Laurel control solutions company sells Boonton subsidiary

SL Industries Inc., a Mount Laurel-based power and motion control solutions provider, announced Monday that it has sold its subsidiary RFL Electronics Inc., which is based in Boonton. Read More »»

I.D. Systems extends $14M contract with Walmart

Woodcliff Lake-based I.D. Systems Inc., a global provider of wireless M2M solutions, announced Tuesday that it has received a three-year extension of its contract with Walmart Stores Inc. to provide trailer tracking and management services for Walmart's fleet of cargo trailers. Read More »»

Future of ACIN Center is on the mind of tech companies in Camden

Following on the heels of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, New Jersey — Camden, specifically — held the promise of being a figurative command post for the industry behind modern warfare. Read More »»

Proliferation of tech meetups in the Garden State has David Sorin confident about sector's future in N.J.

The view from David Sorin's top-floor, East Brunswick law office is that of a bird's eye, rendering even the New York City skyline visible. In a way, it's fitting: His reputation for being all-seeing on things New Jersey tech led to the merger of his practice SorinRand with McCarter & English, when that firm was looking to increase its focus on the state's growing technology industry. Read More »»

Bone offers his insights on startups, meetups

Dennis Bone has been a fixture in the New Jersey business community for decades, with 33 years at Verizon New Jersey and its predecessor companies. Read More »»

Former Alcatel-Lucent chairman takes over as CEO of Mass. company

A Massachusetts company has named a new CEO and president: the former chairman of Alcatel-Lucent, the company formed in 2006 by the merger of Alcatel and Murray Hill-based Lucent Technologies. Read More »»

New Jersey companies reach CRM software agreement

Cegedim, a health care technology company, announced Wednesday that specialty pharmaceutical company Pernix Therapeutics has chosen its mobile customer relationship management software for its sales force. Read More »»

Avaya opts for long-term leases at former HQ in Basking Ridge

Avaya Inc. has signed a long-term lease for more than 60,000 square feet at its former Somerset County headquarters a year after the telecom company sold the building to a pair of real estate firms. Read More »»

Analyzing your risk is sure bet for Verisk

Jersey City company has used big data to become a billion-dollar brand

So what exactly does the Jersey City-based, billion-dollar Verisk Analytics do? Read More »»

High Point Solutions launches IT sports practice

Sparta company’s misson: Use technology to improve fan experience at games

You might know High Point Solutions as the namesake of Rutgers University's football stadium since 2011, but its roots in New Jersey sports go back a nearly a decade. Read More »»

Missile defense components to be made in N.J.

A Virginia defense contractor has an agreement to manufacture missile warning system components at its Clifton facility, it said Monday. Read More »»

Micronet subsidiary receives $1.1M missile defense systems order

Micronet Enertec Technologies Inc. said Monday that one of its subsidiaries has received $1.1 million in purchase orders from a global aerospace corporation. Read More »»

Honeywell to increase dividend by 15 percent in Q4

Honeywell announced Thursday that its board of directors has approved a 15 percent increase in its annual cash dividend rate, from $1.80 to $2.07 per share. Read More »»

Rutgers sponsor High Point hopes to bring IT services to sports and entertainment sector

IT services firm High Point Solutions has launched a new sports and entertainment practice, tapping a former Barclays Center executive to oversee the expansion. Read More »»

At Newark event, Panasonic chief talks about company's transformation

Everyone is a Panasonic user, even if they don't know it. Read More »»

Vonage Holdings to acquire Telesphere Networks for $114M

Holmdel-based Vonage Holdings Corp. announced Wednesday that it has agreed to acquire privately-held Telesphere Networks Ltd. For $114 million in cash and stock. Read More »»

Louis Berger selected by Army for $95M power support contract

Engineering and consulting firm Louis Berger Group Inc. has been awarded a $95 million contract to assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburg District, the Morristown-based company announced Tuesday. Read More »»

I.D. Systems signs agreement with airline, contract could exceed $7M

I.D. Systems Inc., a Woodcliff Lake-based provider of wireless machine-to-machine asset management solutions, announced Monday that it has completed a license agreement with a global airline in a deal that could exceed $7 million. Read More »»

Private-sector cleanup experts playing key role at Roche site

From gas stations to dry cleaners to old industrial buildings, a 5-year-old state program is streamlining environmental cleanups at more than 10,000 sites in New Jersey. Read More »»

Datapipe appoints Landy chief technology officer

Datapipe, a global provider of IT solutions for the enterprise, announced Monday that it has hired John Landy as chief technology officer. Read More »»

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