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Christie signs executive order for more transparency in state agencies

Christie signs executive order for more transparency in state agencies

Gov. Chris Christie signed an executive order late Friday in response to reports of a $15.5 million fine against Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield for...

Industry Insights: Lessons from Haiti for tech entrepreneurs — and opportunities, too

Recently, it was my privilege to speak at the Haiti Tech Summit, where 500+ leaders from throughout the western hemisphere shared a remarkable...

Rutgers-New Brunswick rated one of the Top 100 research universities in the world

Rutgers-New Brunswick was one of 37 universities in the United States to be ranked among the Top 100 research-intensive universities in the world,...

Dr Pepper Snapple replaces Bai Brands' founder as its CEO

Bai Brands founder Ben Weiss is out as CEO of the drink company, according to Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., which bought the Hamilton-based business...

Family Business Spotlight: 4 N.J. companies face 'unique' challenges that are actually similar

Family Business Spotlight: 4 N.J. companies face 'unique' challenges that are actually similar

It's seen as a common refrain by those who work with family-owned companies: My situation is different.

WorkWave names chief marketing officer

WorkWave, a Holmdel-based provider of cloud software solutions, announced Thursday it has appointed Ken Wincko its new chief marketing officer.

CIS opens age-restricted housing project in Oakhurst

Multifamily developer Community Investment Strategies was joined by local and state officials at its ribbon-cutting ceremony for Heritage Village at...

Zoo Health Club opens location in Bridgewater

Commercial real estate firm Levin Management recently announced it has brokered a 17,000-square-foot lease for affordable fitness chain Zoo Health...

Disability services nonprofit's CEO is retiring

Disability services nonprofit's CEO is retiring

Disability services organization Enable Inc. announced Tuesday that its CEO, Sharon J.B. Copeland, is retiring this summer after 15 years at the helm.

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