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N.J.'s acting attorney general joining Rutgers' administration

N.J.'s acting attorney general joining Rutgers' administration

New Jersey's longtime acting attorney general, John J. Hoffman, is headed to the world of academia.

HackensackUMC begins research partnership with N.J. Innovation Institute

Hackensack University Medical Center became the first health care charter member of the New Jersey Innovation Institute, according to a statement...

Update: First PARCC test results are in. How does your district rate?

Common Core has been controversial, to say the least. One argument suggests standardized evaluation is necessary to mark the abilities of large...

Centenary College launches new four-year accounting dual major

Centenary College announced Wednesday that it is now offering a baccalaureate program in accounting and business administration with a focus on...

Spotlight on Executive Education: Should you go … back to school?

Spotlight on Executive Education: Should you go … back to school?

Making a change at work: Who doesn't think about that from time to time? And especially now, when New Year's resolutions tend to spark a lot of ideas...

Do you need an advanced degree to succeed?

John Mackey, Michael Dell, Richard Branson and countless other entrepreneurial all-stars achieved great success without advanced degrees. In fact,...

How-to guide: An industry expert's take on executive coaching

Strategist, psychologist, confidant, corporate spy? The definition of an executive coach can be elusive. So, NJBIZ reached out to Bob Polster of the...

Experts: Pausing to focus on the present can boost productivity, reduce stress

While investment bankers, accountants and tech experts are trained to forecast, reconcile and innovate, Corinne Zupko's job is to retrain them to...

Student program helps NAIOP build a bridge to real estate industry’s future

Student program helps NAIOP build a bridge to real estate industry’s future

Joe Zagari wasn’t necessarily looking to network, much less find an internship in commercial real estate.

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