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N.J. is key market as Fathom Events tests spending power of Indian-Americans

Diversified: N.J. is key market as Fathom Events tests spending power of Indian-Americans

New Jersey is an important market for the inaugural Best of Bollywood film series by Fathom Events this summer.

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...

Editorial: Time will tell if N.J. wins on sports betting, but it should

Sports betting lives! Or not. New Jersey will get some indication a week from now, as the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to announce June 26 whether...

Panasonic, Disney in projection technology partnership

Panasonic Corp. of North America is partnering with Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, which is using the Newark-based company’s products as the...

Slot car maker names new president

Slot car maker names new president

Cranbury-based slot car and remote-control car maker Carrera of America has a new president, it announced this week.

RWJBarnabas Health names chief medical officer for Rutgers Athletics

RWJBarnabas Health announced Thursday it has appointed Dr. Yvette Rooks as chief medical officer of Rutgers Athletics.

premium content Game Face founder finds success across state lines: Skin care company makes, distributes innovative products not in home state of Pa., but in N.J.

Philip Williams, founder and CEO of Game Face Products, said he is “creating beauty for the beast.”

premium content Bird’s-eye view: Scaffolding Towers of America, with fourth generation aboard, moves further into niche markets

With each generation, Middlesex-based Scaffolding Towers of America has become more niche.

Course correction:  In a state with too many golf courses and not enough houses, Toll Brothers sees money in converting fairways to developments

premium content Course correction: In a state with too many golf courses and not enough houses, Toll Brothers sees money in converting fairways to developments

Let's see: It would seem to make sense for the fairway to become the main road. The cart path could become a sidewalk. The green could be the center...

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