Business in North Trenton - Trenton, NJ

This is the first entry in a special report series that explores the future of lithium-ion batteries and their impact on energy storage.

On social media, for attorneys, there's a fine line between cracking a few jokes and sharing stories and info, and just being irresponsible and stupid. Believe it or not, what you say on the internet matters for a lot...

Chinese tech giant Alibaba is now offering customers an option to use its cloud services on infrastructure located in their own data centers
•Delivered together with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Apsara Stack follows in the footsteps of Alibaba’s American rivals, such as Microsoft Azure
•Apsara Stack was one of eight new cloud services Alibaba unveiled at its cloud summit in Singapore, its first cloud conference outside of China

Remember the good old days of childhood when you ate whatever snack you wanted without giving it a second thought? Even if it was some unnatural neon color or had ingredients you couldn’t pronounce it

Chance, evolution, or design? The real question is not which option best fits a preconceived view of the universe but which best accounts for the world we li...

Samuel Kamenette drove over-the-road trucks for Sangillo & Sons. He was injured on October 9, 2015 in the State of Wyoming. He was driving a load from California to New Jersey. He slept the night before in his truck, and in the morning he drove for an hour to a Flying J, part of a …

Law students in these modern times are certainly equipped with more technology than any generation of law students that came before them. However, not much of that new tech is actually going to help with law school. Beyond a...

Plaintiff Josh Willner suffered an injury while climbing a rock climbing wall that was owned by his employer (Ivy League Day Camp). He sued the camp, the manufacturer of wall and parts in the wall (Vertical Realty, Inc. and ASCO Numatics) under product liability theories. Before trial, he made a single offer of judgment as …

It's just a matter of time before hackers get inside our heads. They have already gotten inside our bodies -- literally. If you have a pacemaker, you know what we're talking about. Now the hackers can take over our...

Does Elon Musk really have anything to worry about since being subpoenaed by the Securities and Exchange Commission? After all, he has dominated doing everything from cars to solar power to spacecraft to tunnels. Maybe the submarine didn't work...

From jeans to suits, Burlington's men's clothing department has it all! Shop online for great deals on brands and styles for work or weekend.

Private-sector unemployment in New Jersey is at an 11-year low, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The bureau said that in the Garden State, employment expanded in July while the state’s unemployment rate dropped, edging lower for the fourth month in a row by 0.1 percentage point to 4.2 percent. This is the …

In every issue of the Ewing Observer, Mayor Bert Steinmann answers questions from our readers. This month, the mayor answers questions about lawn services.

Multi-cloud means businesses can avoid vendor lock-in and reduce their dependence on a single vendor.

Shannon Hunter promoted to Vice President, Loss Prevention & Sustainability for Office Depot
Shannon was previously the Senior Director, Loss Prevention & Safety for Office Depot. He has worked with the Office Depot Loss Prevention team for over 17 years, first as District Loss Prevention Manager, and held various positions after, including Senior District LP Manager, Territory LP Manager, Manager- Corporate LP, Director LP Operations &…

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When Aidan Jodoin began baseball, he was a less-than-average infielder. Now, the Lawrence Post 414 ballplayer does it all for his team.

Discussed on this week's 5in5: DeHoog v. Anheuser-Busch Manning v. Caldwell US v. Fomichev US v. Ancient Coin Collectors Guild US v. Valencia Relevant Articles Beer Drinkers Lose Anheuser-Busch Antitrust Appeal Beer Drinkers Fail to Meet Antitrust Bar in Anheuser-Busch Merger Suit Ancient Coins as Cultural Property: A Legal Perspective on "Numismatics and the Antiquities Trade" Legal Limerick of the Week: When you pray to a…

LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MEN (AND WOMEN)
For many years a number of volunteers in our area have served as the Chevra Kadisha, the group that helps prepare the deceased for Jewish burial by following the ritual process of washing and dressing the body ( tahara ). These volunteers - men for the men and women for the women - work anonymously and at no charge in conjunction with area funeral homes when the need arises. Both the menâs and womenâ…

By David Hutter , August 16, 2018 at 1:20 PM
The Port of Paulsboro will receive a $1.58 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration for a water infrastructure improvement project
The project is expected to create 150 jobs and generate $10 million in private investment to support the installation of a new water main to the Paulsboro Marine Terminal and provide…

Local officials from the township of East Brunswick are opening a bidding process for developers who would be tasked with overhauling over 30 acres of mostly vacant space running parallel to Route 18