Health care
Nov 6, 2023

OPINION: Keep the band together

The Medical Society of New Jersey's director of government relations & staff counsel said permanently changing which health care professional can oversee a patient's diagnosis and treatment threatens to roll back much of the progress the industry has made.

Oct 30, 2023

OPINION: The next wave

Blockchain technologies are set to revolutionize culture and society. Therefore, it is essential that policymakers ensure any proposed legislation or regulations aren’t short-sighted or over-reaching.

Oct 9, 2023

OPINION: Intimate conversations (updated)

Bankruptcy cases don’t often make headlines. But Johnson & Johnson's legal situation sends a clear message to huge corporations, according to Genova Burns’ Dan Stolz.

Social media
Sep 25, 2023

CLOSING ENTRY: It’s never just a joke

It’s no secret that some of the most popular and shareable content on the internet is humor. But while humor can be incredibly valuable content, it can also be dangerous.

Health care in the community
Sep 25, 2023

OPINION: Time for action

Direct support professionals "do a lot but receive little recognition. It’s time for action. If you’re reading this, help us help others," writes Monet Cephas, lead DSP with Easterseals New Jersey.

Aug 28, 2023

OPINION: Blame Canada?

"By prioritizing stability, support and transparency, we can reestablish our reputation as a world leader in attracting and harnessing international entrepreneurial talent," writes James Barrood, the founder and CEO of Innovation+.

"Our reimagined approach to law enforcement has made us a role model for the past decade," writes Louis Cappelli Jr., the director of the Camden County Board of Commissioners and a leader in Camden’s police reform efforts.
Aug 14, 2023

OPINION: Police work

"Just a decade ago, Camden was one of the most dangerous cities in America. Today, thanks to reforms carried out by community leaders, county officials, and city government, it is regarded as the gold standard in police reform," writes Louis Cappelli Jr., director of the Camden County Board of Commissioners.

Jul 10, 2023

OPINION: Broadband power

"While New Jersey boasts a vast network of broadband into every corner of our state, many residents are not using the internet to its full advantage," writes Michele Siekerka is president and CEO of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association.

artificial intelligence
Jun 30, 2023

OPINION: Present threats, future concerns

Innovation+ founder and CEO James Barrood advises that to counter the potentially adverse effects of AI-related misinformation and deepfakes, being proactive is key.

Stethoscope and money
Jun 26, 2023

OPINION: Paying the bills

Forbes Media Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes calls on union leaders and lawmakers to "fix" the controversial health insurance rate increase for New Jersey's public employees.

Gas stove
Jun 19, 2023

Letter to the editor: Cooking up higher costs

Eric DeGesero writes, "After telling New Jerseyans in February that no one was coming for your gas stove nor would anyone be forced to change their heating system, recently the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities released a building decarbonization proposal that does just that."

Elective vehicle charging station
Jun 12, 2023

OPINION: Economic jolt

The EV revolution is coming at a time when it is more important than ever to make your business stand out to attract customers and employees, writes Gabe Phillips, founder and CEO of Catalyst Power.