Recent Articles from Jeffrey Kanige
Princeton earns a top spot in US News graduate school rankings
In business, Rutgers New Brunswick and Newark ranked 44th, while Stevens Institute of Technology made the list at number 68. Stanford topped the business school list, followed the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and Chicago's Booth School of Business.
NJBIZ Conversations: Chris Martin and Anthony Labozzetta
The CEO and president, respectively, of Provident Bank talk about what it was like to complete a merger while COVID-19 was keeping offices closed, how the integration process has been going and how they both see the economy developing over the next several months.
Presenting the 2021 Health Care Power 50
Readers may well think that compiling a list of health care leaders during a deadly global pandemic would be easy. And, in fact, most of the selections were glaringly obvious. The top ten this year represents an honor roll of dedicated, energetic and talented public health officials, researchers and hospital system executives.
NJBIZ Conversations: Paul Chibe
The CEO of confectioner Ferrero North America talks about how the company and the industry managed during the pandemic, what he expects from the big candy-giving holidays coming up this spring and what his priorities are in his new national role.
NJBIZ Conversations: Dr. Jeffrey Le Benger
The Summit Health CEO talks about the rationale behind the company's rebranding, his priorities for the future and how Summit is trying to participate in the state's COVID-19 vaccination program.
Spencer Savings runs clothing drive for Bridges Outreach
During the effort, dubbed Warm Up This Winter, the bank's employees used contactless shopping methods at a variety of stories via Amazon Wishlist.
NJBIZ Conversations: Cliff Skelton
The Conduent CEO talks about what he’s hearing from clients, what he expects for the rest of the year based on those conversations and how his experience as a pilot for the Navy’s Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team shapes his approach to running the company.
Jerseyans seem to like sports. We fill stadiums and arenas, argue passionately over the supposed superiority of the teams we like best and follow player movements as closely as we watch Springsteen’s concert schedule. Yes. We like sports.
NJBIZ Conversations: Kevin Holleran
The Hayward Holdings CEO, speaking shortly after the company went public on March 12, discussed the industry's new technology and efforts to produce more environmentally friendly equipment, how the installed base of 25 million pools worldwide provides a steady market and how Hayward plans to grow as a public company.
NJBIZ Conversations: Dr. Shereef Elnahal
The CEO of University Hospital in Newark, who witnessed some of the pandemic's worst manifestations, reflects on the past year and discusses some of the recent developments that are providing hope after the long lockdown.
A Need We Feed gets $195K grant from NJEDA Sustain and Serve program
The group will use the funds to to purchase 1100 meals a week from 20 local restaurant partners, then work with other local organizations to distribute the food to people in need.
NJBIZ Conversations: Matt Kalish
The co-founder and president of DraftKings talks about what it was like to run a sportsbook without sports, the strength of the New Jersey market and how the company can maintain its growth trajectory.