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In the early '90s, Michelle Schaap served as in-house counsel at Wayne-based Toys R Us, where she was handling various important contracts for the toy retailer, such as a contract involving the rights to film a Toys R Us location for a “Toy Story” film.
Military Times has released its list of top colleges for veterans, with two New Jersey institutions representing the Garden State in the Top 20 of its ranking of four-year schools.
Camden-based Catapult Learning Inc., a provider of K-12 instructional services, announced it has hired Steve Quattrociocchi as president of the Education Solutions Group.
It was the proverbial long road full of detours and roadblocks. But after 11 years of planning, anticipation and every headache imaginable, Schafer Sports Center finally cut the ribbon on its new 37,800-square-foot Ewing facility in August.
Stephanie Samuels remembers how eager she was to join the police force in the 1980s in Los Angeles.
She was 21 then. The gang unit was growing rapidly, and being a part of the LAPD seemed like fun, she said.
At the 37th annual Edison Patent Awards, held Thursday night at the Liberty Science Center, Research and Development Council of New Jersey Chairman Troy Sarich stated how true innovation thrives when there is open collaboration between industry, education and government.
Citrin Cooperman and Rutgers Business School joined forces to host the 2016 New Jersey CEO Evolution on Thursday in Newark.
Seton Hall University announced that it has received a $1.75 million gift to launch a new Ph.D. program in communication, which is expected to start in fall 2018.
After the state's largest health care system formally secured the naming rights to Rutgers University's planned multisport training complex, officials broke ground Tuesday on what will now be known as the RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance Center in Piscataway.
Former state Education Commissioner David C. Hespe is certainly keeping busy since leaving New Jersey government.
The New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame will be hosting its annual awards banquet Thursday at The W Hotel in Hoboken.
Denholtz Associates, a real estate development, investment and management company, announced Tuesday that Retro Fitness and KinderCare Learning Centers LLC have both signed lease renewals at the Clark Commercial Center in Clark.