Business is clicking
“Minus the markup.” It's a common slogan among those heralding a cutting-out of the retail middlemen to bring products directly to customers.
Food for thought Groceries growing online
In an era in which few traces remain of what business was like prior to e-commerce, the food industry straggled in getting online — with sales on the web accounting for as little as 1 percent of total food and beverage purchases in years past by some estimates.
For carriers, it’s been a bumpy road
Despite being the anchor of the flourishing e-commerce sector, the freight carrier industry is no stranger to bad news.
Marketing a message Social Vibes Media CEO Llerena says millennials need to learn partnerships are key to success
Vicky Llerena didn't set out to become an entrepreneur.
Promoting Princeton University making concerted push to engage businesses in effort to spur more partnerships and collaboration
Coleen Burrus added one word to her title shortly after being hired by Princeton University in spring 2015.
Parsippany security company acquires New Horizon Security in Virginia
Parsippany-based SOS Security LLC, a security company, announced it has recently acquired the operating assets of New Horizon Security Services Inc., a provider of manned security services in Manassas, Virginia.
Facebook #8212 To use, or not to use That is the question
I think I’m going to delete Facebook.
Nine N.J. colleges sign on to Big Data coalition
Nine of the state's top colleges and universities have signed a memorandum of agreement to formally establish the New Jersey Big Data Alliance.
4 ways that tech accelerators can increase diversity and inclusiveness
Technology accelerators provide entrepreneurs with access to seed capital, business relationships, guidance and office space. Over the last 18 months, three accelerators have opened in Newark with great fanfare. The investors and corporations that have funded these accelerators have been praised for being committed to Newark’s revitalization.
Micronet Enertec awarded 1.2M in aerospace, defense contracts
Micronet Enertec Technologies Inc. announced Thursday that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Enertec Systems 2001 Ltd., was awarded more than $1.2 million for aerospace and defense contracts.
Former ATT exec joins Sequential Technology International as CEO
Sequential Technology International, a business processing outsourcing space, announced that a former AT&T executive has been named its CEO.
Amazon intends to bring another 2,500 full-time jobs to N.J.
Amazon, which already employs more than 11,000 people at its seven New Jersey sites, is planning to bring another 2,500 full-time jobs to the Garden State as part of a nationwide hiring blitz, it announced Thursday.