Honeywell announced its first Eureka Challenge at the New Jersey Technology Council’s Innovation Forecast, which was held on Thursday.
Woodcliff Lake-based I.D. Systems Inc. announced Thursday that it has secured a one-year warranty renewal contract with a global retail customer.
New York Life is in the process of establishing a technology hub in Jersey City, resulting in some jobs being transferred from its Clinton facility and the potential loss of other positions.
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation offered up some mixed results Monday, as earnings for the fourth quarter topped analyst expectations, but fell short of both fourth-quarter revenue estimates and predicted first-quarter earnings estimates.
Princeton-based Heartland Payment Systems, which is itself part of a planned merger, on Tuesday announced that it has purchased a provider of restaurant customer engagement platforms.
Suzanne and Jeffrey Cameron bought their three-story townhouse with a garden apartment in Jersey City back in 1998, when they were looking for a place for them and their two young boys that was near New York City.
Rudolph Technologies Inc. announced recently that an outsourced assembly and test facility has placed an order for the JetStep Lithography System for the semiconductor advanced packaging industry’s first panel manufacturing line.
The Research and Development Council of New Jersey, in conjunction with the New Jersey Institute of Technology, hosted the third meeting for the Governor's STEM Scholars on Feb. 6 on the NJIT campus.
While most college freshmen are working for the weekend, Elina Hsueh is working on the weekend. Every two weeks, the 18-year-old Babson College student travels from Boston to her hometown of Holmdel to work on her growing e-commerce business, Beauteque.
Cranbury-based Visionet Systems Inc. announced Thursday that it has hired George Bacon as its chief operating officer.
Newly combined company delivers financial markets participants proven capabilities in compliance and communications.
Hoboken-based software-as-a-service provider Liquid Holdings Group Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, it announced Wednesday.