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Arthur Guarino, associate professor of Professional Practice at Rutgers Business School Newark and New Brunswick. - RUTGERS
Making change work
Political and technological issues will buffet the financial services industry in 2020.
Health care money
Getting it right
New Jersey's state-based health exchange is poised for a giant leap in 2020.
Thomas J. Kemly, Columbia Bank president and CEO.
An agenda for 2020
NJBankers Chairman Thomas Kemly on diversity, new leadership and other issues facing the industry in the new year.
Businessmen working together to build a colored puzzle. Concept of teamwork, partnership, integration and startup. double exposure
A CEO evolution
The role of the banking CEO will “continue to evolve. We will continue to spend time with customers, but we’ll also be pulled to spend more time on administrative tasks, more time with shareholders, and will continue to work closely with the management team to ensure that operations are maintained in an effective manner." said First Bank President and CEO Patrick Ryan. "I think you’ll see that evolution will continue away from a banker who happens to be a CEO to a CEO who happens to be a banker."
Dawn Lauer, MWWPR chief client officer and managing director of B2B practice.
A different kind of balance
An ad mishap highlights the juggling act that banks need to do.
Salary Different for employee. Concept business vecto rillustration, Currency, Coin, Banknote
OPINION: Tough sledding
Challenges will continue to mount for employers in 2020, by Steven I. Adler, co-chair of the Labor and Employment Department and co-chair of the Litigation Department at Mandelbaum Salsburg PC.
PicPage: Jan 13, 2020.
Pic Page: Jan. 13, 2020
Photos from the Jan. 13, 2020 issue of NJBIZ.

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