By Andrew Zwicker at NJ.com The great Taylor Ham vs. Pork Roll debate may never be settled, but did you know that Taylor Ham was created in Trenton in 1856? Or that Albert Einstein left Nazi Germany in 1933 to live in Princeton and continue his research? Or that the lightbulb was patented by Thomas
A Central Jersey-based economic development initiative is helping local businesses thrive in a post-pandemic economy. BY JENNIFER LESSER, NJ BUSINESS MAGAZINE CONTRIBUTING WRITER, NOV 5, 2021 As New Jersey’s economy continues to recover from COVID-19’s impact, Central Jersey’s Einstein’s Alley, a private non-profit economic development initiative designed to foster economic growth, is helping companies prepare
From New Jersey Tech Weekly By: Esther Surden May 24, 2017 At the Einstein Alley "Future of Work" symposium on April 25, the speakers attempted to predict the future, though they admitted that they weren't very good at it. What experts do know, they agreed, is that robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) will disrupt jobs - and very
from The Wall Street Journal By: Stephen Redwood and Mark Holmstrom, principals, Deloitte Consulting LLP; and Zach Vetter, managing director, Deloitte LLP May 10, 2017 CIOs can take a proactive approach to preparing the workforce for the tremendous technology-enabled changes required to compete in the years ahead. Digital technology is having a profound effect
A specialized rim and tire company in Trenton is one of many companies that make up "Einstein's Alley" -- an economic development initiative to promote the high tech corridor area that includes Mercer, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex, and Monmouth counties.