NJ Scientist Honored for Invention That Paved Way for Digital Age

Morris Tanenbuam, a Short Hills resident and former Bell Labs employee, received the Science and Technology Medal on Thursday at the 34th Edison Patent Awards at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City.

Wyndham Duel With FTC Over Cyber Security Case Takes Stage in Newark Federal Court

Parsippany-based Wyndham Worldwide is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission over practices that allegedly led to cyber-security breaches and consumer fraud.

Newark Tech Week: Entrepreneur Anthony Frasier Hopes to Inspire Other Minorities to Follow His Lead

Anthony Frasier and others interviewed by NJBIZ as part of Newark Tech Week.

Panasonic To Lay Off 30 Employees as it Moves Away From Consumer Products

Panasonic is making a major move towards B2B sales and will be laying off 30 employees in consumer products.

Westwood Man Can't Claim Journalist Protection for Website Criticizing Rutgers Dean

A state apellate court ruled Thursday that a Westfield resident can't claim newsperson protection for a website he created that criticizes an associate dean at Rutgers University, myCentralJersey.com reported

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