Glenn Lurie, Formerly of AT&T, Becomes Synchronoss CEO

Synchronoss Technologies, the Bridgewater-based public tech company that has undergone some tough times recently, now has a new CEO to guide it. Glenn Lurie succeeds former CEO Stephen Waldis, founder of the company, who will remain chairman of the Synchronoss Board of Directors.


Randal Pinkett to EDC Venture Summit: “Innovator’s Mindset Accepts Failure and Learns from It”

At the NJIT Enterprise Development Center’s Venture Summit, held last month, afternoon keynote speaker Randal Pinkett talked to several hundred attendees about what he called the “innovator’s mindset.”


At Stevens Hackathon, Students and Community Come Together to Solve Digital Healthcare Challenges

The Stevens Venture Center (SVC) held its first hackathon on October 6-8, and it was a hackathon with a purpose. The Digital Healthcare Hackathon was designed to bring together the community, tech students and budding entrepreneurs to solve critical challenges in medicine.


E-Commerce, Digital Marketing Big Factors in “Watch Yo Mouth” Success, Caiola Says at Scarlet Startups

More than fifty people attended a Scarlet Startups meetup to listen to 2013 Rutgers graduate Joe Caiola speak at the Rutgers Business School, on the Livingston Campus, on October 25.


The Companies that Received Millions through the New Jersey EDA’s NOL Program This Year

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) announced that 39 companies were approved to share over $46 million through the state’s Technology Business Tax Certificate Transfer Program, also known as the Net Operating Loss (NOL) program.  The amount was up from $35 million last year.





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