New Jersey’s Higher Education Leaders

COMPILED BY MILES Z. EPSTEIN, EDITOR, COMMERCE A COMMITMENT TO LIFELONG learning has become a vital tool in nearly every industry and career field, and New Jersey’s top colleges and universities are taking notice, as well as actions to address this growing need. By preparing students to become the business leaders of the future with an eye on what skill
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Ten Ways to Lower Your Risk of Stroke

COMPILED BY JOHN JOSEPH PARKER, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR A STROKE HAPPENS WHEN THE brain doesn’t get enough blood, either because an artery is clogged from a clot or other substance blocking the blood flow to the brain, or the artery bursts, stopping blood flow to the brain. “Up to 80 percent of strokes could be prevented with healthy lifestyle changes and
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Meet New Jersey’s Attorney General: Gurbir S. Grewal

BY DIANE C. WALSH, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR ATTORNEY GENERAL GURBIR S. Grewal is New Jersey’s top law enforcement officer. But his responsibilities reach beyond crime fighter, as he is sworn to protect all residents’ civil and consumer rights; oversee the New Jersey State Police; ensure the public’s confidence in alcohol beverage control, the casinos and racetracks; and provide legal counsel to
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Assessing Global Threats and Opportunities: A Conversation with Admiral James Stavridis

BY MARTIN DAKS, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR THE DEPTH OF EXPERIENCE THAT retired U.S. Navy Admiral James Stavridis brings to a conversation about world affairs begins with 37 years of military service. While in the U.S. Navy, he served as the commander, U.S. Southern Command; commander, U.S. European Command and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe; and is the first Navy officer to
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Recycling Adds Nearly $6 Billion to the New Jersey Economy

COMPILED BY JOHN JOSEPH PARKER, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR RECYCLING HAS FAR-REACHING environmental and economic impacts that help reduce the need for new landfills and incinerators. In addition, a National Recycling Coalition report found that the recycling and reuse industry adds almost $6 billion annually to New Jersey’s econ­omy. “It is important to remember that recyclable materials are not trash, but rather
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