SBN Newsmakers provides an audio podcast of the panel of three successful women technology entrepreneurs discusing career strategies in the tech industry during the first “NJ Women in Tech” panel hosted by TechUnited:NJ at Bell Works April 20, 2023.
All of New Jersey’s 21 counties improved to their best-ever results for ozone smog, one of the most harmful and widespread types of air pollution, according to The American Lung Association’s 2023 “State of the Air” report. Hear about the key findings of the report in this audio interview SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin conducted with Michael Seilback, National Assistant Vice President, State Policy for the Lung Association.
Civil and divorce trials have been suspended indefinitely in 6 New Jersey counties – Hunterdon, Somerset, Warren, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem – due to a lack of judges. In this audio interview, Attorney Ed Rebenack at NJ-based RAM Law explains why he filed a hallmark motion to move the venue of one of his cases in response to this suspension.
Companies can preserve a “corporate culture” even if most of their workforce is working virtually, rather than in a dedicated office space, says Rashaad Bajwa, CEO of Integris, a business-to-business technology supplier. SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin has more in this audio news report.
EDISON, NJ (SBN) — Employers have to be more willing to listen to employees to ensure they are dealing with mental health challenges due to…
A Gloucester County woman will be among the first Peace Corps volunteers heading back overseas now that the organization is returning to in-person activities in the wake of the pandemic. SBN news director Steve Lubetkin has an exclusive audio interview with Cirii.
SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin has an exclusive conversation with Jersey City attorney Jessica Gonzalez, who the New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC) has selected as its consultant to develop and launch the NJBAC Cannabis Technical Assistance Program and Training Academy.
In this audio news report, SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin speaks with participants in a gathering of New Jersey labor, environmental, health and advocacy groups at the State House Thursday to demand that Governor Phil Murphy keep a years-old commitment to end raids on the Clean Energy Fund to pay for other state budget priorities.
A new study found progress made to reduce child poverty over the past 25 years in the U.S. is at risk of stalling or being reversed. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a health philanthropy organization, has released a study showing child poverty is on the rise after falling by 59% between 1993 and 2019.
Big-box stores and warehouses have billions of square feet on their roofs that could be covered with solar panels. Rutgers University professor David Hughes has some ideas for how to do that.