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JAG Physical Therapy in NJBiz

July 18, 2017 - Staying healthy: JAG Physical Therapy’s Gallucci sees himself as clinician first, but his business model is thriving, too Five years ago, in NJBIZ’s last checkup with physical therapist and entrepreneur John Gallucci Jr., he was determined to convey that he... [Continue Reading]
EquityZen in TechCrunch

EquityZen in TechCrunch

July 18, 2017 - The secondary marketplace EquityZen just landed $6.5 million in funding The number of public companies in United States is at a 40-year low; that’s good news for EquityZen, a four-year-old, New York-based company that operates a secondary marketplace for company-approved... [Continue Reading]
LEAD in NJBiz

L.E.A.D. in NJBiz

July 17, 2017 - Drug-prevention program aims to forge business partnerships: Corporate investment is key to successful intervention with kids in N.J., L.E.A.D. says Nick DeMauro has been involved in alcohol and drug prevention programs for students for more than two decades. And he’s... [Continue Reading]
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Saints Perform Miracles

July 13, 2017 - On large screen televisions in living rooms and bars across the United States Wednesday night, sports fans got to learn first-hand about the “Miracle of St. Anthony,” and the Saint who made it all happen – Bob Hurley. The introduction... [Continue Reading]
EquityZen in TechCrunch

EquityZen in TechCrunch

June 23, 2017 - As Uber’s value slips on the secondary market, Lyft’s is rising It’s been happening for months. The value of Uber’s shares has been falling on the secondary market, hammered by a barrage of press attention paid to its real and... [Continue Reading]
Tortoise on CNBC

Tortoise on CNBC.com

June 18, 2017 - Crude oil’s plunge below $50 a barrel is killing the oil and gas IPO market The return of oil and gas initial public offerings was nice while it lasted. Energy companies aiming to go public are staying on the sidelines... [Continue Reading]
KPMG Study Featured in WSJ

KPMG Study Featured in WSJ

June 14, 2017 - The Morning Risk Report: Disruption, Data, Reputation on CEO Radar Chief executives of U.S. companies are becoming more preoccupied with reputation and brand risk, elevating it to number four on their list of risks after it failed to crack the... [Continue Reading]
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