Basking Ridge Local Business
Local business in Basking Ridge, NJ
7 hrs ago | via Freshnews
WHAT: Medrano Elementary's 4th- graders will be awarded with a class celebration from Verizon Wireless for collecting the most used phones for HopeLine. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via The Washington Post
Verizon Wireless said it's open to accepting unused airwave licenses as payment for at least part of the spectrum it's trying to sell, giving likely bidder T-Mobile US Inc. more flexibility to prepare an offer. Comment?
Monday | via Hispanic Business
Item 5.02 Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers On December 5, 2013 , Regado Biosciences, Inc. appointed Michael A. Metzger as president and chief operating officer effective immediately. Comment?
Thursday Dec 5 | via The Jersey Journal
Millburn - Paper Mill Playhouse iannounces the appointment of Laura Green as the theater's new Production Manager and Bea Daggett, leading the historic theater's development team as Director of External and Strategic Affairs. Comment?
Thursday Dec 5 | via Freshnews
Verizon Wireless, the owner and operator of the nation's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network, announced that its network is ready for the wintry weather. Comment?
Saturday Nov 30 | via Patch.com
The real estate market in Basking Ridge has remained active even into late fall, with many of the homes selling near or at the most recent listed price. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 27 | via Information Technology
Verizon Wireless first debuted its 4G LTE network in Maine in June 2012 . Recently, the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network further expanded within Carrabassett Valley around Sugarloaf Mountain Resort. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 26 | via Freshnews
WHAT: With 79 percent of smartphone users using their devices to help with shopping, Verizon Wireless offers tips to this year's Black Friday shoppers: The Shop Savvy app to use while they're in the store. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 26 | via Light Reading
It's no surprise that Nokia has put aside any thoughts of cherry-picking Alcatel-Lucent's assets. Comment?