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  • "It's always been a bone of contention, one of those things that Wall Street tended to view with a jaundiced eye," says bank analyst Nancy Bush of NAB Research LLC in Annandale, N.J.

    In Tribute to Wells, Banks Try the Hard Sell

  • Bill Denver for The Wall Street Journal Alex Kline works the phone and updates his basketball recruiting website in between classes at the Pennington School in Pennington, N.J.

    A Life of Scoops and Schoolwork

  • "Japan and the Middle East remain a great concern, but lack of new news over the past 48 hours has resulted in a pullback in Treasurys," said John Canavan , market analyst at Stone and McCarthy Research Associates in Skillman, N.J.

    Treasurys Fall, But Not So Hard

  • His family moved to the United States during the Depression and settled in Camden, N.J.

    Cyril J. O'Brien, public relations supervisor

  • "The market had an enormous run-up, and there was probably some unbridled optimism," said Mitchell Eichen , financial adviser and wealth strategist at the MDE Group in Morristown, N.J.

    Stocks Finish Higher

  • The parent company, based in Morris Township, N.J,, is focused on developing core software that can be shifted, with relatively few alterations, between different aircraft models.

    Manufacturers Tout Safety in Cockpit

  • Norberto Curitomai, who runs a bus company in Clifton, N.J, and is heading up Ms. Fujimori's campaign in the state, said Peruvians living abroad distrust Mr. Humala because they have seen more of the world than those who stayed in Peru.

    In Peru Election, Expats Take an Outsized Role

  • The mercury hit 108 in Newark, N.J, breaking both the same-day record of 101 set in 1957 and the all-time record of 105 that was hit on Aug. 9, 2001.

    Record-High Heat Scorches Region

  • That puts pressure on senders like Silca Teixeira, a Brazilian housekeeper in Newark, N.J.

    Buoyed by Recovery, Migrants Send Home More Money

  • Kelling and Wilson had sponsored a series of experiments, one of which, conducted in Newark, N.J, sought to find out if increasing officer foot patrols in high-crime neighborhoods would bring down the crime rate.

    The Man Who Defined Deviancy Up

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