New Jersey sports books took in $40.7 million in July, the first full month of legalized wagering in the state, according to newly released data.Read the full story »
Four New Jersey manufacturers lamented the Trump administration's tariffs on steel and aluminum, saying they are driving up expenses and preventing them from being able to hire additional workers.
Small business owners barely give New Jersey a passing grade on business friendliness, according to results of a Thumbtack survey released Tuesday.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 brought with it many changes, particularly with itemized deductions. These changes will certainly impact many taxpayers and new planning ideas are a necessity. See our article on new ideas for individual charitable...
Steve Adubato and Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver discuss the top budget priorities and how the Murphy administration plans to fix the two top issues facing NJ: affordability and economic growth.
The state’s Board of Public Utilities released long-awaited financing rules on how offshore wind developers will be able to fund their projects.