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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

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Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

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French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

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Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

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By Eric Strauss
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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

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Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

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French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

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Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

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Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

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French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

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Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

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Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

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French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

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Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

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Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

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French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

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Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

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Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

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French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
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Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

CONTINUE READING

Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

Periodicals distributor signs lease for South Hackensack site

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 10:59 AM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based Dataram names interim CEO

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:45 AM

CONTINUE READING

French company buys Carlstadt industrial building

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 02:07 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City mobile platform provider acquires Hipcricket for $4.5M

By Emily Bader
January 22, 2015 10:21 AM

CONTINUE READING

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.

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This week I'm introducing what will be a regular feature on this blog. Each Monday I'll pull out the top Trenton stories from the print edition's State Street and Grapevine columns. This week gambling takes center stage:

Don't expect the paltry response to New Jersey's lottery operations RFP to derail the privatization attempt. Last week, the state Treasurer's office announced that only one company, Northstar New Jersey, submitted a bid to take over the sales and marketing operations of the New Jersey Lottery. Northstar is a joint venture between GTECH, Scientific Games and a Canadian pension fund.

In this week's State Street, my colleague Beth Fitzgerald reports there's still a very good chance the privatization attempt will go forward. Her sources say it's far from ideal to have only one bidder, but that doesn't mean the state will scrap the plan.

Meanwhile, the sports betting saga continues. Grapevine has word about an Atlantic City casino moving forward with plans to implement sports betting soon. In State Street, Princeton Public Affairs Group's Bill Pascrell III talks about the behind the scenes action even as the sports betting lawsuit continues.

Also in State Street, Phil Kirschner gives his prediction about the minimum wage fight.


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