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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

CONTINUE READING

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

CONTINUE READING

Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

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January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

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January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

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January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

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January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.

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The Economic Opportunity Act won’t pass until at least next month.

That much has been clear for a number of days, despite the hopes of the state's economic development community. But this week’s State Street column takes a look at some of the last-minute machinations ahead of last week’s Assembly Budget Committee vote to release the measure, as well as the potential impacts of the delay.

State Street also takes a look at Bergen County’s Blue Laws, which restrict commerce on Sundays. That’s ironic, according to John Holub of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association, because perhaps the largest commercial event in the state’s history – Super Bowl XLVIII – takes place on a Sunday.

Finally, State Street talks with the new communications chief at Public Strategies Impact, the powerhouse Trenton lobbying firm that last week announced it would branch into strategic communications.

In Grapevine, meanwhile, Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) lets loose on Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, saying the controversial administrator was too quick to force out Athletic Director Tim Pernetti in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. Lesniak invites Barchi and the Board of Governors to reverse the decision.

Grapevine also has news on one of the hottest energy issues in New Jersey right now, Public Service Electric & Gas’s $3.9 billion Energy Strong proposal. Actually, it’s not really news so much as an exchange of heated words. The Chemistry Council of New Jersey has been among the most vocal opponents of the proposal, and Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo apparently isn’t very happy about that.


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