Women have been making a huge splash in the New Jersey business scene this summer. NJBIZ has been fortunate enough to sit down with a few of them and get their stories and perspectives. Here are a few of our favorites: If you haven't read it, it's new to you!
When Deb Lutz left her corporate job marketing consumer-packaged goods after 22 years, she was just looking for something she could call her own.
Rita Gurevich remembers the day Lehman Brothers declared for bankruptcy in 2008.
Like many high schools in New Jersey and around the country, Morristown has a STEM program in an effort to lead more students into careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics — areas in high demand in today's and tomorrow's workforce.
A fourth-generation, family-owned business that employs union labor to make large industrial equipment in New Jersey is a rare find indeed. Just ask Casey Muench, the president and owner of GEMCO in Middlesex.
It took 10 years for the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University to induct a woman into its Entrepreneurial Hall of Fame — but boy, did they choose wisely.