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N.J. company ranks among 30 best companies for veterans

Some companies excel at drafting policies related to veterans, reservists and their families, as well as making an effort to hire them. And at least one is in New Jersey. Read More »»

Six N.J. schools make 'Best for Vets' lists of 2- and 4-year colleges

College can be an important part of a veteran's post-military life, and more and more colleges are recognizing that a portion of their student body has taken this nontraditional route to higher education. As a result, more and more are also going out of their way to ease the transition for former servicemen and -women. Read More »»

AmeriHealth, Cooper expand their health plan to two new counties

AmeriHealth New Jersey on Monday announced the expansion of its co-branded health plan with Camden's Cooper University Health Care to include Shore Medical Center in Atlantic County and Cape Regional Medical Center in Cape May County. AmeriHealth NJ also said it is rebranding the plan as the “Community Advantage” plan to reflect its wider geographic coverage. Read More »»

Including Lockheed project, EDA approves $130 million in incentives

Of the $130.8 million in incentive awards approved Monday by the Economic Development Authority, $107 million belong to defense contractor Lockheed Martin. But five other projects also received awards. Read More »»

EDA approves $107M in incentives for Lockheed Martin project in Camden

The Economic Development Authority voted Monday to approve a 10-year, $107 million Grow New Jersey incentive award for defense contractor Lockheed Martin to create two “fully integrated laboratory facilities” in the existing L-3 Communications building in Camden. Read More »»

NJBIZ Power 50 Real Estate leaders revealed (slideshow)

The NJBIZ Real Estate Power 50 rankings have become one of the most anticipated releases in the industry. This year, there's a No. 1 one at the top of list. To find out who made the cut and where they ranked, check out our Power 50 slideshow. Read More »»

Glass company cutting 100-plus jobs in Millville

Gerresheimer Glass Inc. is cutting production at its Millville facility, which could result in the loss of as many as 115 of the site's 270 jobs. Read More »»

NJBIZ Real Estate Power 50 preview: There's a new No. 1

Our real estate rankings have become a must-read in the industry ... Read More »»

New Jersey hospitals relying on standard procedures to screen patients for Ebola

New Jersey hospitals, to flag potential Ebola cases, routinely ask patients if they have traveled to western Africa and that travel history is included in the patient's electronic medical record. Read More »»

BioNJ to rebrand its organization as 'The Gateway to Health'

After a year of organizational soul searching, BioNJ announced Thursday a rebranding of the organization to “BioNJ, The Gateway to Health.” The concept is to better represent its a broadened orientation regarding its role in the life sciences industry in New Jersey. Read More »»

Toys R Us to open 90 stores worldwide

Wayne-based Toys R Us — which sells merchandise in 876 Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores in the United States and Puerto Rico, and in more than 725 international stores and more than 200 licensed stores in 36 countries and jurisdictions — plans to open approximately 90 stores worldwide by the end of 2014. Read More »»

N.J. home to nation's top public school, and a handful of leading private schools

New Jersey is home to a handful of the nation’s leading private schools and the absolute best public school, according to Niche.com. Read More »»

Meadowlands Hospital shutting down multiple-employer health plan, for now

TruPlan, the multiple-employer health plan launched in 2013 and sponsored by Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus, will wind down operations by year's end after failing to attract enough members beyond its core group of hospital employees to put it on a financially sustainable footing. Read More »»

Brunelli: Retail vacancy on major N.J. highways hits five-year low

Retail vacancy along six of New Jersey's major shopping corridors fell in the third quarter to a five-year low of 7.3 percent, according to a new study by the brokerage firm R.J. Brunelli. Read More »»

Three N.J. companies make 'The 100 Most Desirable Employers' list

LinkedIn on Wednesday published its list of the World’s 100 Most InDemand Employers of 2014 — with three New Jersey companies making the cut. Read More »»

WCRE wraps up 120K sq. ft. of South Jersey CRE deals

Wolf Commercial Real Estate announced Wednesday that it has recently completed several commercial real estate lease and sales transactions in Medford and Cherry Hill, as well as a large office property in Westampton. Read More »»

Amid concerns, N.J. hospitals meeting with regulators on proposed financial reporting

New Jersey’s hospitals are working with state Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd on how to implement her recommendations to increase the financial information that hospitals — both nonprofit and for-profit — make available to the public. Read More »»

Booker defeats Bell and other Election Day results

With 96 percent of all precincts reporting late Tuesday night, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker coasted to a 14-percentage point victory over Republican challenger Jeff Bell. Read More »»

Poll: Booker heads into Election Day with double-digit lead

Who’s Jeff Bell? According to a Monmouth University Poll released Monday, some 61 percent of voters say they still don’t know enough about the Republican Senate hopeful’s positions to judge him as a candidate. Read More »»

N.J. real estate leaders react to news that Hersh will step down

Say what you will about how Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has fared on Wall Street in recent years — the news that Mitchell E. Hersh is stepping down as president and CEO rippled through New Jersey's commercial real estate industry on Tuesday. Read More »»

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Breaking Glass

Campbell Soup's Denise Morrison offers tips on how women can rise to the C-suite

Denise Morrison — president and CEO of Campbell Soup Company...

Industry Insights

Comcast honors veterans by partnering with U.S. Chamber's Hiring Our Heroes campaign

In March 2012, I was delighted when Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO, Brian...

Millennial Minded

Budweiser is proof you can try too hard to appeal

“I used to be cool,” says the aging Budweiser brand at nearly 139...

SFW: Suitable for Work

12 N.J. companies earn LGBT 'Best Places to Work' distinction

A study published Wednesday by the Human Rights Campaign scores companies...

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Special Editions

2014 50 Fastest Growing Companies Event Supplement

2014 50 Fastest Growing Companies Event Supplement
Congratulations to the 2014 50 Fastest Growing Companies! On Thursday, November 13th nearly 400 individuals gathered to celebrate 50 of the fastest growing companies in the state. Click on the supplement to see where each company fell on the list!

New Brunswick 2014

New Brunswick 2014
This supplement will highlight the revitalization of one of New Jersey's most important cities and discuss why New Brunswick is an ideal place for doing business.

Real Estate & Construction Report Power 50

Real Estate & Construction Report Power 50
The NJBIZ Power 50, our ranking of New Jersey's 50 most influential people in the real estate industry, is one of the most anticipated lists of the year. Here's our take on the movers and the shakers of 2014 in all things real estate.

2014 CFO of the Year Awards

2014 CFO of the Year Awards
Congratulations to the 2014 CFO of the Year Award Finalists and Winners! Take a peak inside to catch a glimpse of the best and brightest CFOs and financial executives from around the state.


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