Subaru of America confirmed that it plans to build a new corporate headquarters to the Gateway district in Camden, creating a 250,000-square-foot facility that will house 500 employees. Read More »»
Improving health literacy among New Jersey's diverse ethnic populations — and helping the uninsured get health coverage — is the goal of a community outreach collaboration among Rutgers University pharmacy students and Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey. Read More »»
Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City has pushed its anticipated closing date of Dec. 12 back by eight days, until Dec. 20, according to a report Friday by The Associated Press. Read More »»
South Jersey Industries, parent of natural gas utility South Jersey Gas, announced Friday that its chairman and CEO is retiring, and named his successors. Read More »»
Is that hopelessly extended commute to work bringing you down? At least you’re not alone. Read More »»
Liscio's Bakery, a maker of breads, rolls and other baked goods, is expanding in Glassboro, according to real estate firm NAI Mertz. Read More »»
The retail locations of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey will have extended hours starting this weekend through Dec. 15 during an “Insure-A-Thon” aimed at getting New Jerseyans enrolled in health coverage. Tens of thousands of New Jerseyans are eligible for subsidized health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Read More »»
The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers network, based in Newark, will honor 13 of its small business clients that have achieved strong growth and are passionate about what they do at its awards luncheon Friday. Read More »»
Resorts Casino Hotel is planning a $9.4 million expansion of its convention space as part of a continued push to diversify its business beyond the gaming market, the Atlantic City operator said Thursday. Read More »»
The Assembly Tourism, Gaming and Arts Committee had prepared to hear testimony Thursday from Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian on some of the challenges facing his city, but received word in the morning that the mayor had canceled, citing personal reasons. Read More »»
As physician practices switch from paper charts to electronic medical records, they're coming under more pressure to guard against data breaches that deliver sensitive patient records and valuable personal information into the hands of hackers. Read More »»
Officials at the Princeton Longevity Center, a pioneer of executive health programs, say they've done a lot of life-saving detection — of cancers of every sort, aortic aneurysms and more common diseases — since they started screenings in 2001. Read More »»
At one point last year, the area's regional airports seemed to be the next big thing. Atlantic City International Airport announced last November that United Airlines would be offering nonstop daily service between there and its hubs in Chicago and Houston. Read More »»
Based off a plan he put forth last month, Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-West Deptford) is introducing a bill that would provide Atlantic City with tax relief in hope that it will bring fiscal stability to the trouble Shore resort. Read More »»
Lockheed Martin's Mission Systems and Training unit, based in Moorestown, has received two modifications to Aegis weapon system contracts, worth a total of $137.6 million. Read More »»
Parsippany-based PBF Logistics LP has made another “drop-down” deal, it said Tuesday, acquiring the Toledo Storage Facility in Ohio from a subsidiary of PBF Energy for $150 million. Read More »»
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RCM Technologies Inc., a business and technology solutions provider based in Pennsauken, said Monday that it has named Frank Petraglia its senior vice president. Read More »»
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration is proposing more than $120,000 in penalties for E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. over hazardous chemicals violations at its Chamber Works plant in Deepwater. Read More »»
You know it; we know it: NJBIZ’s weekly lists are worth the cost of your subscription. To celebrate our upcoming year-ending Book of Lists, we’re commemorating the season with our 24 Lists of Christmas. Each day through Dec. 24, we’ll email you the top five leaders in a different category, giving you a sneak peek at what you may be missing. (Today, we present the state’s largest Public Companies.) Read More »»
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