As state Sen. Raymond Lesniak puts it, the ball's in Gov. Chris Christie's court. Read More »»
The Showboat Atlantic City Hotel and Casino could soon close, putting more than 2,000 people out of work in what would be the resort's second gaming hall to shut its doors in just six months. Read More »»
Products created by women-owned and operated companies will now have the ability to be marketed and labeled as such on Walmart shelves in both the U.S. and international markets if certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Read More »»
When it comes to life sciences operations, the New Jersey region is holding its own, according to a new report from JLL. Read More »»
Health plans that offer lower prices to members who use a so-called “narrow network” of hospitals and doctors are becoming more common. And while the discounts are welcome, narrow networks are also getting pushback from consumers if their favorite health care providers don't happen to be in that network. Read More »»
Dietz & Watson is leaving New Jersey after all. Read More »»
Washington Township-based Parke Bancorp announced Tuesday that it is declaring a 5 cent per share cash dividend. Read More »»
Ten members of the health care community in the state of New Jersey were honored for their exemplary work Tuesday morning as the winners at the 2014 NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes awards program at the Palace in Somerset. Read More »»
The Manhattan district attorney’s office and the Securities and Exchange Commission are now investigating Gov. Chris Christie’s administration for potential securities law violations emanating from the $1.8 billion agreement the administration reached with the Port Authority in 2011 to repair the Pulaski Skyway, according to a new report by The New York Times. Read More »»
A New Jersey company found its way onto a downer of a list Monday: the worst companies to work for in America. Read More »»
After New Jersey’s bid to legalize sports betting was rebuffed by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, State Sen. Raymond Lesniak said he’s moving ahead with his contingency plan. Read More »»
Marlton-based Hill International, a project and construction manager, announced Monday that it had won a three-year, $3 million contract for project management services at the Boulevard Mall in Doha, Quatar. Read More »»
New Jersey's racetrack operators have spent years pushing for legalized sports betting and the expansion of casino gaming beyond Atlantic City. Read More »»
The San Francisco-based services provider Thumbtack released its third annual Small Business Friendliness Survey earlier this month, and the results for the Garden State were anything but flowery. Read More »»
The owners of Revel Casino Hotel have filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in 15 months, with an eye toward finding a buyer for the failing Atlantic City resort. Read More »»
The owner of a network of New Jersey diagnostic imaging centers was arrested for allegedly leading a criminal enterprise that provided hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal kickbacks to doctors and chiropractors in exchange for referring patient referrals to his testing facilities. Read More »»
Manufacturers reported a fourth consecutive month of expansion in June, and their outlook for increased production and hiring is upbeat for the rest of 2014, according to the monthly survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia that includes five counties in South Jersey. Read More »»
Looking to plug a projected $1.7 billion revenue shortfall for the coming fiscal year, Senate Democrats proposed a budget plan Wednesday that includes a 15 percent corporate business tax surcharge and a reinstatement of the so-called “millionaire’s tax,” a surcharge on those earning $500,000 or more annually. Read More »»
New Jersey's unemployment rate dropped again last month, albeit marginally, from 6.9 percent in April to 6.8 in May, according to the latest report from the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Read More »»
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