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Behind the numbers: How N.J.'s middle-market firms stack up nationally

Behind the numbers: How N.J.'s middle-market firms stack up nationally

According to the latest data from American Express and Dun & Bradstreet, 533 of New Jersey's 4,842 middle-market firms have been in business for less...

Atlantic Stewardship Bank names SVP

A northern New Jersey bank has named a new senior vice president and residential and consumer lending manager, it announced Friday.

N.Y. firm acquires Parsippany title insurance company

A Parsippany-based title insurance provider has been acquired by a national agency with headquarters in New York.

BNY Mellon announces next CEO of Pershing LLC

Pershing LLC, a BNY Mellon company and provider of global financial business solutions, has named Lisa Dolly as its new CEO, effective Feb. 16.

Wells Fargo opening commercial banking office in Bergen County

Wells Fargo opening commercial banking office in Bergen County

Wells Fargo is expanding its New Jersey commercial banking presence with the opening of a Bergen County office slated for the first quarter of this...

Centenary College launches new four-year accounting dual major

Centenary College announced Wednesday that it is now offering a baccalaureate program in accounting and business administration with a focus on...

premium content New leadership, new menu, new success: Steck helping Saladworks emerge from bankruptcy with new identity, image

Saladworks — the nation's largest fresh-to-order salad franchise — opened its first store in 1986 in Cherry Hill.

Atlantic Stewardship Bank appoints chief credit officer

Atlantic Stewardship Bank recently appointed James Shields to senior vice president and chief credit officer of its credit risk department, according...

Moody's: N.J. credit rating depends on pension, Transportation Trust Fund decisions

Moody's: N.J. credit rating depends on pension, Transportation Trust Fund decisions

The future of New Jersey's already second-worst credit rating will largely depend on upcoming decisions regarding pension payments and the state's...

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