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Updated: With tax rebates unlikely, bill would give 200 N.J. companies tax credits instead

Updated: With tax rebates unlikely, bill would give 200 N.J. companies tax credits instead

A bill introduced this week would give tax credits to some 200 companies — instead of tax rebates they're owed under a former state incentive...

Roselle Savings Bank names new EVP, COO

Roselle Savings Bank has named an industry veteran as its executive vice president and chief operating officer, it announced Thursday.

Two New Jersey banks combine in $11.3M deal

A Toms River-based bank is taking over a Middletown-based rival in an $11.3 million deal that will create a financial institution with $2.5 billion...

First Choice Bank appoints interim president, continues search for replacement

First Choice Bank announced Wednesday that its Chairman, Munish Sood, will serve as the bank’s interim president until its board finds a...

Lost generation: Accounting industry struggling to overcome a dearth of thirty-somethings

premium content Lost generation: Accounting industry struggling to overcome a dearth of thirty-somethings

When Mark Weber took a step back and really looked at his accounting firm's makeup, he realized he had some cause for concern.

premium content Taking the reins: Deloitte taps N.J. residents for CEO, chairman posts while making history in the process

Deloitte LLP has long had deep New Jersey ties, despite being based across the Hudson River.

premium content Going global: International clients create a growing niche

When an Italian retail company wanted to send an employee to the U.S. to oversee the rollout of a few new locations in the New Jersey region, it was...

Community banks having tough time filling boards

Personal liability risks scaring away candidates

Teachers, doctors … sometimes even a local contractor. When it came to community banks' boards of directors, all types were walking through the...

Wells Fargo shows once again it's a leader in women in banking in N.J.

Breaking Glass: Wells Fargo shows once again it's a leader in women in banking in N.J.

Wells Fargo again showed why it's the leader of women in banking in New Jersey with the hiring of Larisa Perry as the region president of New Jersey,...

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