NJBIZ Editor Tom Bergeron blogs about the stranger side of business. While things may get weird over here, they'll always be suitable for work. Contact him at email@example.com.
If you survive the challenges for small businesses, outlast the unfriendly cities and don’t overdose on the high-quality coffee, at least you can retire well in New Jersey, right? Read More »»
Technomic Inc.'s 2014 survey, “Consumer Brand Metrics: Convenience Stores,” has apparently answered that age-old question voiced by road-weary travelers and cramming college students everywhere: Where can you get the best cup of coffee in the middle of the night? Read More »»
A hundred bucks doesn’t buy you much in New Jersey, according to a recent study by the Tax Foundation. Read More »»
Finally, New Jersey gets some good economic news. Read More »»
New Jersey is spending a lot of dollars in an attempt to lure tourists to the state. Perhaps it needs to remember the golden rule: Smiles are free. Read More »»
We keep hearing about all these companies moving out of New Jersey, saying other states offer companies more. According to a recent study, the Garden State offers something others can only dream of: Read More »»
We know, we know — no one has been watching the World Cup during the business work day. Read More »»
Here's a reason to celebrate in the Garden State. We did not make a list — a list no one wants to be on anyway. Read More »»
Good news for the 1 percenters out there: The greatest amount of income disparity is not between the top 1 percent of earners and the rest — but among the 99 percenters themselves. And the biggest factor is education. Read More »»
It's Cinco de Mayo and you know what that means: It's a marketers dream, one of few times all year it's still O.K. to promote alcohol use as a fun and festive occasion. Read More »»
Longtime critics of Rutgers' move to big-time athletics always have had one rallying cry: Read More »»
There's been a recent wave of companies with a huge presence in New Jersey's shopping malls announcing cutbacks, store closings and bankruptcies. Read More »»
All you've got is your reputation. Ok, maybe that's not totally true with higher ed. Your endowment means a lot, too. Read More »»
It's a precedent-setting case - or just a reminder that parents actually are in charge of their kids and get to make the rules. Imagine that. Read More »»
So Groupon's Presidents Day promotion offers $10 off certain deals — in honor of President Alexander Hamilton. Read More »»
Small businesses and larger ones without an attorney on staff will want to read on to learn about the law banning job listings by New Jersey companies refusing to consider unemployed applicants. Read More »»
When it comes to business, the most important part is the customer base. Or, put more humanly, people. Preferably, you want lots of them, happy to go out and happy to spend money. Read More »»
This New Jersey company connects a scan of the veins in your hand to your credit card. Read More »»
Perhaps the most odd business story in recent years is the rise of Kickstarter, and with it the ability for very small companies to dream very big dreams, and for their would-be customers to help them get to market. Read More »»
Many people have told Santa what they want for Christmas at some point in their life. Read More »»
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