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'RBF' might be funny, but for women in business it's not necessarily a laughing matter

'RBF' might be funny, but for women in business it's not necessarily a laughing matter

NJBIZ is talking about “Resting Bitch Face.” And yes, we've asked ourselves the questions you might be asking yourself right now: What...

Dayton warehouse faces $63K in fines after electrocution incident

A Dayton distribution company faces $63,000 in fines after being cited for 10 violations by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and...

Former Raritan Bay exec joins St. Francis Medical Center in key role

St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton has named a new chief administrative officer, it announced Tuesday.

Last chance to nominate someone for General Counsel of the Year

The deadline to nominate a General Counsel or Chief Legal Officer for the NJBIZ General Counsel of the Year Awards is tomorrow, March 4. To find out...

Gov. Christie's approval rating slips to lowest ever, according to PublicMind poll

Gov. Christie's approval rating slips to lowest ever, according to PublicMind poll

Gov. Chris Christie's budget address failed to earn him any kind of boost with voters, according to a new FDU PublicMind Poll, the results of which...

Public-sector unions ready to sue Christie over 2016 budget's pension plan, they say

A group of 14 public-sector unions said Tuesday that they are planning to sue the Christie administration over its pension funding plans included in...

Study finds there are too many hospitals in Newark area, recommends three change their focus of care

There are too many hospitals beds and too much duplication of medical services in the Newark area, where five hospitals lost an aggregate $32 million...

Comcast Business contest seeks innovative startups and entrepreneurs

For the second year in a row, Comcast Business is seeking the most innovative startups and entrepreneurs in the nation for its Innovations 4...

J&J selling California medical-device unit for nearly $2 billion

J&J selling California medical-device unit for nearly $2 billion

Johnson & Johnson announced Monday that it plans to sell its Cordis medical device unit to Cardinal Health for just under $2 billion.

NJBIZ Poll Question of the Week

Do you think Gov. Chris Christie was right to spend so much of his budget address talking about pensions and other benefits for public workers? Vote View Results
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