Many believe that gaming in North Jersey will cannibalize Atlantic City. I disagree, and in fact, strongly believe that gaming in North Jersey will be critical to reposition the region's economy by recapturing the billions in gaming revenue that currently goes to other states. With two sites in North Jersey, we can stop the stream of buses that are traveling to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, which once traveled south to Atlantic City. Read More »»
Subaru's $117.8 million incentive award for its Gateway District headquarters project was the main draw at last week's Economic Development Authority meeting in Trenton, but it wasn't the only high-profile, Camden-based project on the docket. Read More »»
The Economic Opportunity Act, 2013’s major corporate incentives overhaul, has been very good to Camden. Read More »»
All four of New Jersey's legislative leaders not only want to fix the state's depleted Transportation Trust Fund, they want to do so in a bipartisan manner. Read More »»
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited a French company with facilities in New Jersey, along with two staffing agencies, over explosion and chemical hazards at a Mine Hill plant. Read More »»
The New Jersey Business & Industry Association's 56th annual Business Outlook Survey suggests 2015 will be a positive year for New Jersey's economy. Read More »»
According to a study released Thursday by the Economic Policy Institute, America’s rising trade deficit with China has cost the U.S. more than 3.2 million jobs between 2001 (when China joined the World Trade Organization) and 2013. Read More »»
New Jersey’s private sector added 3,600 jobs in November, according to the latest report from Roseland-based human resources and payroll company ADP. Read More »»
Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday moved to once again extend the tenure of the New Jersey Gaming, Sports and Entertainment Advisory Commission, the team of high-profile business leaders that has helped shape his policy moves on the Meadowlands Sports Complex, Atlantic City and other areas. Read More »»
Subaru's $117.8 million incentive award for its Gateway District headquarters project was the main draw at Tuesday's Economic Development Authority meeting in Trenton, but it wasn't the only high-profile, Camden-based project on the docket. Read More »»
The Economic Development Authority voted Tuesday to approve a 10-year, $117.8 million Grow New Jersey incentive award for carmaker Subaru of America to build its new corporate headquarters on Campbell Soup Co.-owned land in Camden's Gateway District. Read More »»
Fairview Insurance Agency Associates Inc. announced Tuesday that Michael Graham has been named chief operating officer for the Cherry Hill- and Verona-based independent, full-service insurance agency. Read More »»
Choose New Jersey CEO and President Tracye McDaniel is leaving the organization to return to Texas, she said Monday. Read More »»
Many old cliches have resurfaced as New Jersey is yet again poised to tackle the much-needed replenishment of its Transportation Trust Fund. Read More »»
Jersey City has launched a new website that allows filmmakers to apply for permits online, part of its effort to streamline the process and encourage productions in the city. Read More »»
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has just released its November 2014 jobs report and, according to the numbers, “everything's coming up Milhouse.” Read More »»
The retail locations of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey will have extended hours starting this weekend through Dec. 15 during an “Insure-A-Thon” aimed at getting New Jerseyans enrolled in health coverage. Tens of thousands of New Jerseyans are eligible for subsidized health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Read More »»
Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Secaucus) announced Thursday that he plans on introducing legislation that would consolidate the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority and the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission in an effort to provide an economic boost to the Meadowlands region. Read More »»
Moody's Financial Services has just presented New Jersey with one of the most overwrought of Hollywood cliches: The ticking time bomb. Read More »»
After what will be 41 years on the job, New Jersey State League of Municipalities Executive Director Bill Dressel reportedly plans on retiring next June. Read More »»
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