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Atlantic City emergency manager takes job at consulting firm

Atlantic City emergency manager takes job at consulting firm

Kevin Lavin, the former corporate finance attorney appointed last year by Gov. Chris Christie to lead Atlantic City's emergency management team, has...

Understand three new laws focusing on senior care — and what still needs to be done

The silver tsunami, or the growing aging population, is forcing attention on the quantity and quality of care needed — especially in...

Christie announces Atlantic City takeover plan: 'Time to act is now'

Gov. Chris Christie held a news conference Tuesday to call for a state takeover of Atlantic City, claiming the city has, over time, been unable to...

South Jersey's nonmanufacturing industry is losing some faith, Fed finds

Growth in nonmanufacturing industries has slowed in the region that includes South Jersey, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

NJBIA says 2015 jobs data 'good news' for N.J. economy

NJBIA says 2015 jobs data 'good news' for N.J. economy

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association said last week's report from the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development indicating that...

Atlantic City moving closer to bankruptcy, Moody's says

In a new report issued Monday, Moody's Investors Service says Atlantic City is moving closer to defaulting on its debt service payments and declaring...

The future is here: William Paterson unveils new facility, thanks to state's higher ed bond act

Classes are well underway at William Paterson University's new academic building, an 80,000-square-foot structure that's aptly named University Hall,...

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...

N.J. ranks among highest-taxed states in the U.S.

N.J. ranks among highest-taxed states in the U.S.

It’s no surprise that the New Jersey comes with some of the highest taxes in the nation. But how high exactly when compared to the rest of the...

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