No one knows their business like the people who live it every day. Here is a collection of insights from across all the industries we cover.
As we are in our final year-end tax planning mode, many of us are looking to charities to gain a 2014 year-end deduction and also feel good about ourselves. Read More »»
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 »»
Triples its goal of hiring 1,000 vets
In March 2012, I was delighted when Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO, Brian Roberts, announced our partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes initiative, pledging to hire 1,000 veterans over the next three years. As a wife, daughter, friend and colleague of military veterans, I have a deep appreciation for those who have dedicated themselves to service for our country. Read More »»
Security and data breaches don't favor one organization or industry over another, and are taking place every day. Companies should consider the “how” of a breach (as opposed to the “who”) to evaluate their exposure to a similar event. Read More »»
On Sept.10, Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law that made significant changes to how alimony is awarded in New Jersey. The amendment, which is part of a national trend to modify alimony laws, reflects transformations in family dynamics including each partner’s ability to earn an income. Read More »»
Today’s ID and data theft is different than in the days before cloud computing. Back then it was one-on-one (usually at a retailer or restaurant and a credit card payment); you knew who the perpetrator was and when the situation occurred. Now security breaches are anonymous, enterprise-wide and can affect millions of people at a time. With the growth of cloud computing, they can happen to any business of any size. Read More »»
The ribbon cutting of Newark's Military Park this summer marked a rebirth for one of the city's most significant historic landmarks. Read More »»
As president of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey, I think it's pretty clear that New Jersey's businesses are a major focus for me. After reading Andrew George's article about companies leaving New Jersey, and his stark list of "losses," I felt it was only fair to highlight the other side of the equation and discuss some recent "wins." Read More »»
The modern worker comes in a variety of forms, including independent contractors, consultant workers leased through staffing agencies, and on-call workers. Read More »»
Governor Christie stuck a dagger in the hearts of Atlantic City's casinos and New Jersey's racetrack industry when he vetoed my legislation to allow sports betting. During Super Bowl week, every long weekend during the NFL season, the NCAA tournament and major sporting events, you can't get a room in Las Vegas while Atlantic City is a ghost town. Read More »»
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