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Panasonic's 'Bring Your Kids to Work Day' focused on kids talking to kids about STEM programs

Panasonic's 'Bring Your Kids to Work Day' focused on kids talking to kids about STEM programs

The question to the group of kids was an easy one: "How many of you like to play video games?" was asked — and, of course, nearly every hand...

Fred Berger, 67, longtime head of Morristown firm, loses battle with cancer

Fred Berger was thrilled when his company got some of the contracts to help rebuild the infrastructure of Afghanistan shortly after the U.S. invasion.

Top 50 Companies for Diversity list features eight from N.J.

When it comes to corporate diversity efforts, New Jersey can hold its head high. DiversityInc announced the results of its annual Top 50 Companies...

Global survey finds Jersey entrepreneurs feeling pretty good

Despite its much-cited woes, the New Jersey business environment doesn't fare too poorly when compared with the rest of the world in some key areas.

Swiss coffee machine maker leases new space in Montvale

Swiss coffee machine maker leases new space in Montvale

A high-end coffee machine maker is moving its U.S. headquarters from Closter to Montvale under a 30,000-square-feet lease with Mountain Development...

NGKF named exclusive leasing agent for Newark office tower

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has been named exclusive leasing agent for Three Gateway Center in Newark, it said Friday.

Senate Republicans put forth 36-bill package aimed at economic growth

At a press conference Thursday at the Statehouse, members of the Senate’s Republican leadership team announced the rollout of a 36-bill package...

Sloan Kettering plans $140M outpatient cancer center in Montvale

New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center said it will develop a third New Jersey outpatient cancer center, a $140 million Montvale facility...

Advocacy group’s report puts affordable housing need at 200K statewide

Advocacy group’s report puts affordable housing need at 200K statewide

Affordable housing advocates have identified the need for more than 200,000 low- and moderate-income units in New Jersey through 2025, in a report...

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