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The growing gap between New Jersey and the national economy

The growing gap between New Jersey and the national economy

Rutgers-Eagleton poll: Most New Jerseyans skipped Black Friday sales

Rutgers-Eagleton poll: Most New Jerseyans skipped Black Friday sales

The Goldstein Group named exclusive agent for mixed-use town center in Bloomfield

The Goldstein Group named exclusive agent for mixed-use town center in Bloomfield

North Jersey News

Security software company names new SVP

Tufin, a provider of security software solutions that has its U.S. sales office in Morristown, announced Tuesday that it has named a new senior vice president of business development. Read More »»

Westwood lighting products maker warns about 102 jobs

A Westwood lighting products manufacturer has issued a WARN Notice indicating that 102 jobs would be affected as of Feb. 9, 2015. Read More »»

Medical device maker names new president

Livingston-based medical device maker Milestone Scientific Inc. announced Tuesday that it has named a former Bausch & Lomb executive the president of the company and its Milestone Medical unit. Read More »»

Cushman & Wakefield to acquire regional investment sales firm Massey Knakal

Cushman & Wakefield has agreed to acquire Massey Knakal Realty Services, adding one of the region’s top investment sales firms to the ranks of the real estate brokerage giant. Read More »»

Avis Budget Group announces management, operating changes

Parsippany-based Avis Budget Group, a leading global provider of vehicle rental services, announced Monday that it plans to combine its three operating regions into two, called the Americas and International. Read More »»

Rutgers-Eagleton poll: Most New Jerseyans skipped Black Friday sales

According to a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll, less than 40 percent of New Jersey residents shopped on Black Friday. Read More »»

Moving company CEO sees trends in major companies' comings and goings

New Jersey remains a major corporate headquarters hub — especially for the pharmaceutical and financial service industries — and the state's economy benefits when corporations are encouraged to base their operations here, said Peter Toscano, whose Elizabeth moving company relocates corporate executives to the state nationally and globally. Read More »»

N.J., N.Y. insurance companies merge to create Majesco

Morristown-based Cover-All Technologies Inc., a property and casualty insurance company, and New York, New York-based Majesco announced Monday that the two companies will merge to create an insurance solutions company. Read More »»

WCRE arranges lease of Class A office space in Mount Laurel

Wolf Commercial Real Estate announced Monday that it has represented LSOP NJ LLC, a related entity of Somerset Properties, in exclusively leasing and marketing 3000 Atrium Way in Mount Laurel, to New Harbor Enterprises. Read More »»

The Goldstein Group named exclusive agent for mixed-use town center in Bloomfield

The Goldstein Group has been named the exclusive leasing agent for a mixed-use town center in Bloomfield, according to Chuck Lanyard, president of the commercial real estate brokerage firm. Read More »»

Former Genova Burns name partner joins established firm

Frank Giantomasi, whose departure from Newark-based Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster was announced in November, is joining an established law firm rather than creating his own. Read More »»

Cushman & Wakefield completes sale of Pepsi-leased distribution center in Kearny

Cushman & Wakefield announced Monday that it has completed the sale of Russo Development's 135,115-square-foot industrial property in Kearny. Read More »»

Devils paired with winery in latest business partnership

The New Jersey Devils have inked the latest in a string of new partnerships over the past year — one that will allow fans to take part in wine tastings on game nights at the Prudential Center. Read More »»

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Hackensack-based LiveU making process easy and affordable

When the schools in the football-playing portion of the Big East were forced to rebrand themselves as the American Athletic Conference in 2013 following the league's breakup, they knew they needed to do something to get maximum exposure for their new league. Read More »»

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The nor’easter that brought wet snow and coastal flooding to New Jersey on Monday through Thursday of last week also brought business to some lucky Hackettstown pizza joint. Read More »»

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Insert all the bad puns and weak clichés you want about Christmas coming early here, because when Roberta Kelly looks at the mountainous bags of road salt she has for sale in The Hardware Store of Sparta, she feels she's already received the only present she really wants. Read More »»

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Glassworks' president says her town has 'never been hotter than it is right now'

Stacey Schlosser has spent 12 years literally breaking glass. Read More »»

OSHA cites three companies over Mine Hill plant safety issues

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 »»

Urstadt Biddle acquires four shopping centers in northern N.J.

Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc., a Greenwich, Connecticut-based real estate investment trust, announced Friday that it has acquired four shopping centers in the affluent Bergen, Passaic and Morris counties. Read More »»

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Would you have preferred a bonus over a holiday party?

Breaking Glass

Family-unfriendly policies driving moms from the workplace

Running away to Europe is probably not the first thing on any new mother's mind.

Industry Insights

Consider year-end charitable giving options carefully

As we are in our final year-end tax planning mode, many of us are looking to...

Millennial Minded

Ad agency puts its babies in a corner

Here's the deal: Grey — a New York advertising agency whose clients...

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'Traffic problems in Fort Lee,' indeed, trucking survey finds

If the 2015 resolution of the Christie administration is to expunge...

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