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Toys R Us to open 90 stores worldwide

Toys R Us to open 90 stores worldwide

Brunelli: Retail vacancy on major N.J. highways hits five-year low

Brunelli: Retail vacancy on major N.J. highways hits five-year low

Happy Halloween: Pop-up stores doing big last-minute business

Happy Halloween: Pop-up stores doing big last-minute business

Retail News

Wakefern Food Corp. sets annual sales mark

Wakefern Food Corp. announced Thursday that the food cooperative set a record for retail sales for its fiscal year ending Sept. 27, reaching $14.7 billion — a 4 percent increase from 2013. Read More »»

Realizing his dream: Marco builds Hand & Stone into industry force

John Marco's “Jersey Boy makes good small business” story really comes down to two moments: Read More »»

So what's the big deal about raising the gas tax? It turns out, we already willingly pay extra now

State Department of Transportation Commissioner Jamie Fox said what everyone knows to be true last week when discussing the quickly depleting Transportation Trust Fund: “We are broke,” he said. “We can let our infrastructure fall apart and become worse. Or we can put the 'D' and 'R' aside and pass a revenue enhancer, whatever that is.” Read More »»

Walgreens sells for $7.4M in Carlstadt

Commercial real estate investment services firm Marcus & Millichap announced Wednesday that it has arranged the sale of a 14,490-square-foot Walgreens drugstore in Carlstadt, according to Brian C. Hosey, regional manager of the firm's New Jersey office. Read More »»

Good news, bad news: Walmart changes create 380 retail jobs, Saks closing jeopardizes 100

Walmart said Tuesday it is bringing new 380 jobs to New Jersey with the building of an East Brunswick store and the expansion of the discount retailer's Manville location. Read More »»

CEO of Justice and Brothers tween apparel chains is retiring

Mahwah-based Ascena Retail Group, Inc., parent of numerous apparel and specialty retailers, announced Monday that Michael Rayden, CEO and president of its Justice & Brothers subsidiary, is retiring at the end of January. Read More »»

New-age profit sharing: Why some feel 'Shared Economy' concept is a viable business model in N.J.

It's a quaint idea: running next door to borrow baking flour or asking to use a neighbor's lawn mower. Now imagine the Internet has simply expanded the size of that neighborhood infinitely. What you get are the seeds for the sharing economy of the 21st century. Read More »»

Amazon plans to hire 80,000 seasonal workers

Amazon will be hiring 80,000 seasonal workers this year, representing a 14 percent increase from last year's seasonal hire of 70,000 people. Read More »»

Rockaway, Livingston malls get new marketing, business development leader

Simon, the real estate company specializing in retail destinations, announced Thursday that it has named Maria Gregorius its area director of marketing and business development for two North Jersey malls. Read More »»

Marcus & Millichap arranges two building sales totaling nearly $5M

The commercial real estate investment services firm Marcus & Millichap announced Thursday it has arranged two property sales totaling nearly $5 million combined, according to Brian C. Hosey, regional manager of the firm's New Jersey office. Read More »»

Cupcake chain Crumbs to reopen three N.J. stores

Crumbs Bake Shop, the once-popular cupcake chain that closed abruptly this summer, will reopen three New Jersey stores this month, according to a published report. Read More »»

Cashing in on cool: Union-based Schott NYC has cornered leather jacket market for generations

There's nothing cooler than being able to say your company produced the rebel-spirited piece of Americana that Bruce Springsteen dons on the cover of his 1975 album “Born to Run.” Read More »»

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Breaking Glass

Campbell Soup's Denise Morrison offers tips on how women can rise to the C-suite

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Industry Insights

Comcast honors veterans by partnering with U.S. Chamber's Hiring Our Heroes campaign

In March 2012, I was delighted when Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO, Brian...

Millennial Minded

Which generation of business owners is more confident, millennials or boomers?

A recent Bank of America survey shows small business owners are more confident...

SFW: Suitable for Work

12 N.J. companies earn LGBT 'Best Places to Work' distinction

A study published Wednesday by the Human Rights Campaign scores companies...

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