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Supermarket project could transform Elizabeth neighborhood

By Joshua Burd
December 1, 2015 02:39 PM

It's one thing for a neighborhood to be a food desert, but George Jacobs sees something perhaps more alarming in the area that sits east of Route 1 & 9 in Elizabeth. CONTINUE READING

Route 1 retail property changes hands

By Eric Strauss
November 30, 2015 09:42 AM

A former furniture store along Route 1 in Rahway has been sold, according to The Goldstein Group. CONTINUE READING

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Toys R Us CEO makes a (strong) case for being open on Thanksgiving Day: 'It's what you do'

By Tom Bergeron
November 24, 2015 11:46 AM

We've all seen those GEICO ads as part of the company's "It's what you do" campaign. (And I'll take The Final Countdown over Peter Pan as the best if I get to pick.) CONTINUE READING

Jersey's own toy story: New CEO Dave Brandon talks shopping, shipping and how he aims to change Toys R Us

By Tom Bergeron
November 20, 2015 09:05 AM

Dave Brandon was named CEO of Toys R Us in June. Brandon, the former head of Domino's Pizza, sat down with NJBIZ to talk about his new role in New Jersey as the company prepares for its most important time of the year: CONTINUE READING

New markets mean facing new challenges: Bringing products to U.S. is tough task for even the biggest global companies

By Tom Bergeron
November 20, 2015 09:05 AM

Harris Soejima, general manager of the global communication group for Panasonic, described a complicated issue in the simplest of phrases. “We need to be above the noise,” he said. CONTINUE READING

Future plans: Panasonic has built a high-tech 'sustainable smart town' in Japan — Portions of the project could be coming soon to N.J.

By Tom Bergeron
November 20, 2015 09:05 AM

It's not a dream, an idea, a concept or even a well-researched business proposal. Fujisawa SST is a “sustainable smart town” developed and operated by Panasonic that exists today in Japan — one with residents who share power in homes that are as energy-efficient as any in the world and live in a community as organized as any you would find in any futuristic sci-fi movie. CONTINUE READING

Food funders: Rutgers program helps startup companies get needed capital to grow

By Andrew Sheldon
November 20, 2015 09:05 AM

When he founded the Rutgers Food Innovation Center in 2001, Lou Cooperhouse was hoping to incubate young, startup food companies and foster innovation in the industry. CONTINUE READING

Goldstein Group brokers series of leases

By Eric Strauss
November 16, 2015 10:05 AM

The Goldstein Group, a Paramus-based real estate services firm, announced it has brokered several recent lease transactions around the state. CONTINUE READING

Redi-Direct's mantra: Do more, know more, sell more

By Andrew Sheldon
November 13, 2015 03:58 PM

Redi-Direct Marketing started in 1989 as a plan drawn up by three guys on the back of a scorecard after a round of golf. CONTINUE READING

Back on the block

By Joshua Burd
November 13, 2015 03:58 PM

National retailers have come and gone in downtown Morristown — from Macy's to Barnes & Noble to Pier 1 Imports — but it's the recent arrival of one operator in particular that has Matt Dolly and Rick Rizzuto taking notice. CONTINUE READING

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