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NJ chamber recognizes Munoz and Sumter as women leaders in innovation

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce awarded its 2018 Alice H. Parker Women Leaders in Innovation Award to Assemblywomen Nancy Munoz and Shavonda...

Special Properties and Christie's expand in Northern NJ with Gavura

Special Properties Real Estate Services LLC, a regional affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, on Thursday announced the...

Heritage tourism: NJ's hidden gem — and one of its least-promoted assets
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From the Sept. 17 issue of NJBIZ

New Jersey has the potential to bring in a steady stream of tourism dollars from the heritage industry, said Maxine Luers, chair of the New Jersey...

NJBIZ names 40 Under 40 Awards winners for 2018

NJBIZ honored the 2018 40 Under 40 awards winners Thursday evening at iPlay America in Freehold. Some names you may know, others you may be seeing...

Time running out on tax amnesty: Manafort case highlights resulting sting of FBAR penalties (subscriber content)

From the Sept. 17 issue of NJBIZ

An often-misunderstood IRS reporting requirement known as Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts has gained a lot of publicity since Paul...

Utilities in NJ to be let get more aggressive trimming trees, clearing vegetation?

Source: NJ Spotlight

Yesterday, the Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee took action by approving a Assembly Bill 2558, to allow more aggressive...

NJ unemployment rate hovers at 4.2%, still worse than national average

Source: The Associated Press

New Jersey employers added 1,600 jobs in August but the unemployment rate held at 4.2 percent.

Sweeney: Medical marijuana tax needs to go away

Senate President Stephen Sweeney, D-3rd District, said he wants the state to phase out its taxes on medical marijuana, eventually eliminating the tax...

Workers at The Harborage ratify contract with HMH

Nursing home workers at The Harborage, Hackensack Meridian Health’s long-term care facility in North Bergen, ratified a new three-year labor...

Feds: NJ women make less than 82 percent of what men do

Full-time and salaried women in New Jersey have a median income of $929 a week, or 81.6 percent of the $1,138 their male counterparts earn, according...

Kimberly Brennan: Rising to top in a male-dominated industry (subscriber content)

NJBIZ 40 Under 40: Ten years later
From the Sept. 17 issue of NJBIZ

Brian Tobin: A career devoted to moving people (subscriber content)

NJBIZ 40 Under 40: Ten years later
From the Sept. 17 issue of NJBIZ
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