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NJBIZ Morning Roundup

Industry Insights: Is your business ready for flu season?

It’s flu season, and unfortunately, it is shaping up to be one of the most serious we have seen in recent years.

The NJBIZ Power 100: The most powerful people in New Jersey business

The Power 100, NJBIZ’s annual ranking of the most powerful people in New Jersey business, is out. Click here to see the list.

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

KeyBank N.A. on Friday named several new executives to its Hudson Valley/Metro N.Y. Market team, which handles business in northern New Jersey for...

Sitar Realty involved in several leases

Iselin-based commercial real estate firm Sitar Realty Company announced Friday that it has been a part of several recent property leasing...

(Most-read) Campbell Soup shakes up its structure, leadership

Campbell Soup Company on Thursday announced plans to restructure the company to better “align the organization of the company's business...

Flights canceled during non-blizzard likely cost region more than $45M

Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Flight cancellations due to this week's blizzard forecast likely cost the regional economy over $45 million, in terms of what would-be travelers...

Multifamily rental construction in New Jersey is on the rise

Source: The Record

As homeownership rates continue to drop, multifamily construction is surging in New Jersey — making 2014 the busiest year for home building...

Hard Rock gets preliminary OK to enter Atlantic City market

Source: The Associated Press

The company that has populated the globe with Hard Rock casinos and restaurants received preliminary approval to enter the Atlantic City casino...

Feds announce plans to sell leases for offshore wind off New Jersey's coast

Source: NJ Spotlight

The federal government plans to conduct a lease sale for potential wind farms off the coast of New Jersey later this year, but whether the state will...

Sandy aid: Hard-hit towns should get more disaster funds, lawmakers say

Source: NJ Advance Media, for NJ.com

After developers in towns that were largely unscathed by Hurricane Sandy got millions in federal disaster relief funds that were distributed by the...

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