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New Revel owner can cancel tenant's leases

By April 21, 2015 08:27 AM

A judge will allow the new owner of Atlantic City's former Revel casino to terminate the leases of former business tenants there. CONTINUE READING

Obama mandate on overtime rules could cost businesses

By April 21, 2015 08:23 AM

The Obama administration gave plenty of warning to the business community that new overtime rules were coming. More than a year, in fact. CONTINUE READING


(Most-read) A walk, a talk, a hope for A.C.: Sweeney, Paladino tour New Brunswick's successes (with slideshow)

By April 21, 2015 08:19 AM

As he made his way down Somerset Street and through the College Avenue redevelopment project, it wasn't completely clear what state Senate President Steve Sweeney was looking at: The ever-changing present of New Brunswick, or the potential future of Atlantic City. CONTINUE READING

The Gen(d)erational Gap: Part 1: Still waging the fight?

By April 21, 2015 08:17 AM

Now is as good a time as ever to be a young woman in the American workforce. To find out why, NJBIZ examines "The changing face of the workplace" in Part 1 of our three-part series on what the gender gap means for millennial women in business today. Over the next three days, we will examine some of the major issues facing women in the workplace today, and how millennials are responding to them. CONTINUE READING

Lincoln Equities Group gets nod to develop sprawling industrial park in Piscataway

By Joshua Burd
April 21, 2015 08:14 AM

Local officials have taken an early step toward allowing Lincoln Equities Group build a new 2.4 million-square-foot industrial park at a former contaminated site in Piscataway, the developer said Monday. CONTINUE READING

Vision, Rubenstein to build MetLife Investments' new global headquarters in Hanover

By Joshua Burd
April 21, 2015 08:03 AM

MetLife Investments will move 850 employees from Morristown to Hanover, where the firm has tapped Vision Real Estate Partners and Rubenstein Partners to build its new global headquarters. CONTINUE READING

The list: On the move — New Jersey’s 10 fastest-growing counties

By April 20, 2015 08:15 AM

Some of the statements Gov. Chris Christie has been making at his recent “town hall” meetings might lead one to believe people are fleeing the state in droves. In fact, New Jersey's population is growing. CONTINUE READING

A walk, a talk, a hope for A.C.: Sweeney, Paladino tour New Brunswick's successes (with slideshow)

By Andrew George
April 16, 2015 03:38 PM

As he made his way down Somerset Street and through the College Avenue redevelopment project, it wasn't completely clear what state Senate President Steve Sweeney was looking at: CONTINUE READING

Moving cargo at N.J. ports will take much more than container ships

By April 20, 2015 08:13 AM

Sitting in a glass-walled conference room at Port Elizabeth’s Maher Terminals building, with a panorama of giant cranes unloading container ships visible to one side and a highway full of cargo-bearing trucks behind him, Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester) heaped praise on the port’s job-creating might, saying it could help boost the state’s anemic economic growth. CONTINUE READING

Company owned by West Milford man gains FAA approval to fly commercial drones

By April 20, 2015 08:12 AM

A new commercial enterprise is buzzing around North Jersey skies. In a process he described as painfully arduous, township resident Frank Galella and his Lincoln Park-based Next Generation Aviation Services recently gained federal approval to commercially operate unmanned aircraft systems. CONTINUE READING

N.J. seeks a way to recover its innovation sector

By April 20, 2015 08:10 AM

What can New Jersey — once the home of storied inventors like Thomas Edison and the Bell and Sarnoff labs — do to get its innovation mojo back? CONTINUE READING

(Most-read) Paving her way to success: Atlantic InfraRed changing the construction industry

By April 20, 2015 08:08 AM

Potholes. You probably went through one this morning. They are, after all, inevitable — caused by weather and repairs. But here's something you probably didn't know: If fixed correctly, they only need to be repaired once. CONTINUE READING

It's all about making a match: State trying to take lead on white elephant issue

By April 20, 2015 08:03 AM

In South Plainfield, municipal leaders have adopted the old adage about throwing everything against the wall and seeing what sticks. At least when it comes to their attempts to find a user for the former Motorola corporate campus that now sits vacant along Durham Avenue. CONTINUE READING

Hugin: Support for innovators is key

By April 20, 2015 07:58 AM

SpeakEasy is a running feature in NJBIZ where we recap speeches and presentations given by key business leaders around the state at one of New Jersey's many conferences and events. This story is based on a presentation given by Celgene Chairman and CEO Robert J. Hugin on April 2 at an event celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Rothman Institute for Entrepreneurship at Fairleigh Dickinson University. CONTINUE READING

Future unicorns: The next billion-dollar startups

By April 19, 2015 12:27 AM

Massively successful startups have historically been rare. Emerging to the wonder of the business world, companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook seemed such aberrations they became known as unicorns. Who could join them? CONTINUE READING

Christie calls for 'national conversation' to combat rising tuition at colleges

By April 17, 2015 08:16 AM

Gov. Chris Christie said he received letter a few weeks ago that shocked him. It was from Notre Dame University, the school his oldest daughter attends. CONTINUE READING

State’s labor chief suggests employment picture looks brighter in perspective

By April 17, 2015 08:06 AM

New Jersey’s unemployment rate ticked upward again last month as a result of more job losses, but the head of the state Department of Labor urged lawmakers yesterday to take a longer view. Monthly figures are often revised, and it takes more time to get a full picture of how the state economy is faring, said Labor Commissioner Harold Wirths during an afternoon hearing of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee. CONTINUE READING

Interactive map: Income taxes expected to add $13B to state coffers

By April 17, 2015 08:04 AM

In the aftermath of Income Tax Day on Wednesday, returns are pouring into the New Jersey Division of Taxation's offices to be processed. The state expects to collect $13 billion in total in income taxes in the current fiscal year, which ends June 30, and $13.7 billion in the fiscal year beginning July 1. CONTINUE READING

Fort Lee-based tech startup WeHub to power Penn Relays

By April 17, 2015 08:02 AM

A Fort Lee-based tech start-up is betting it can win over the roughly 110,000 people attending next weekend’s Penn Relays with its messaging app, and hoping it can repeat a recent success it had with spring-break revelers in Panama City, Fla. CONTINUE READING

Don’t panic, college seniors: Jobs for grads likely to grow

By April 17, 2015 07:59 AM

The consulting and accounting firm EY is aggressively recruiting on college campuses this spring. The company formerly known as Ernst & Young plans to hire 9,000 graduates from U.S. universities this year, up from 7,500 in 2014. But recruiting isn't as easy as it used to be. CONTINUE READING

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