Attorneys for five sports organizations — as well as state officials who are battling them in court over sports betting — came to an agreement of sorts on Monday: both sides want a federal judge to issue a summary judgment in the case. Read More »»
Even as gas prices nationwide continue to drop, hitting the lowest average tabs Americans have seen since 2010 — New Jersey continues to maintain its advantage. Average prices here hovered around $2.76 a gallon last week, 17 cents lower than the national average and more than 50 cents cheaper than New York’s. Read More »»
Two name partners at Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster are leaving to create a new law firm. Read More »»
I've always struggled with the idea of labeling an entire generation of people. Experience is so subjective that the whole enterprise can seem a bit daft. Read More »»
Leading Women Entrepreneurs will host its annual “Rising to New Heights” event from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 4 at Fiddlers Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, in recognition of this year's Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. Read More »»
Florham Park-based animal health company Zoetis announced Monday that it has a deal in place to purchase the animal health assets of Illinois-based Abbott Animal Health for $255 million. Read More »»
Little Falls-based health care device maker Cantel Medical Corp. announced Monday that it has promoted its chief operating officer to president. Read More »»
It's an honor every New Jersey business covets, but only one can earn the top spot on the NJBIZ 50 Fastest Growing Companies. Read More »»
Driving over the Bayonne Bridge, it’s possible to look through the metal framework of the partially dismantled roadway at the steel tops of shipping containers passing just a few feet below, stacked 15 stories above the waters of the Kill Van Kull on huge ships. Read More »»
Is a large town cheaper to run than a smaller one? Not necessarily, says a new Rutgers University study, to be released this morning, that concludes bigger is not necessarily better. Read More »»
Monif Clarke didn't have a social media strategy for her women's clothing company until this year, when she hired a consultant to help her build one. Read More »»
Robert Weiner, co-owner of the Bruce the Bed King mattress and furniture store on Hackensack’s Main Street, last week took his 96-year-old father to see a first in the 60 years since his family opened its store — a 222-unit apartment building rising on State Street, a block from downtown. Read More »»
Two days after JPMorgan Chase said it had dropped plans to build two new office towers for $6.5 billion in midtown Manhattan, reportedly because New York City refused the company’s request for tax breaks, New Jersey’s economic development team sprang into action. Read More »»
Sometimes even the most devoted of smartphone users worries technology has made connecting with others so impersonal. But Kirusa's got apps for that. Read More »»
Oticon is affiliated with an approximately $7 billion holding group. It even has a brand-new, 162,000-square-foot Somerset headquarters. But its president, Peer Lauritsen, doesn't have an office. He might be on the highest rung of the ladder for an industry leader in hearing care, but he remains seated among his 500-strong Jersey workforce. How's that for corporate culture? Read More »»
It has been more than four years since Gov. Chris Christie signed the Offshore Wind Economic Development Act, a measure that was intended to spark the creation of a new green industry in New Jersey and put the state at the forefront of innovation in the sector. Read More »»
The question was simple: Based on real estate listings, which towns in New Jersey had the highest average listings for a four-bedroom, two-bath home? Three of the top four were in Morris County. And six of the top 10 were north of Interstate 78. Read More »»
Cooper University Health Care announced Friday that Kevin O'Dowd, Gov. Chris Christie's chief of staff, will leave his post within the administration to become its senior executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Read More »»
HealthCare.gov and online insurance marketplaces in more than a dozen states opened for a second year on Saturday without the widespread computer troubles that frustrated consumers and the Obama administration when the exchanges debuted 13 months ago. Read More »»
State Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd will refrain from making decisions that would directly affect Cooper University Hospital in Camden after her husband accepted a senior management job there, officials said Friday night. Read More »»
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