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Here’s the Top 10 CRE developers in N.J.: You’ll never guess how much square footage No. 1 controls

Here’s the Top 10 CRE developers in N.J.: You’ll never guess how much square footage No. 1 controls

NJBIZ recently released the Top 30 largest commercial real estate developers, based on square footage owned or controlled in New Jersey.

Industry Insights: Hospital Alliance hopes for greater charity care funding this year

While Washington fiercely debates the future of health care in America, we are fortunate in New Jersey to have leaders in both parties who stand up...

Industry Insights: DK Entrepreneur Academy aims to fast-track profitable growth for business in N.J.

Successful entrepreneurs and business leaders Jack Killion and Matt Douglas have created the DK Entrepreneur Academy to help accelerate profitable...

Airbnb sees growth in the state: N.J. hosts earned over $50M in 2016

It sure sounds as though it might pay to rent out that extra bedroom.

N.J. 'Day Without Immigrants' protest shows consequences of an immigrant nation without immigrants

Diversified: N.J. 'Day Without Immigrants' protest shows consequences of an immigrant nation without immigrants

Some immigrants in New Jersey participated in the silent protest of “A Day Without Immigrants” Thursday to show what cities and schools...

Philly Fed releases latest manufacturing outlook survey

According to the February manufacturing outlook survey conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, the manufacturing industry is...

Industry Insights: Escape rooms becoming popular outlet for workplace bonding

Escape rooms — an immersive, physical adventure in which players are locked in a themed room and must use elements of the room to solve a...

NJBIZ reveals N.J.'s Best Places to Work for 2017

What makes a company one of the Best Places to Work in New Jersey? It could be one of many things, from work/life balance to salary and benefits, but...

Seton Hall president to leave university

Seton Hall president to leave university

Seton Hall University President A. Gabriel Esteban is leaving the university for a similar job at DePaul University, two sources have told NJBIZ.

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