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Sweeney still committed to passing paid sick leave, hospital tax bills, report says

Sweeney still committed to passing paid sick leave, hospital tax bills, report says

Senate President Steve Sweeney says he's still committed to passing a statewide paid sick leave bill, but it may have to wait until after this...

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Bread company wants to multiply its presence in Vineland every five years

Bridor U.S.A. — a Quebec-based producer of authentic croissants, pastries and breads — just completed a $32 million expansion of its...

Generic topical maker buys Vineland building

IGI Laboratories Inc. is expanding its headquarters with the acquisition of a building in Vineland, according to real estate firm Wolf Commercial...

Several N.J. colleges among the Top 100 in the U.S. for earnings potential

Of course, college is a place for higher learning, a place for young students to flirt with various disciplines and dip their toes into the waters of...

N.J.'s Top 100 Privately Held Companies: Who are the billion-dollar businesses?

N.J.'s Top 100 Privately Held Companies: Who are the billion-dollar businesses?

They are the biggest privately held companies in New Jersey, with revenues ranging into the billions of dollars. They are manufacturers, IT firms,...

What are the Top 5 privately held companies in each county?

Among the NJBIZ Top 100 Privately Held Companies, there are certainly geographic patterns that can be picked out. Bergen and Morris counties with...

N.J. health care organizations get $2M in funding through two programs

A number of health care organizations in New Jersey are receiving an influx of cash, as two initiatives pump more than $2 million into the state to...

Federal appeals court rules against latest N.J. sports betting effort

Judges at the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia ruled in a 2-to-1 vote Tuesday against the legalization of sports betting in New...

Market's wild ride should remind 401(k) investors to examine holdings

Market's wild ride should remind 401(k) investors to examine holdings

After more than two decades in the finance world, it would take a lot to catch Kevin Mahn off guard. As such, Monday's decline in the stock market...

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