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Hospital groups blast proposed charity-care cut: Budget 'doesn't recognize ongoing challenges'

Hospital groups blast proposed charity-care cut: Budget 'doesn't recognize ongoing challenges'

Five associations that represent New Jersey hospitals on Friday issued a joint statement opposing the $148 million cut in charity care proposed by...

Rutgers launches redesigned website that helps businesses engage with university

Rutgers University has completely redesigned its Business Portal, a website designed by the university's Corporate Engagement Team and industry...

Engaging opportunity: Rutgers putting more emphasis on building ties with corporate community

Chris Molloy has been connected to the Rutgers community in one way or another pretty much ever since he set foot on campus as a freshman in the fall...

Engineering and construction firm leases Mount Laurel office suite

An engineering, consulting and construction management firm has leased space at a site in Mount Laurel, Wolf Commercial Real Estate said Friday.

Aetna, Barnabas reach deal, averting health care coverage disruption

Aetna, Barnabas reach deal, averting health care coverage disruption

The health insurer Aetna and Barnabas Health, New Jersey's largest health care provider, announced Thursday they have reached a new, two-year...

Updated: Melissa Orsen named new head of EDA

Citing her long experience in government — and in running government agencies — the board of the New Jersey Economic Development...

Updated: With tax rebates unlikely, bill would give 200 N.J. companies tax credits instead

A bill introduced this week would give tax credits to some 200 companies — instead of tax rebates they're owed under a former state incentive...

Updated: Atlantic City's Hard Rock Cafe to close in April; 73 to lose jobs

The Hard Rock Cafe at Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal is slated to close in April and 73 workers will lose their jobs, according to a federally...

Updated: Hospitals' charity care funds are cut in latest Christie budget

Updated: Hospitals' charity care funds are cut in latest Christie budget

The charity care funds that hospitals use to defray the cost of caring for indigent and uninsured patients are being reduced by $148 million, to $502...

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