Marlton-based Liberty Bell Bank announced Monday that it has entered into a stock purchase agreement with a private investor. Read More »»
The lawsuit continues against Joel Weinshanker, president and CEO of National Entertainment Collectibles Association Inc. in Hillside, preventing him from purchasing Hastings Entertainment for $21.4 million. Read More »»
The accountable care organization movement is continuing to gain traction in New Jersey. Read More »»
The expansion of health insurance accomplished under the Affordable Care Act might alter costs for several major types of liability insurance, though any such changes are likely to be modest, according to a new Rand Corp. study. Read More »»
New Jerseyans don't outright love the Affordable Care Act but they don't hate it either. Read More »»
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday that its broadest measure of labor underutilization—including the unemployed, workers employed part-time, and those marginally attached to the work force—decreased in New Jersey by 1 percent in 2013. Read More »»
Agency Network Exchange was unveiled today as the new name of Consolidated Insurance Agents of New Jersey, as the network of independent insurance agents kicked off its expansion beyond New Jersey and into Pennsylvania and other mid-Atlantic states. Read More »»
The past six months have been good to New Jersey’s entrepreneurs. Read More »»
Compass Self Storage, a member of the Amsdell Companies, announced Wednesday the purchase of a self storage center in Deptford. Read More »»
Roseland-based ADP reported Wednesday that private sector job employment increased by 191,000 jobs from February to March, according to the March ADP National Employment Report. Read More »»
The latest findings from Gallup Inc. suggest that 77 percent of New Jersey residents are unhappy with the high cost of state taxes. Read More »»
New Jersey voters are still not convinced that Gov. Chris Christie is telling the truth about his claims that he had no active role in the planning, execution or cover-up of the September lane closures at the George Washington Bridge, two new polls have found. Read More »»
With mandatory paid sick-leave policies recently put in place in New Jersey’s two largest cities, lawmakers and advocates are now calling for a statewide measure. Read More »»
In its storefront window visible from Bay Avenue in Highlands, Francesco’s Italian Restaurant proudly displays that it is currently celebrating 30 years in business. Read More »»
Small businesses potentially regained some flexibility to buy health insurance plans when Congress and President Barack Obama last week tweaked a provision of the Affordable Care Act. Read More »»
The New Jersey Restaurant Association in Trenton launched an online campaign today to make the state's tipped employee wages easier to understand, which included sending information to New Jersey legislators regarding the enforcement of the current laws. Read More »»
When United Airlines began nonstop service connecting Chicago and Houston to Atlantic City International Airport last week, there was much rejoicing in the struggling resort town. Read More »»
L-3 Communications may be shrinking its footprint at its Camden office complex of more than 20 years, but the defense contractor isn't cutting its headcount. Read More »»
Eight New Jersey companies are leading the way with digital strategies. And one of them is the only major health insurance company in the U.S. to make the rankings on this year’s InformationWeek Elite 100. Read More »»
Bergman Real Estate Group and Time Equities Inc. have leased 20,000 square feet of Cherry Hill office space to the U.S. General Services Administration, the building owners said Thursday. Read More »»
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