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premium content Lots of action in A.C: Sorting out winners and losers

Atlantic City-watchers couldn't be blamed if their heads were spinning like a roulette wheel after a plethora of news both good and bad. In case you missed any of the fun, never fear — NJBIZ will catch you up on everything going on, and what it means for the South Jersey resort city. Read More »»

premium content Q&A: Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson — ‘I believe Trenton can be a great city’

New leader: Business development is top priority

Standing outside of Trenton City Hall on a Thursday afternoon, new Mayor Eric Jackson has a bit of a local celebrity following. Read More »»

Health care data breach has hit 1 million N.J. patients since 2009

The data of more than 1 million patients at New Jersey hospitals and medical facilities has been compromised since 2009, according to an investigative report by NJ Advance Media released Sunday morning. Read More »»

What's the richest town in the state? How about the smartest? In New Jersey, the same place wins both

Lies, damned lies and statistics. You know the deal, so keep that in mind when the wealthiest (and the most educated) town in each state is picked. In New Jersey, it's the same place. Read More »»

Slight uptick in gaming revenue for Atlantic City's shrinking casino market

Atlantic City's struggling casino market saw a rare bump in gaming revenue in August, thanks in part to a small boost from Internet wagering. Read More »»

Business, sponsorship opportunities for Ray Rice lost permanently, experts say

There was a pause with just under three minutes left in the first half of Thursday night’s NFL game between the Ravens and the Steelers, and the discussion turned to the subject that has dominated the news for the entire week: Ray Rice. Read More »»

Conference sparks talk of triumphs, challenges in New Jersey commercial real estate market

It was around 9 a.m. at RealShare New Jersey, one of the year’s biggest commercial real estate conferences, and Joe Taylor had some friendly advice for the audience. Read More »»

EDA approves more than $98 million in incentives for 8 projects

More than $98 million in Grow NJ and Economic Redevelopment and Growth incentives — including one for $39.8 million — was approved for eight projects Thursday by the Economic Development Authority at its monthly board meeting in Trenton. Read More »»

Guess who leads the way in special interest group spending in N.J.?

The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission released Wednesday an analysis of the top 25 special interest groups that have donated more than $311 million in the last 15 years on campaign contributions, lobbying and independent spending. Read More »»

Maker of glass and plastic products plans expansion of Vineland HQ

J.G. Finneran Associates, Inc., a manufacturer of glass and plastic products for the chromatography, biotechnology and environmental industries, is expanding its Vineland headquarters, the city announced Thursday. Read More »»

Rutgers Food Innovation Center wins $50,000 in SBA competition

Rutgers Food Innovation Center, based in Bridgeton, was recently named a winner of the first Growth Accelerator Fund competition held by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Read More »»

Revel gets $90 million offer from Florida developer

A Florida developer has offered $90 million to buy Revel Casino Hotel, the failed $2.4 billion megaresort in Atlantic City that closed last week after failing to ever turn a profit. Read More »»

Want to make a difference? Choose one of these majors

My grandmother recalled a question she had asked one of her children. “What job do you want to have?” she asked. “Which job makes the most money?” her child replied in earnest. Read More »»

N.J.'s health insurers prepare for second year of Obamacare shopping

New Jerseyans were looking for bargains and lots of choices when they shopped for 2014 health insurance plans on the online exchange. Now, health insurers are gearing up to meet those consumer demands when open enrollment begins Nov. 15 for 2015, the second year Americans will buy government-subsidized health plans under the Affordable Care Act. Read More »»

Five Below bringing hundreds of jobs to Jersey as it moves distribution center from Delaware to Oldmans

Retail chain Five Below has broken ground on a new 1 million-square-foot distribution center in Oldmans Township in Salem County, Cherry Hill-based supply chain firm NFI announced. Read More »»

No sign of New Jersey race on new Formula One calendar

The elusive Formula One race planned for northern New Jersey was nowhere to be found this week when the international racing circuit released its draft 2015 calendar. Read More »»

Trump Entertainment Resorts files for bankruptcy; Taj Mahal could close in November

Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for bankruptcy Tuesday, and its struggling Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City is expected to close in mid-November if it does not get its financial house in order. Read More »»

The millennial credit card: Advice for the ones with and the ones without

Millennials are funny when it comes to credit cards. Read More »»

Terhune Orchards: Where you can see (and taste) the difference

Among today's consumers, being green is more of a perk than ever. And companies know it — so there's plenty of incentive to be somewhat disingenuous about just how green you are. Read More »»

Greenleaf Painters finds price is now right for its product

Between giving examples of his sustainable practices, Jonathan Shenk, owner of Greenleaf Painters, was fending off calls about the extra painters he's looking to hire. Read More »»

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Breaking Glass

Check your emotions at the door when asking for a raise

I may receive harsh feedback, but I'm going to go out on a limb and say: Women...

Industry Insights

“New” Military Park transforming a Newark neighborhood

The ribbon cutting of Newark's Military Park this summer marked a rebirth for...

Millennial Minded

Use tech as a tool, not a crutch... or a distraction

Hi. My name is Andrew, and I'm a technology addict.

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Rudest on the road? Would you believe Jersey isn't among the top five states

It turns out that New Jersey doesn't have the rudest drivers in the country. In...

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