South Jersey Industries announced Monday that its South Jersey Resources Group unit will supply fuel management services to a Virginia natural gas generating station. Read More »»
Manufacturing is often perceived to be dull and monotonous. But Ascalon Studios in West Berlin has been adding color to the industry for more than 30 years. Read More »»
State Sen. Raymond Lesniak, a major online gaming proponent in the state Legislature, says the industry's first year in New Jersey has been a “great success” — from a regulatory standpoint. Read More »»
With four Atlantic City casinos having closed this year and another in danger of going dark next month, the properties that remain appear to be reaping the benefits. Read More »»
Cooper University Health Care announced Friday that Kevin O'Dowd, Gov. Chris Christie's chief of staff, will leave his post within the administration to become its senior executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Read More »»
It’s the question everyone who’s familiar with Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop wants to know the answer to: Has he considered running for governor of New Jersey? Read More »»
It's an honor every New Jersey business covets, but only one can earn the top spot on the NJBIZ 50 Fastest Growing Companies. Read More »»
11. BioReference Laboratories Inc. Location: Elmwood Park CEO: Marc Grodman Industry: Health care/laboratory BioReference is the third largest full service clinical diagnostic laboratory in the U.S. providing testing and related services to physician offices, clinics, hospitals, long term care facilities, employers, governmental units and correctional institutions. Read More »»
1. ProSight Specialty InsuranceLocation: Morristown CEO: Joe Beneducci Industry: Insurance RELATED: New system is designed to reduce transportation industry risk ProSight is a different kind of insurance company. We are specialists, working exclusively with expert distributors to deliver unique value to our customers. Read More »»
Visiting Nurse Association Health Group and Visiting Physician Services announced they are joining forces to better serve older and disabled people in New Jersey who need health care at home. Read More »»
Retail vacancy along four of central New Jersey's major shopping corridors fell in the third quarter to a six-year low of 7.6 percent, according to a continued study by the brokerage firm R.J. Brunelli. Read More »»
The parent of the Bottom Dollar Food discount grocery chain has reached an agreement to sell its stores, which could cost hundreds of New Jerseyans their jobs. Read More »»
Back in September, when Gov. Chris Christie hosted a closed-door summit on Atlantic City's future with various government and business leaders, he promised it wouldn't be the last. Read More »»
Richard Stockton College will acquire the shuttered Showboat Casino Hotel from Caesars Entertainment with plans to repurpose the Atlantic City property as a branch campus, the school and the gaming giant announced Tuesday. Read More »»
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey announced its third recognition as a “Military Friendly Employer” and its first recognition as a “Military Spouse Friendly Employer” by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines. Read More »»
Tens of thousands more New Jerseyans could purchase 2015 government-subsidized health insurance policies during the three-month open enrollment that starts Saturday on HealthCare.gov — on top of about 160,000 who bought 2014 coverage in the first year of the “Obamacare” online health insurance exchange. Read More »»
Some companies excel at drafting policies related to veterans, reservists and their families, as well as making an effort to hire them. And at least one is in New Jersey. Read More »»
College can be an important part of a veteran's post-military life, and more and more colleges are recognizing that a portion of their student body has taken this nontraditional route to higher education. As a result, more and more are also going out of their way to ease the transition for former servicemen and -women. Read More »»
AmeriHealth New Jersey on Monday announced the expansion of its co-branded health plan with Camden's Cooper University Health Care to include Shore Medical Center in Atlantic County and Cape Regional Medical Center in Cape May County. AmeriHealth NJ also said it is rebranding the plan as the “Community Advantage” plan to reflect its wider geographic coverage. Read More »»
Of the $130.8 million in incentive awards approved Monday by the Economic Development Authority, $107 million belong to defense contractor Lockheed Martin. But five other projects also received awards. Read More »»
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