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Didn’t use all that time off? You’re not alone

Here’s to hoping you, loyal NJBIZ reader, got all that time to yourself that you deserve.

Believe it or not: N.J./N.Y. airports rank terribly in national survey (again)

That's it. We here at NJBIZ are running out of funny leads for these stories, and acute existential dread has begun to compound our thoughts every time these news briefs come across our desk.

Marketing firm picks winner of a year of free PR

A Morristown-based marketing firm has chosen the recipient of its pro bono services for 2017, it announced this week.

Which N.J. college's holiday celebration can warm even a Grinch's heart?

During my time as an undergrad at Rutgers University, I focused my studies on English and philosophy. The implication, if it isn't glaringly obvious, is that I was too busy dressing in all black, reading Camus and being a total Grinch to get into...

Power Survey's donation to St. Anthony shows how business can have huge impact at local level

Many people in the state know all about the stunning success of the boys basketball team at Saint Anthony High School in Jersey City. Not as many realize this: While the on-court achievements of the team are widely celebrated, the biggest success...

Culture Summit: Learn why corporate culture is the key to success

I remember the first great boss I ever had. Everyone does.

Marketing firm says nonprofits can apply for a free year of services

A Morristown-based integrated marketing firm is looking for a nonprofit organization to receive one year of free public relations services, it announced recently.

Profanity and vulgarity: Survey has surprising results on who finds it acceptable (and even preferred) in the workplace

Disclaimer: Stop reading this now if you are made uncomfortable by swear words. This may not be suitable for your workplace.

Oxford Communications' John Martorana explains the key to engaging social media users

John Martorana's Oxford Communications recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. And, like any communications business that's survived for three decades, it's seen technology take the industry, turn it upside down and shake out anyone that didn't...

Online extra: Barry Ostrowsky on how the business climate in the state has changed, the crazy questions he gets when he's out of state, and the one thing all businesses could do to improve business in the state

We talked with Barry Ostrowsky, the CEO and president of RWJBarnabas Health, for our story on the New Jersey Devils' “One Jersey” plan. It's not a marketing plan, the team said, but an attempt to start a movement to bring the state's...