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EY names the top N.J. entrepreneurs for 2016

EY, also known as Ernst & Young, announced the winners of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award for New Jersey at its annual gala. The event was held...

$15 minimum wage bill heads to Christie’s desk

The Senate voted Thursday to approve a bill that calls for a gradual increase of New Jersey’s minimum wage to $15 per hour over the next five...

(Most-read) Court backs Horizon in pair of cases tied to OMNIA health plan's tiers

The state's largest insurer was handed a significant win Thursday in its two major cases with hospitals regarding its newest tiered network plan.

Who's N.J.'s richest member of Congress?

Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

So, who's the richest member of New Jersey's congressional delegation?

Christie files nominations and direct appointment

Source: PolitickerNJ

Gov. Chris Christie filed the following nominations with the state Senate and made the following appointment. The governor’s nominations are...

VW to pay about $10.2B to settle emissions claims

Source: The Associated Press

Volkswagen has agreed to take a series of steps costing about $10.2 billion to settle claims from its unprecedented diesel emissions cheating scandal...

Would Vice President Christie help or hurt Trump's White House chances?

Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Gov. Chris Christie would hurt rather than help businessman Donald Trump if he were to be the Republican vice-presidential nominee, according to a...

Brexit vote: 5 ways Britain leaving European Union impacts Americans

Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Reading up on the British decision to leave the European Union, the vote across the sea could impact you and your finances.

Costco's bumpy switch from Amex to Visa met with customer anger

Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Costco officially dropped American Express as its credit card partner this week after 16 years, and replaced its store card with a Citi Visa.

Which students would suffer the most under Christie school aid plan?

Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Gov. Chris Christie's plan to institute a standard school aid figure across all districts would disproportionally harm schools in poor black and...

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