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Concern over House vote to roll back banking reforms

The House of Representatives approved the Financial Choice Act which rolls back many of the banking crisis era regulations designed to reign in the banking industry.

Boot camp helps Newark residents enter workforce

Twenty Newark residents who have been chronically unemployed now have the skills to re-enter the workforce.

SBA administrator touts attention to business development

New SBA administrator Linda McMahon toured Atlas Refinery in Newark as part of an effort by the agency to showcase the services it provides.

Concord Stud Farms produces world champion horses

At Concord Stud Farms, horses are bred, raised and sold. Additionally, the farm has opportunities for the public to interact with horses through riding.

Fine wine industry in New Jersey likened to California’s

Mike Beneduce of the New Jersey Winemakers Co-op says the Garden State is on the cusp of a breakthrough in being able to rival California and other places in creating world-class fine wines.

Shore businesses prepare for busy weekend, summer season

Tourism is the top industry in Ocean County, generating $4.7 billion a year.

Christie talks about future of shore ahead of Memorial Day

Christie talked about Sandy recovery efforts, possible changes to flood insurance and the state’s pension crisis in Seaside Heights.

Ahead of summer repairs, Amtrak explains scope of work

New York Penn Station's A Interlocking will be the site of long-overdue repair work expected to begin in July.

Bill seeking to close gender pay gap passes Assembly

The proposed bill would prohibit employers from inquiring about salary history. It amends the state law against discrimination banning employers from screening an applicant based on past wages during any stage of hiring.

What Does the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority Do?

The New Jersey Redevelopment Authority is an independent financing authority that provides financing to projects in New Jersey's most distressed communities.