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AC Casino Closures Affect Other Businesses

2-5-15
Formica Brothers Bakery, in business in Atlantic City for nearly 100 years, is starting to struggle with the closing of casinos.
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Casino Workers Turn to Food Bank for Help

2-4-15
After Robert Worrell got his hours cut at Harrah's and his wife Ngoc lost her job at Revel, the couple has been going to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.
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These towns have N.J.’s highest property taxes

2-4-15
By Emily Bader for NJBIZ“Another day, another dollar,” the saying goes. Well, when it comes to property taxes, for the average New Jerseyan, it's more like “another day, another $22.”Because, as a state with one of the nation’s ...
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Business Picking Up in New Jersey

2-3-15
The economy has improved with more businesses popping up in northern and central New Jersey, according to The Goldstein Group.
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Small Business Owners Deal with Snow

2-2-15
After the northern part of New Jersey saw significant snow, business owners had to dig out.
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Study: Nine 2011 Vehicles Had Zero Driver Deaths

2-2-15
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found nine vehicles with model years 2011 had no driver fatalities. They tended to be larger and have high-tech features.
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Mixed Reviews a Year After NJ Hosted the Super Bowl

1-30-15
A year ago, New Jersey was preparing to host the Super Bowl. Some say the event was good for the state while others aren't so sure.
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Former Treasury Secretary Geithner Gives Economic Update to NJ Investment Council

1-29-15
Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was at the annual meeting of the State Investment Council to give members an update on the world's economy.
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Senate President Criticizes Christie’s Plan for AC

1-29-15
Senate President Steve Sweeney says Gov. Christie made the wrong decision by bringing in "bankruptcy experts" to help the flailing Atlantic City.
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Assembly Fails to Override Christie Veto on SNAP Supplement Bill

1-29-15
Republicans in the Assembly did not vote to override Gov. Christie's veto of a bill that would grant a $90 a month supplement for food stamps.