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Division of Consumer Affairs inspects boardwalk arcade games for violations

6-28-17
State inspectors have found 38 violations in 20 out of 50 businesses in Point Pleasant and Seaside Heights.

Newark sets goal of 2,020 jobs for Newarkers by 2020

6-26-17
Hire. Buy. Live. Newark. is a new initiative with the goal of hiring 2,020 Newarkers in jobs, both high-skill and entry-level, at a variety of Newark's largest employers.

Debate over how to spend NJ’s share of Volkswagen settlement money

6-22-17
Sens. Bateman and Smith want to spend New Jersey’s share of the Volkswagen settlement money on reducing diesel emissions and adding more charging stations for zero-emission vehicles.

PSEG CEO discusses his vision for the future of energy in NJ

6-21-17
Ralph Izzo, chairman, president and CEO of PSEG, wants to focus on reducing energy use while making it more environmentally friendly to produce.

Kearny Point partners with Uber to ease employees’ commutes

6-21-17
Ride-hailing company Uber partnered with developer Kearny Point to offer incentives and monthly credits for employees without cars.

Cannabis bill sees support, questions at Senate hearing

6-19-17
The state Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on chairman Nick Scutari's cannabis legalization bill.

Cannabis industry holds expo, anticipating legalization in NY, NJ

6-16-17
The cannabis industry continues to grow across the country, creating opportunities and challenges for civic and political leaders and entrepreneurs.

At business dinner Guadagno, Murphy highlight differences

6-14-17
Gubernatorial candidates Phil Murphy and Kim Guadagno spoke about their plans for business in New Jersey at a NJBIA dinner.

NJBIA hosts gubernatorial candidates for discussion about business in NJ

6-13-17
NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka spoke with David Cruz ahead of a business dinner with New Jersey's gubernatorial candidates.

Students recreate Ellis Island experience through virtual reality

6-13-17
Students from Bergen County Academies worked for more than three years to design and write code for an educational app that lets you go back a century in time at Ellis Island.