May Day isn’t typically a holiday we celebrate in New Jersey, but for workers it certainly was cause for celebration this year, thanks to Gov. Phil Murphy’s progressive agenda.
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The efforts of the Montclair Center Business Improvement District have helped to transform the city's downtown.
New Jersey made national headlines this week, as Gov. Murphy signed legislation that mandates equal pay for equal work.
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino sets June 28th opening date in Atlantic City
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn sells his casino business
Shuttered Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park reopens next month
Amazon HQ2 selection team visits Newark
Newark opens first residential high rise built in decades
State Senate passes earned sick leave legislation
Gross operating profits for Atlantic ...
The stock market ended this week the same way it did last week - with extreme volatility based on the latest headlines about trade.
And what a long budget season it is shaping up to be.
It’s business as usual for the federal government, as Congress reached agreement on a $1.3 trillion spending bill, averting a shutdown.
Will the governor’s budget grow New Jersey’s economy and spur job growth?
NJ Spotlight budget and finance writer John Reitmeyer says it remains to be seen if the Legislature will uphold the tax increases Gov. Murphy is calling for.
Next week is an important one for the Garden State, as Gov. Murphy delivers his first budget address.
One of New Jersey’s biggest political and business events occurred this week as legislators, lobbyists, business leaders and others boarded the Chamber train to Washington D.C.
Murphy's first Budget Address will be a significant statement on his agenda, and business leaders across the state hope to hear a preview of it during his Walk to Washington address.
Amid talk about how the new federal tax law might impact New Jersey, a high-level working group has been set up to take a big picture view of taxes in the state.
Sidamon-Eristoff warns that popular proposals, like the charitable deduction, are just "gimmicks" that won't work in the end.