GSI President Regina Egea asked if and how New Jersey could reverse three uncomfortable truths about its economy and business climate.
Kim said he's trying to show that "there are adults in the room" and that collaboration can, and needs, to happen.
Jim Fakult and Marjorie Perry discuss the current and future business climate in New Jersey.
Join Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler and experts from around New Jersey as we talk about how property taxes affect the real estate market. Submit your questions using the form below, and be ...
Join Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler and experts from around New Jersey as we break down property taxes. Submit your questions using the form below, and be sure to watch live on Facebook and ...
After tallying up the dollars, the NJCPA found most of the property tax levy goes to schools.
Join NJTV News business correspondent Rhonda Schaffler for Know Jersey: Finances -- a show that explores common financial topics facing New Jersey residents.
Know Jersey: Finances is a digital ...
As the state spent billions to spur job growth and attract new businesses, a new audit suggests New Jersey has yet to see a return on that investment. Worse yet, there’s been little monitoring to ...
Mayor Anthony Fanucci talks about how creating an enticing business environment has helped to gain national recognition for one of the state's largest, but lesser-known, cities.
As the state appears to move closer and closer to legalizing recreational marijuana use, expect to see more officials speaking out to make sure the law gets it right.
Assembly Budget Chair Eliana Pintor Marin talks about this year's contentious budget negotiations and how legislators ultimately finalized a budget.
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 ...
And what a long budget season it is shaping up to be.
In about 50 days, the state's second-ever lieutenant governor will take the oath of office in an administration that will likely stand in sharp contrast to the Christie years.
The Labor & Workforce Development says data shows the New Jersey economy lost 6,300 jobs last month.