There wasn’t much disagreement between manufacturers and a bipartisan caucus of state lawmakers over the impact trade tariffs are having on businesses in New Jersey.
New Jersey is the sixth most expensive state in the United States for renters. Because of those costs, many people are turning to becoming homeowners, but home prices are also on the rise.
Gov. Phil Murphy addressed a crowd at Rutgers University and listed some 30 polices he has addressed during his first 100 days in office.
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?
The business of getting from here to there was highlighted the week, between Trump’s infrastructure proposal and Murphy’s push to help NJ Transit commuters.
Manufacturing companies spoke about issues facing the industry, including raising the minimum wage.
Gov. Murphy continues to keep a busy schedule - hosting a roundtable on increasing the minimum wage, resurrecting a criminal justice commission, and singing an executive order to help provide relief ...
Our new governor has only been in office for a few days, but already Phil Murphy is taking several actions that will impact workers and businesses in New Jersey.
Day two in office and Murphy held his first Cabinet meeting, signed his second executive order and hosted a roundtable on raising the minimum wage and earned sick leave.
With a new governor about to be sworn in, Pastor David Jefferson Sr. of Newark’s Metropolitan Baptist Church called for a statewide Economic Justice Advisory Council.
A 16-cent increase to the minimum wage goes into effect Jan. 1, and it starts the clock for Gov-Elect Murphy to make good on campaign promises pledging to boost it further.
Once again this week, Washington DC had a big say in the financial future of New Jersey residents.
The board also heard updates on the Bayonne Bridge project, the 2018 budget and upgrades to the PATH system.
Prosper Insights & Analytics finds that consumers plan to spend an average of $967.13 this year, up 3.4 percent from 2016.