The holiday season is the busiest shopping time and Bergen County businesses are restricted from opening Sundays.
Travel troubles, closed schools and reports of thundersnow as the Garden State gets hit again. A dangerous respiratory virus reaches high levels in parts of New Jersey. And the Assembly chairman ...
The New Jersey Business and Industry Association held its annual conference in Woodbridge.
Let the games begin. Internet gambling has now arrived in the Garden State. Gov. Christie sounds off on the DREAM Act and critics are calling it a flip-flop. And we look at dangerous toys.
NJBIA President Kirschner says that the economy for businesses is turning the corner and improving.
New poll numbers for Christie and Buono. The Senate president takes aim at his Republican counterpart. Business groups warn voters about raising the minimum wage. And New Jersey’s newest boxing ...
Voters will decide this November if the minimum wage in New Jersey will increase. Supporters say the rate hike would help low-wage workers make ends meet, but opponents have their doubts. President of ...
Mounting fears in New Jersey’s Egyptian community as the crisis in Cairo turns deadly. Plus, Cory Booker loses a court battle. Good news about jobs. And bringing a horse race to the beach.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says steady economic gains have improved confidence.
Gov. Chris Christie will deliver his budget address Tuesday, which has many speculating about what the state's financial situation will be.
New Jersey Business Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says his organization's survey has found greater business confidence in the state. He predicts a greater rebound in 2013 than 2012.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says his organization favors a tax cut but opposes loopholes to the 2 percent property tax cut and an increase in minimum wage.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association President Philip Kirschner discusses the economic climate in the state.