Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Bracken says the state needs an economic master plan to get the state on better financial footing.
Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. When will Gov. Murphy sign the sports betting bill approved by the Legislature this week?
Sports betting is big business. It’s also now legal, thanks to Monday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
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.
Lobbyists and lawmakers joined new governor Phil Murphy at the inaugural ball.
Tom Bracken, president of the NJ Chamber of Commerce, says a lot of initiatives are ready to be rolled out, but things have to fall in place for them to happen.
Once again this week, Washington DC had a big say in the financial future of New Jersey residents.
Transportation insiders got an update on the state's most critical projects.
Agreement on repairing and replacing our rough roads and bridges. But how fast? And who pays? The politics of immigrant rights. Advocates aim their agendas at next year and their hopes on the next ...
Gov. Christie signed a bill making it easier for small businesses to get a surety bond.
After a terrible year and a state takeover of its finances, Atlantic City's mayor is hanging his hopes on the next governor. Congressional Republicans get set to gut Obamacare. Will the Democrats ...
New Year. New minimum wage hike to $8.44 an hour. How might an extra six cents improve the lives of workers and their children? When can social media be used to foment panic? We'll show you how a ...
The minimum wage increase to $8.44 an hour amounts to an extra $402 for workers in 2017.
It asks NJ voters to amend the constitution to dedicate all revenue from the gas tax to the Transportation Trust Fund.
As Bridgegate jurors deliberate, the defense files a motion for a mistrial under seal. You're paying more at the pump. On next Tuesday's ballot, a chance to tell Trenton how you want that gas tax ...