South Jersey power broker George Norcross testified in front of the Senate committee investigating the state's tax incentive programs.
The algae turned lake water into a thick, pea soup-like pool, leading to swimming advisories and major losses for the tourism industry.
A lawsuit filed in Middlesex County by a former Amazon employee is the latest development highlighting an emerging disconnect in workplace law: the clash between companies that have zero-tolerance ...
A centerpiece of his 2017 campaign, Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday signed an executive order creating the Public Bank Implementation Board and gave it one year to design a public bank.
A joint committee assessed the Murphy administration's progress in supporting minority and women-owned businesses.
The day after Airbnb suffered a stinging defeat at the hands of voters in Jersey City the lingering residue of a bitter, bruising battle was still evident in the comments by the opposing sides.
More than $5 million has been raised, and mostly spent, in the pitched battle over a Jersey City ballot question on regulations for short-term rentals through online sites like Airbnb.
A new report shows that, despite Newark’s ongoing renaissance as a corporate and cultural hub, the new wealth is not, for the most part, flowing to much of its population.
Alarms are sounding in Bayonne over concerns that a deal between two healthcare companies could lead to the closure of the city’s only full-service hospital.
Gov. Phil Murphy's investigation into corporate tax breaks has so far cost New Jersey taxpayers $6.5 million, according to invoices obtained by The Associated Press through an open records request.
After 17 years of false starts, bankruptcies, and public scorn, the Meadowlands project now known as American Dream opened its doors to the public Friday.
The Business Network for Offshore Wind and the state Economic Development Authority invited the Scotland delegation and American businesses to a networking event regarding renewable energy.
A possible replacement for New Jersey’s lapsed corporate tax breaks is in the offing, but the key players in the standoff indicated Wednesday they remain far apart on a key sticking point.
A New Jersey Business and Industry Association and Einstein's Alley annual conference looked into the future at the roles automation will play in all sectors of business.
Easterseals New Jersey, a nonprofit job training program for people with disabilities, held a ribbon cutting for its brand new office in Woodbury.