Transit advocates say they’ve reached out to both NJ Transit and Triple Five, the developers of American Dream, to discuss the megamall’s so-called master agreement for transportation, but claim ...
There’s no doubt Anne Erni is a people person. She uses her skills to recruit workers for Audible, the digital media company based in Newark.
A coalition of trade groups, employers and businesses announce the formation of the state’s first Economic Development and Advisory Council.
Rev. Levi Combs is leading a new coalition of community organizations in Camden called Grassroots.
Jersey City's short-term rental community is hoping to take its fight against a new city ordinance to voters.
Newark Venture Partners has 65 portfolio companies and 31 maintain a presence in Newark -- growing the Brick City’s mission of becoming the Silicon Valley of the east.
Gov. Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced that they’re taking on the Trump administration over the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions.
American Dream is expected to draw 40 to 50 million visitors a year, maybe 150,000 a day. How is the area planning on handling the massive influx of traffic?
NJTV's John Servidio built a career in the fast-paced broadcasting industry.
People are accustomed to Amazon Prime's quick delivery speeds, but what are the consequences for the workers in the warehouses who are filling those orders?
Task force members say they probably won’t meet again until the fall which means the EDA controversy has plenty of time to play itself out.
Newark's mayor says the goal is to increase funding so that the program can expand to 5,000 participants next year.
According to New Jersey’s Department of Labor, the warehousing and storage industry added 25,000 jobs in the last four years and it’s already outpacing the department’s 10-year projections for ...
Residents worry a new city council ordinance placing restrictions on short-term rentals could eliminate their ability to keep rentals on the market while using host-sites.
Failure has been a teaching tool for Marjorie Perry, who's breaking barriers while running Newark-based MZN Construction.