PSE&G President and COO Ralph LaRossa says the improvement project the utility is proposing for $3.9 billion would help across the board. If less money is available, officials would have to make cuts.
A coalition of business leaders say a minimum wage increase would hurt small business owners and not boost the economy much.
Offering items like corn mazes, pumpkin picking, hay rides and farm animals are ways New Jersey farmers take advantage of agritourism to bring in customers.
The pharmaceutical company's departure from Summit will have economic impacts on local business owners and the municipality.
Small business owners are unsure how the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act will affect them.
Shaquille O'Neal, who was born in Newark, returned to the city to break ground on an apartment building, the first of its kind in 50 years.
Teachers Village is designed to be a 24-hour community with three charter schools, a pre-school, apartments for teachers and retail.
The first summer after Hurricane Sandy wasn't as successful for many businesses at the Jersey Shore. A recent poll found 38 percent of New Jerseyans spent less time there.
RBH Group CEO Ron Beit says garnering support from Gov. Chris Christie and Newark Mayor Cory Booker helped his company make Teachers Village a reality.
The latest Moody's report shows casino revenue in Atlantic City has fallen every year since 2006 while other states have seen their numbers increase.
Gov. Chris Christie says he's ready and willing to debate Barbara Buono at any date. He signed the Economic Opportunity Act to provide more comprehensive tax incentives for businesses.
Gov. Chris Christie, Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo and Newark officials, minus Mayor Cory Booker, were on hand for a ribbon cutting welcoming Panasonic to the city.
Despite an appeals court ruling saying New Jersey's sports betting law conflicts with federal law, Sen. Raymond Lesniak says state officials will take the issue up with the Supreme Court and believes ...
New Jersey Association of REALTORS CEO Jarrod Grasso says New Jersey's housing market is starting to catch up with the rest of the country and is on the upswing.
In an area that was just rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy's destruction, businesses were again lost, this time by flames.