Insurance Council of New Jersey President Deana Lykins says Hurricane Sandy brought more damage to New Jersey than Katrina and Irene and the state's insurance companies are preparing for an influx of ...
The state treasurer and economists discussed New Jersey's economic future, particularly in light of Hurricane Sandy damage.
Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan says the decision to suspend the county's Blue Laws was made to allow residents to replace lost items and wasn't a test of having retail stores open Sundays.
Parking lots filled up on Route 17 and stores were full of customers Sunday.
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo agrees with Gov. Christie that Hurricane Sandy impacted the October revenues for Atlantic City, but worries that lingering effects like a gas shortage will not allow for a ...
Acting Commissioner of the Department of Banking and Insurance Ken Kobylowski says New Jersey institutions are doing a good job of getting loans to borrowers and are well capitalized and well managed.
New Jersey Builders Association CEO Timothy Touhey finds the latest home building numbers encouraging after the industry faced a dramatic recession.
The NCAA has pulled championship sporting events from New Jersey because the state is moving toward allowing sports betting.
Despite the federal ban, New Jersey is moving forward to allow sports betting. John Forbes, President of Monmouth Park Racetrack, talks about about what sports betting will mean for the racetrack.
Pharmaceutical company Merck has announced it will move its global headquarters within the Garden State, from Readington Township to Summit, which has surprised officials.
Newark business owners are worried that the NHL lockout will hurt their bottom line.
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Bob Hanna says since the debacles of Tropical Storm Irene and the October snowstorm last year, the state's electric utilities have shown signs of ...
The loss of pharmaceutical jobs has led the Christie administration to allocate $2.6 million to retrain former pharmaceutical workers.
Newark Deputy Mayor Adam Zipkin says new hotels, distribution centers and other businesses have been coming to Newark, boosting the city's economy.
Under the new program, residents get a debit card to use that comes from their property tax bills.