Nearly every industry throughout the Jersey shore has felt the impact of the sluggish economy and the sport of saltwater fishing in the state is no exception.
Hurt by refunds and credits to taxpayers, the tax base in Monroe Township is expected to increase.
Republican and Democratic assemblymen and women began a series of get-togethers to address the concerns of the business community.
Assemblyman Vincent Prieto is in favor of Democrats and Republicans working together to help create more jobs.
New Jersey Economic Development Authority CEO Caren Franzini, who is leaving her post in September, says American Dream will become a tourist destination and Revel will meet expectations in time.
An extra tax on hotel stays has hotel owners in some Jersey Shore towns complaining an extra fee could turn customers away.
Former NJ Department of Labor Commissioner Albert Kroll is not suprised by the disappointing jobs report and says NJ needs to have components in place to ramp up its technology-based industry
Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, who partnered with the Department of Labor on the Jobs4Jersey program says it is important, especially in light of the latest disappointing jobs report for the state.
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Bracken said while the state's businesses are optimistic, legislators in Washington, D.C. need to resolve issues of taxation and spending cuts soon ...
Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies Professor Brian Tyrrell at Richard Stockton College says Atlantic City revenues were likely lower this July because had two fewer weekend days and a more ...
Small downtowns are making a come back in communities across the state with the help of Main Street New Jersey, a state-assistance program.
Ray Lesniak asks why NJ's casinos and racetracks shouldn't enjoy the same benefits that Nevada reaps from its casinos.
With the new management, Resorts, the oldest casino on the East Coast, looks to revive its fortunes.
Mohegan Gaming Advisors (MGA) will manage the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo says Atlantic City is not facing the reality that the monopoly it once enjoyed no longer exists.