New Jersey Business Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says his organization's survey has found greater business confidence in the state. He predicts a greater rebound in 2013 than 2012.
Assemblyman Matthew Milam (D-1), Chair of the Assembly Tourism and Arts Committee, underscores the importance of the tourism industry which he says is the state's second or third largest revenue ...
Small business owners are optimistic that they'll have a good holiday sales season, despite some setbacks from Hurricane Sandy.
In good times and bad, toy sales are largely unaffected by the national economy when the holidays roll around, according to Toys R Us CEO Gerald Storch.
Naroff Economic Advisors President and Founder Joel Naroff says that while in the short-term, New Jersey's economic situation will suffer after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, it will rebuild and ...
Commercial fishermen in New Jersey have had their livelihoods rocked by the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.
While the actual buildings withstood the force of Sandy, the business side of Atlantic City's casinos and resorts did not fare so well. The casino town had shut down prior to Sandy making landfall on ...
With the holiday season upon us, merchants still recovering from Hurricane Sandy are looking to rebound.
League of Municipalities Director Says Cost of Hurricane Sandy ‘Insurmountable,’ All Revenue Sources in Play
New Jersey State League of Municipalities Executive Director Bill Dressel says the financial toll on the state from Hurricane Sandy is huge and admits property taxes could increase as a result.
A country drive can be combined with the ultimate “shop local” experience – buying direct from New Jersey artists and craftspeople.
Michael Van Wagner, Executive Director of the New Jersey Business Action Center, discusses the services available for businesses seeking government help to get back on their feet.
South Jersey veteran reporter Dick Sheeran takes issue with misleading reports about Sandy's impact on the gaming town's famed boardwalk.
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.