Two in five New Jerseyans (41 percent) say they are worse off than a year ago, a seven-point decline from 48 percent in January of 2011.
In the past few years, several fast food restaurants like Wendy's and Burger King have had to close in Cape May County.
You can look over the odds and the point spreads and the player injury reports.....but hold your game bet for now.
Agency is seeking suggestions from all stakeholders — including visitors — on how to revitalize the resort.
The telecommunications industry, once a leader in New Jersey, may be making a comeback.
Analysts predict a 3.8 percent increase in sales this holiday season compared to last year, after solid sales reports in October and November.
The first racino in New York City recently added more slot machines, offering New Yorkers an alternative to Atlantic City.
FDU PublicMind Poll director Peter Woolley thinks the trend is moving in favor of permitting it.
In a move to expand New Jersey’s wine industry and visibility, the Senate approved legislation Thursday that permits the state’s wineries to sell directly to retailers.
While many state and local governments are offering companies incentives to stay put, electronics company LG has decided to keep its headquarters in Englewood Cliffs without asking for extras.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association President Philip Kirschner discusses the economic climate in the state.
Thanksgiving weekend marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season and a critical period in the retail cycle.
Get ready for more climate change New Jersey, says Roland Anglin, Executive Director of Initiative for Regional & Community Transformation.
Can the new developers of the ill-fated project put the nightmare of Xanadu behind them? NJToday's Desiree Taylor went on a tour of the site to get a firsthand look.
Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno concluded her tour of 100 businesses with a stop at the Switlik Parachute Co. which has been in Trenton since 1920.