The Census Bureau said last week nearly a million New Jerseyans -- 11.4 percent -- of state residents lived below the poverty level last year.
Vineyards benefited from dry, hot weather this year, producing ideal growing conditions for NJ’s grapes.
He says unfair pricing practices by Lukoil North America that is driving customers away and forcing many franchise owners out of business.
Panasonic North America Chairman and CEO Joe Taylor says a tax incentive made the decision to keep the headquarters in the Garden State easier.
Movie studios will stop using 35 millimeter film next year, forcing movie theaters to either invest in a digital projector or close their doors.
Atlantic City casinos had their best month in a long time. Veteran television news reporter Dick Sheeran offers his take on what latest casino revenues mean for the struggling gaming town.
While Atlantic City needs to keep its gaming options viable, officials say other activities are essential for its future.
Atlantic City’s 12 casinos collectively saw their monthly revenue increase by 12.6 percent compared with a year ago.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association President Philip Kirschner says his organization favors a tax cut but opposes loopholes to the 2 percent property tax cut and an increase in minimum wage.
Farmers in southern New Jersey say the push to buy local and fresh produce has kept their farms viable.
The state's first accelerator aims to encourage emerging tech companies with mentorship and seed money.
The number of farms in Bergen County has declined in the last decade, but some are finding ways to stay open.
On the last day of the summer beach season, business owners reflect on how their bottom line fared.
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.