Linda Kassekert, who is stepping down from the NJ Casino Control Commission, says because of increased competition, Atlantic City must offer more than just gambling for visitors.
ReServe specializes in matching non profits with workers 55 and older who are finding traditional notions of retirement outdated and are looking at the the next phase of their working life.
Companies that need highly skilled technical workers with job expertise not found in the U.S. are suffering from outdated, bureaucratic and restrictive immigration policies, according to speakers at a ...
If a proposed gas tax increase goes into effect, New Jersey residents will be paying more.
Israel Posner, Director of the Levinson Institute, says Atlantic City is currently in the early stages of its transformation from a casino town to an entertainment mecca.
President and CEO of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority addresses concerns about the Meadowlands complex, which continues to make headlines, and not in a good way.
Department of Labor and Workforce Development Assistant Commissioner Ronald Marino says the end of the program shows an increased amount of positiveness in the labor force.
The impact on small businesses including florists, bakeries and hardware stores was widely felt.
John McWeeney, President and CEO of the New Jersey Bankers Association says many small, community banks are struggling with the costs associated with the new rules.
Micro-pubs will now be allowed to sell their beers to other bars, restaurants and liquor stores.
New Jersey State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business Laurie Ehlbeck says the health care law is unconstitutional and will hurt small businesses and decrease jobs.
The township of Nutley is bracing for the economic impact of the closure of the Hoffmann-La Roche plant and the loss of close to 1,000 jobs.
Aaron Birnbaum says Hertz plans to hire about 200 people nationwide to get the company back to its pre-recession levels and expand.
New Jersey isn’t called the Garden State for nothing. Agriculture, historically, has always played a key role in the state’s economy. But appreciation for that fact has surged in recent years.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association First Vice President David Brogan says a millionaires tax would be a tax on business and hurt the state's economy.