A new initiative called the “Jersey Job Club” is aimed at helping all job seekers get back to work.
Assemblyman John McKeon says economic sanctions can help prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons and avoid armed intervention.
Lenders are taking steps to work with delinquent mortgage holders so they can stave off foreclosure and remain in their homes.
Tropicana Entertainment President and CEO Tony Rodio believes Atlantic City is starting to rebound but needs more time to reinvent itself. He says allowing casinos at the Meadowlands would be a ...
Gaming, Sports and Entertainment Advisory Commission Chairman Jon Hanson believes funds will be available to finish American Dream and agrees with a recommendation he made in 2010 that gambling should ...
Gov. Christie was in Bergen County to announce a new solar energy initiative, but ended up answering questions about political patronage at the Port Authority and the Turnpike Authority.
Pointing to a variety of indicators, Group President Chris Gaffney says Toll Brothers Toll Brothers is feeling very good about the market right now.
PSEG Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo discusses the company's decision to stay in Newark, his confidence in the infrastructure, his support of Gov. Christie's veto for a cap and trade program and the ...
Many business owners at the Jersey Shore say the weather, which has been cooperative for the most part, plays a big part in their summer success.
Spectrum Gaming Group Managing Director Michael Pollock believes allowing gambling outside of Atlantic City will add unnecessary in-state competition.
The Berger Organization Chairman and CEO Miles Berger says he has been successful buying and rehabilitating hotels and office spaces in Newark.
Hoboken is moving forward with initiatives to make the Mile Square City a place where tech companies would want to go.
Diversant CEO Gene Waddy says the unemployment rate for IT professionals is 2 percent and holding steady while other industries are struggling.
Builders League of South Jersey President Jason Schaeffer says numbers in a new report are encouraging, though there is still improvement to be made, especially in the southern part of the state.
Al Murray, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, says this year's dry conditions and extreme heat have had little effect on Garden State produce. In fact, he says that some crops are having some of ...