EWR workers are upset that they are not getting a wage increase from the Port Authority like those at LaGuardia and JFK.
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Bracken says that he is optimistic about business in New Jersey and around the country.
New Jersey Association of REALTORS CEO Jarrod Grasso says that the state had a rebuilding year in 2013 and that in 2014, the housing market will help drive the state's economy.
Despite predictions of early sellouts, area hotels and home rentals still have vacancies.
With the current economic environment, many New Jerseyans can't afford to pay their rent.
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Harold Wirths says the preliminary numbers showing 36,000 jobs lost will likely be revised.
Sens. Menendez and Booker met to get the message out that the Super Bowl is happening in New Jersey, not New York.
Businesses selling snow related goods benefited from the snow, but others experienced negative effects.
Some Jersey Shore business owners believe the Stronger Than The Storm ads were beneficial, others disagree.
Residents in Sayreville and South River have received offers to buy out their flood-prone homes since Hurricane Sandy.
The proposed natural gas pipeline through the Pinelands did not get the required seven votes to go forward.
Sen. Robert Menendez was in Brick to call on Congress to pass the Homeowner's Flood Insurance Affordability Act, which would ensure people can afford flood insurance and stay in their homes.
Business owners nationwide are now considering their health care plan options.
Minimum wage increased a dollar from $7.25 to $8.25 an hour.
After revenues went down in 2013, Atlantic City Casinos prepare for 2014.