With the EPA lab in Edison still shuttered because of the government shutdown, furloughed federal employees say they have become pawns in a political fight and are suffering because they don't know ...
Since the partial government shutdown took effect, Wall Street's financial markets have had their ups and downs as investors face anxiety over the uncertainty over the budget stalemate in Washington.
Mayor Steven Fulop hopes Jersey City can become a top destination for film and TV productions, which he says will help all residents save money.
President and COO Tom Ballance says the Borgata, which is the first casino in Atlantic City to receive an online gambling permit, is committed to having the best product.
Businesses near the federal buildings in Newark have seen fewer customers since the government shutdown went into effect more than a week ago.
Somerset Development president Ralph Zucker says that the old Bell Labs building will get a small makeover, giving it more functions.
Center for Non-Profits Executive Director Linda Czipo says the federal government shutdown has made an already challenging situation worse for the state's non-profit organizations.
The non-profit, non-partisan US Strong has found $8 billion to $13 billion in recovery costs won't be covered by the state and federal government.
PSE&G President and COO Ralph LaRossa says the improvement project the utility is proposing for $3.9 billion would help across the board. If less money is available, officials would have to make cuts.
A coalition of business leaders say a minimum wage increase would hurt small business owners and not boost the economy much.
Offering items like corn mazes, pumpkin picking, hay rides and farm animals are ways New Jersey farmers take advantage of agritourism to bring in customers.
The pharmaceutical company's departure from Summit will have economic impacts on local business owners and the municipality.
Small business owners are unsure how the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act will affect them.
Shaquille O'Neal, who was born in Newark, returned to the city to break ground on an apartment building, the first of its kind in 50 years.
Teachers Village is designed to be a 24-hour community with three charter schools, a pre-school, apartments for teachers and retail.