Cliff Lindholm, president and CEO of Falstrom Company, cites high taxes, energy costs and finding skilled labor as challenges to doing business in the Garden State.
In the first of his two-part series, NJ Today’s David Cruz reports on the state of manufacturing in New Jersey, where despite the numbers, optimism is spreading.
A proposed ordinance would impose a fine on bars that serve alcohol from midnight to 2 a.m.
Diane Johnson of the Department of Housing and Urban Development said while the Fair Housing Act was enacted 44 years ago, some communities still experience discrimination when it comes to housing.
A new ordinance in Passaic allows the city to collect a fee when firefighters respond to an emergency, with the exception of structure fires.
March's unemployment rate of 9 percent is the first time the state's unemployment figures failed to fall in half a year. But the report also says that long-term prospects for hiring in the state are ...
Dr. Nancy Mantell put the latest jobs report together for New Jersey.
Deborah Howlett, former president of New Jersey Policy Perspective, says the grants favor large corporations and won't create new jobs.
Commerce and Industry Assoc. President John Galandak said Grow New Jersey approves of tax breaks for companies to grow their businesses in the Garden State.
Several card companies announced that they would stop selling gift cards in New Jersey -- first, American Express, then Blackhawk Networks, and then InComm.
Atlantic City’s $3.3 billion casino industry lags behind Pennsylvania’s $3.66 billion market.
ICAP Vice President Walter Zimmermann says jobs aren't being added at a fast enough pace.
As the sun rose over Revel this morning, the staff joined Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno in celebrating opening day at the $2.4 billion resort.
Since the collapse of the real estate market a few years ago, many industry watchers say the market's gray skies are starting to clear.
The $2.6 billion resort casino is being called a game changer. It reflects the new thinking in Atlantic City that bringing visitors takes more than slot machines.