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.
Assemblyman Gordon Johnson (D-37) is co-sponsoring a bill that would eliminate e-tickets as part of an effort to address problems with the online buying and selling of concert and sporting event ...
Carlos Rodriguez of the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties says with unemployment stubbornly high, about 2 million people in New Jersey are at poverty.
Hundreds of commercial and industrial real estate developers gathered for the annual conference of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).
Rutgers professor Daniel Kelemen says the EU as a whole is the number one destination for exports from New Jersey, and if the situation worsens, businesses could be hurt by a lack of consumer ...
New Jersey gained 17,600 new jobs in May and Gov. Chris Christie says that means the state can afford a tax cut.
Dean of the Bloustein School of Public Policy James Hughes says the economy is on an upward trajectory.
Caren Franzini, CEO of the New Jersey Economic Developmental Authority, talks about the $37 million tax credit to Cablevision and almost $90 million for other Grow New Jersey projects.
Dennis Bone is one of New Jersey's highest profile leaders and is now getting ready to step down as President of Verizon.
Assemblyman John Burzichelli says that with so many casinos nowadays, the novelty of gaming has worn, but is optimistic that Atlantic City will draw visitors with its other attractions.
Bars at Point Pleasant Beach are looking to stop an ordinance that would force them to stop selling alcohol by midnight, beginning in July.
New Jersey vintners are hoping a blind tasting will be a defining moment for the state's wine industry.
Democratic Sen. Jim Whelan wants to give New Jersey casinos the ability to offer mobile devices to patrons for gambling while on the premises.
Jobseekers waited in long lines at Rutgers for a chance to come face to face with nearly 200 employers.