Developer Triple Five just announced $1.67 billion in partial financing for the long-stalled American Dream.
Subcontractors support a new bill that would pay them a “prevailing wage” -- $17.98 an hour, plus benefits.
Sugar Maple Jerseys Dairy Farm in Stockton milks its cows twice a day in 12-hour intervals starting at about 5 a.m.
A new study on diversity finds that exposure to diversity depends on location during the day.
After being friendly in 2014, Jared Kushner and Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop have seen their relationship strained.
The former Bell Labs, now Bell Works campus, is re-imagining a historical building as a workplace of the future.
Hundreds of small business representatives attended a seminar to learn how to use Facebook for marketing.
Transportation insiders got an update on the state's most critical projects.
John Porcari, interim director of the Gateway Program Development Corporation, calls it urgent.
Rep. Frank Pallone is sponsoring the Leading Infrastructure for Tomorrow’s America, or LIFT America Act.
Ford Scudder unveiled the details of a plan to make the $13.5 billion lottery enterprise an asset of the pension system.
Rutgers Business School in Newark held the first “Women Warriors in Business” symposium.
The Department of Health has a $1.6 billion budget.
GoGoGrandparent is a service that helps seniors request ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft with a phone number.
Officials heard testimony from NJ Transit about the state of its funding.