The New Jersey/New York Center for Employee Ownership promotes the advantages of employee ownership by communicating research and providing training and conferences.
Money and politics, that’s was the focus of this week in business.
If Republicans in Congress thought repealing Obamacare was difficult, passing tax reform could be just as hard.
The state's Chamber of Commerce honored servicemen and women and commemorated the 100th anniversary of the state's Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
The State Department of Labor and Workforce Development recently said the Garden State lost 6,300 jobs in September, according to preliminary data from the federal government.
New Jersey is at a crossroads says The Fund for New Jersey in its latest in a series of reports aimed at helping the next governor frame policy.
NJPP & AFP came together to chide the state for its combined total of $7B in tax incentives for Amazon HQ2.
The Labor & Workforce Development says data shows the New Jersey economy lost 6,300 jobs last month.
The state now has 119,000 businesses, contributing an estimated $20 billion annually.
A number of NJ cities enter bids for Amazon's HQ2 without the state's backing following Monday endorsement of Newark.
Meat produced without slaughtering animals may become readily available for the consumer market in as little as five to 10 years.
Despite the 10,000 manufacturing businesses that call New Jersey home, the state's among only five in the country that have failed to grow the manufacturing GDP since the recession.
The $1.64 billion project will replace the current span that must swivel open and closed for river traffic.
Researchers look at how immigration affects native born workers and the economies where they live.
A report reaffirms existing suspicions about the state's 'brain drain.'