Susan Berfield, Ilya Marritz and John Reitmeyer collaboratively reported on the American Dream megamall.
A decade ago, nearly all New Jersey hospitals were independent. But that’s changing.
Rutgers Business School conducted a study to see how people would spend or save their money under acute stress.
New law calls for smaller pension payments made at the end of each quarter.
For the most part, the decision to raise the key interest rate won't have an immediate effect on U.S. consumers.
The Postal Service is projecting about 16 billion total pieces of mail will be delivered for the holidays.
Committees in the Senate and Assembly moved forward two bills.
The CWA endorsed Phil Murphy for governor the same day he released his 2015 tax return.
After residents complained, Teaneck adopted an ordinance requiring maintenance and registration of vacant homes.
BPU Board President Richard Mroz volunteered to work as presiding commissioner to reach an agreement.
The TTF will borrow from and pay interest to the state pension fund, if bipartisan legislation is approved.
The nonprofit A Birthday Wish collects donations to give gifts to foster children around New Jersey.
Wednesday was the inaugural accelerator class of Newark Venture Partners.
After 10-plus years and $3 million of research, Manville doesn’t qualify for federal flood mitigation measures, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association members say the road ahead looks pretty good.