Twenty-eight malls dot New Jersey, and except for high-end enclaves like The Mall at Short Hills, many struggle to stay profitable.
Voice technology’s moved way beyond dictating texts.
The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation report found some pawnshops, scrap yards and other secondhand stores are complicit in the opioid epidemic.
As the Senate Budget Committee heard testimony about the proposal, it was hard to escape the idea there is a political component to Sweeney's plan.
Companies with offshore leases want to bid on building New Jersey’s first wind farms.
New Jersey’s three sports betting venues took in more than $16 million in legalized bets since it began a few weeks ago.
At the height of the season, New Jersey farmers will produce about 250,000 crates of them each day.
The wine industry alone had a $323 million impact on the state’s economy in 2016. That's a 39.9 percent increase from 2011.
Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Bracken says the state needs an economic master plan to get the state on better financial footing.
A bill awaiting the governor's pen would impose a 5 cent fee on both plastic and paper single-use shopping bags, but environmentalists say that's not enough.
The report from the Union of Concerned Scientists predicts 60,000 homes in New Jersey will be at risk for chronic tidal flooding by 2045.
The film industry sees it as a way to lure productions back to New Jersey. Critics see it as a special interest handout, and the financial projections aren't entirely positive for state coffers.
Forty-nine employers have tables at the career day, with everything from tech, retail and life sciences represented.
Jersey City would pay $180 million to buy the west side property for development.
The city’s betting its two new casinos will bring a long-promised renaissance for all residents.