A new report by the NJBIA ranks NJ in the middle among the region concerning industry competitiveness and innovation measured with a dozen metrics.
A report ranking New Jersey as the top state for out-migration has reignited a debate on the state’s economic standing.
Beyond the rising rents, a lot of people said they fear that the tight-knit, largely immigrant community of the Ironbound will be gentrified by suitcases and briefcases moving in from New York and ...
As part of the 2017 Trump tax reform bill, Opportunity Zones are designated areas that offer tax breaks to developers to spur capital investment in low-income, economically distressed neighborhoods. ...
While municipalities many benefit by streamlining services, it won't lower property taxes.
For 142 years, AT&T Labs, and its predecessor Bell Labs, have been at the forefront of technological innovations. A museum highlights the company's most monumental inventions, from the telephone ...
The Board of Public Utilities opened the process to get ideas from stakeholders to replace the incentive program with the goals of holding down solar costs and supporting the industry. The hope is to ...
The state Comptroller's Office found lax oversight, and even possible misuse of funds, by the groups charged with distributing the money.
Employment training will be available online and on-demand for veterans nationwide.
The African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey was established in 2007 to increase the overall competitiveness of the state of New Jersey by including diverse businesses.
The Stock Market is on track for its worst December since Great Depression.
The chamber hopes to connect the roughly 20,000 LGBTQ businesses in the state, and in doing so magnify their positive impact.
According to the National Retail Federation, 7 percent of shoppers wait until Christmas Eve to buy their presents.
The state Division of Taxation outreach campaign sent out letters to over 750,000 people in the state who owe back taxes.
Union representatives rallied with Newark's mayor in support of workers who say that the demands of fast delivery create unsafe work conditions.