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May Day isn’t typically a holiday we celebrate in New Jersey, but for workers it certainly was cause for celebration this year, thanks to Gov. Phil Murphy’s progressive agenda.
The efforts of the Montclair Center Business Improvement District have helped to transform the city's downtown.
Regina Egea, Gov. Chris Christie's third chief of staff, founded Garden State Initiatives, a self described "free-market research" and "educational organization."
Pace Glass broke ground in Andover Township for its planned 250,000 square foot glass recycling facility that will bring hundreds of jobs to Sussex County.
Senate Bill 1612 would ease strain on certified nurse aides.
Camden launched its bike-share program, partnering with the city, county and local nonprofits.
Seventy percent of people are employed by local businesses in Irvington.
In a world that increasingly relies on, expects and demands advancement in technologies, the forum discussed ways in which businesses can foster innovation and growth.
An abandoned hospital in Newark will serve as the new home for nonprofit GlassRoots.
It’s take your child to work day every day at the Campbell Soup Company, which celebrated the grand opening of their new child care facility at its world headquarters in Camden.
Subaru of America is the latest major company to choose the City of Camden as its home.
New Jersey made national headlines this week, as Gov. Murphy signed legislation that mandates equal pay for equal work.
The goal is to create amenities like housing, restaurants, and retail to support the tech workers and companies.