Summer Fridays is a new digital series from NJTV that aims to inspire through the stories of successful Jersey entrepreneurs.
For over 25 years, Gail Friedberg Rottenstrich and her husband have been in business. What's the secret to their success?
With a June 30 deadline around the corner, lawmakers took testimony on bills to extend the controversial Grow NJ tax incentive program. But the governor, who wants a new program altogether, has ...
Legislative leaders are no closer to a budget deal with less than three weeks to go until a government shutdown.
Some say the investment hasn’t just established Atlantic City as a hub for online sports betting and gaming, but as a reason for more companies to relocate.
Walker House in downtown Newark had its grand opening on the restored landmark as a new mixed-use building. Not dissimilar to any urban revival, officials and developers are faced with balancing ...
Congressman Josh Gottheimer held a press conference highlighting the importance of cutting back on regulations that are onerous to businesses.
At the 23rd annual Southern New Jersey Development Council Construction Forecast the theme was economics and entertainment.
Collecting trash along the Jersey Shore was the first job held by Michael Stivala, who now serves as the president and chief executive officer of Suburban Propane.
The national Race to 2026 Program partners with local technical training schools to offer opportunities for students looking to get into the automotive industry.
Meet Mitch Cahn, the president of Newark-based Unionware. The company is one of the largest private employeers in the city with over 180 employees.
The state Health Department is seeking applicants to operate as many as 108 new medical marijuana businesses.
FBI Special Agent Erik Negron says the food chain is under attack. At a security seminar in Vineland, experts lead a workshop to raise awareness about agroterrorism to prevent attacks against food ...
PATH's fare service provider Cubic says the outage was due to a corrupted database
Murphy hired attorney Ted Wells, who charges $395 an hour.