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Burgiss names new head of international sales

Burgiss, a Hoboken-based provider of investment decision support tools for private capital, announced Thursday that Howard Rees has been named head...

To tell the truth, it’s time to say whether you truly are for $15 minimum wage

In October, Jeff Bezos and Amazon announced the company was going to pay every employee in New Jersey — full-time, part-time, seasonal — at least...


Former Obama labor official details how to stop misclassification

While many brought their worries and hardships, Patricia Smith brought solutions. Smith — senior counsel at the Manhattan-based nonprofit the...

TheStreet to sell institutional business units for $87.3M

Montclair-based 180 Degree Capital Corp. announced its portfolio company, TheStreet Inc. has agreed to sell its institutional business units for $87.3 million to Euromoney Institutional Investor, a business information and events group. TST's...


MassMutual’s rules of attraction: A shorter commute helps — hence, new office

The commute can often be the deciding factor for perspective employees with multiple job offers. This was the driving force behind MassMutual’s...

MYOS RENS gets approved from NJEDA to transfer $1.2M in available tax benefits

MYOS RENS Technology Inc., a biotherapeutics and bionutrition company based in Cedar Knolls, announced Thursday it has been given approval from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority to transfer $1.2 million in available tax...


Fintech firm Cross River raises $100M in funding

Cross River Bank, a Fort Lee-based fintech firm, has raised $100 million in its latest funding round, it announced Thursday. KKR, a New York-based...

New legislation: N.J. would boost minimum wage to $15, but not until 2024

The state could have a minimum wage of $15 an hour by 2024, according to a new bill introduced by Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin Thursday, which is...


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