Opinion

Opinion

By Tom Bergeron
Iselin | November 7, 2017 at 1:19 pm

7 11, 2017

Thought leader: Those who do not embrace AI will be left behind

2017-11-09T12:37:15+00:00

It’s an easy joke. What’s the only thing worse than being replaced by a millennial? Being replaced by a robot. The thing is: It’s no joke. That’s one of the takeaways I got at EisnerAmper’s 7th Annual New Jersey Business Summit after talking to one of the panelists, Justin Hendrix. ...

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Thought leader: Those who do not embrace AI will be left behind 2017-11-09T12:37:15+00:00
6 11, 2017

New $15 minimum wage mandate would cost N.J. jobs

2017-11-08T08:25:51+00:00

Recently, the Tax Foundation released a report saying New Jersey is the least competitive state in the nation, with the most onerous business climate. Clearly, we need to take steps to make the Garden State more economically competitive, not less. Unfortunately, there is a proposal being considered by some politicians ...

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New $15 minimum wage mandate would cost N.J. jobs 2017-11-08T08:25:51+00:00
6 11, 2017

A SALTY compromise to consider for tax reform

2017-11-08T08:26:04+00:00

An open letter to blue-state GOP House members Dear Members of Congress: As representatives of high-tax states, you are acutely aware of the importance of the state and local tax deduction, otherwise known as the SALT deduction. Unfortunately, your colleagues on the House Ways and Means Committee have proposed the ...

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A SALTY compromise to consider for tax reform 2017-11-08T08:26:04+00:00
6 11, 2017

Read ROI-NJ’s November 6, 2017, issue

2017-11-13T13:25:20+00:00

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Read ROI-NJ’s November 6, 2017, issue 2017-11-13T13:25:20+00:00
6 11, 2017

Weakening N.J.’s shot at Amazon? Bad math, Democrats

2017-11-08T08:28:39+00:00

Allow us to review an old math lesson for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy and his running mate, Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver: Nine percent of zero is zero. That 9 percent is the corporate business tax paid by New Jersey’s largest companies. And zero is the amount the state would get ...

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Weakening N.J.’s shot at Amazon? Bad math, Democrats 2017-11-08T08:28:39+00:00
6 11, 2017

Governor’s race: Sticking to the issues

2017-11-10T10:33:29+00:00

Governors may change, but the issues don’t for New Jersey’s business community. So, no matter who wins tomorrow’s election — Democrat Phil Murphy or Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno — the next governor must address these key economic challenges. No. 1 (without question): Transportation. Mass transit in New Jersey is ...

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Governor’s race: Sticking to the issues 2017-11-10T10:33:29+00:00
30 10, 2017

How carpenters union is rebranding for future

2017-11-06T14:30:58+00:00

The Carpenter Contractor Trust has immersed itself in a long-term rebranding effort that began four years ago with an eye to the future. As the marketing arm of the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters, with its nearly 40,000 union contractors and signatory contractors, we needed to alter the perception of ...

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How carpenters union is rebranding for future 2017-11-06T14:30:58+00:00
30 10, 2017

Read ROI-NJ’s October 30, 2017, issue

2017-11-13T13:29:15+00:00

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27 10, 2017

Want to take business global? N.J. firms eligible for grants

2017-10-31T11:47:04+00:00

Are you a New Jersey business owner who has already realized the potential of a global market, or an entrepreneur seeking to increase sales and profit by taking your business worldwide? The New Jersey Business Action Center has been awarded a $606,151 State Trade Expansion Program, or STEP, grant from ...

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Want to take business global? N.J. firms eligible for grants 2017-10-31T11:47:04+00:00
25 10, 2017

Saluting corporate political transparency

2017-10-27T11:33:51+00:00

How much do you know about the political contributions made by the companies you invest in? Yeah … thought so … next to nothing, right? Well, the good news is that more and more companies are voluntarily disclosing such information — and three New Jersey companies scored at the top ...

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Saluting corporate political transparency 2017-10-27T11:33:51+00:00
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