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Innovative intervention initiative is working — and has been extended

I met Felisha Buzzard for the first time at Camden County College, where we were both preparing to address a gathering of various reporters,...

State lawmakers’ pre-K ideas threaten private day care centers — and their economic impact

There are growing concerns among those who provide early childhood education in New Jersey, a demographic of 87,000 employees working in more than...


State budget expert Emigholz to join NJBIA as VP of government affairs

Christopher Emigholz will be taking on the role of vice president of government affairs in taxation and economic development at the New Jersey Business & Industry Association on Dec. 9, NJBIA CEO and President Michele Siekerka announced...

Is N.J. inching closer to incentives? Governor, mayors — perhaps even Legislature — express optimism

Three days after key real estate officials and economic development leaders expressed frustration regarding the lack of incentives in the state, Gov....


Jorge Santos named chief of staff at EDA

Jorge Santos will assume the role of chief of staff at the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, ROI-NJ has learned. Santos, currently a...

What happens when State House hearing turns into shouting match? Nothing good

On Monday, protesters in Trenton disrupted the state Senate committee hearing on New Jersey’s tax incentive programs. Everyone has the right to...


Murphy, trying to battle climate change and help N.J. economy, signs wind order

Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order Tuesday that will more than double the state’s commitment to offshore wind energy by 2035 — a move he...

Fulop on tax abatements returning to Jersey City: ‘We’re open to that conversation, but it has to be meaningful for the city’

Are tax abatements coming back to Jersey City? Maybe. But if they do, they will not be given out as they were in the past — that is, frequently and...


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