Innovation in action: Former Nintendo America head to headline EisnerAmper summit

As the former president and chief operating officer of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aimé helped bring the Nintendo DS, Wii and other leading video game systems to the global marketplace — ensuring Nintendo maintained...

DOL has stopped $1.2B in fraudulent unemployment claims — here’s how you can protect...

The New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development is warning all businesses and all those collecting unemployment benefits: Check your records — and be on alert for scams. The DOL said it has blocked at...

Tantleff, Herbold named trustees of Meadowlands Chamber’s 2040 Foundation

Debra Tantleff, principal of Tantum Real Estate, and Amy Herbold, vice president for American Dream, were named as trustees to the Meadowlands Regional 2040 Foundation earlier this week. The 2040 Foundation is the Meadowlands Chamber’s...

Ocampo honored with inaugural Callas Scholarship from NJBankers

Caresse Ocampo of Haven Savings Bank in Hoboken has been selected as the first recipient of the Constantine G. Callas Progressive Educational & Work Ethic Memorial Scholarship, the New Jersey Bankers Association announced. The new...

OceanFirst promotes COO to president

OceanFirst Financial Corp., Red Bank-based parent of OceanFirst Bank N.A., has promoted Chief Operating Officer Joseph Lebel to president, it announced this week. Lebel will take over the president’s duties from Christopher Maher, who will...

N.J. Pandemic Relief Fund gives $2.6M to help close digital divide

At a time when in-school learning is dropping across the state, school districts in nine New Jersey cities will get help in closing the digital divide from the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund. On Thursday,...

Certara files for $100M IPO; at least one report puts value at up to...

Certara, a Princeton-based biosimulation company, has filed for an initial public offering that at least one report estimates could be worth up to $500 million. Certara’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission lists the...

N.J. awards $161M in aid to 543 municipalities for roads, infrastructure

More road work is coming soon to the state. And that’s a good thing this time. Gov. Phil Murphy announced Thursday the distribution of $161.25 million in Municipal Aid grants to 543 cities and towns...

N.J. gave $161M to fix roads: Here’s how much each county, municipality got

Gov. Phil Murphy announced Thursday the distribution of $161.25 million in Municipal Aid grants to 543 cities and towns across the state to advance road, bridge, safety and quality-of-life improvements. While the average grant was...

2,800+ restaurants have been approved for nearly $35M in grants — and more are...

More than 2,800 restaurants have been approved for nearly $35 million from Phase 3 of the  Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority said Friday. The total essentially completes the $35...

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