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Comodo Cybersecurity names chief accounting officer

Clifton-based Comodo Cybersecurity, a cybersecurity solutions provider, announced it has appointed Philip Costa as vice president of finance and chief accounting officer. “Phil’s expertise is a great match for the company as we continue to...

Murphy to propose Pay It Forward Fund during budget address

Gov. Phil Murphy and the New Jersey CEO Council he created last fall to help address issues of economic inequality in the state announced then a pledge to hire and train more than 30,000...

Don’t close branches, rethink their role in the neighborhood

As technology overtakes the banking sector, so reasons evaporate for people to actually walk through the doors of a bank branch. And the effect of that is already clear. Almost 2,000 bank branches were shut...

Direct effect: Report praises EDA programs for helping bolster Camden’s health

A new report prepared by Econsult Solutions Inc., and praised by former Gov. Jim Florio in the introduction, touts the positive impact of investments on social determinants of health in Camden. ESI's 44-page report, submitted...

N.J. companies make deal: Lumber business buys building supply firm

A building supply company has been sold to a lumber company, creating a substantial New Jersey-based building materials and supplies business, according to investment bank the DAK Group. The DAK Group, based in Rochelle Park,...

Provident Bank awards $475K in funding to nonprofits through neighborhood revitalization program

Provident Bank has awarded $475,000 in funding to five New Jersey nonprofits as part of the Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program, it announced Tuesday. The bank, based in Jersey City, said in a news release...

Grant to help elevate structures? Webinar on Tuesday aims to assist in home sales...

Michael Chait, president of the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce, puts it in a way that anyone in the middle of the house-buying boom in New Jersey can understand. “The opportunities for waterfront development...

Gig economy insurer Buckle raises $31M in funding

Buckle, a Jersey City-based insurer of rideshare drivers and gig economy workers, has raised $31 million in Series A funding, it announced Tuesday. The company said the funding round was co-led by HSCM Bermuda and...

GSI to host Economic Policy Forum on May 2

Regina Egea wasn’t surprised when she heard about the op-ed in Thursday’s Wall Street Journal, one that predicted huge problems for high-tax states such as New York and California — and, of course, New...

John Cole, Wells Fargo’s N.J. business banking leader, is tackling problems head-on

It has been 18 months since Wells Fargo became the poster child for banking gone wrong and corporate dishonesty. The credibility of the bank — and its more-than-150-year history — was crushed after it was...

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Daybase opens 1st hybrid work location in Hoboken

A start-up founded by former WeWork execs has opened an on-demand, enterprise-grade workspot on Washington Street in Hoboken, right in the heart of the...

Herndon officially installed as 2022 board chair of NJHA 

AtlanticCare CEO and President Lori Herndon was installed as chair of the board of the New Jersey Hospital Association, according to a Friday announcement. Herndon...

Rowan launches school of entrepreneurship, ‘boldly’ states case as university of the future

Many schools have classes, programs and organizations devoted to entrepreneurship. Rowan University is taking it one step further: It is now offering a degree...

Vantage Commercial helps medical office expand with lease in Voorhees

Vantage Commercial leased a 2,000-square-foot space in Voorhees to Soba for its newest medical office expansion, and its first location in New Jersey. Located at...

Lynch to be reinstated as CEO of American Water

Walter Lynch will be reinstalled as CEO of American Water, effective Jan. 31, after his recovery from a recent injury and hospitalization, according to...