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How nonprofits can overcome fundraising challenges in wake of COVID-19

The nonprofit sector was especially hard-hit this past year by the COVID crisis and its economic impacts. A recent FEMA report indicated that the majority of nonprofits in 2020 suffered significant revenue loss, canceled...

N.J. will not extend $300 supplement unemployment past Sept. 4 expiration

Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday that New Jersey will not extend the $300 supplemental unemployment insurance benefit past the Sept. 4 expiration date. The decision will impact approximately 500,000 residents. President Joe Biden recently suggested that...

DOL makes $4M more available for apprenticeships in nontraditional fields

Have a need to fill positions in a field where an apprenticeship program would really help? The New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development may have grants available to make that happen. On Friday,...

Former chief of New Jersey Bureau of Securities joins Lowenstein Sandler

National law firm Lowenstein Sandler this week announced the addition of Christopher W. Gerold, the former chief of New Jersey Bureau of Securities, as partner in the firm’s Securities Litigation practice. Just days earlier,...

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...

Zelis, health care payments company based in Bedminster, makes Inc. 5000 again

Zelis, a leading payments company in health care based in Bedminster, has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies for the 11th time. Zelis, which had three-year revenue growth of...

N.J. is getting more than $54M to help upgrade 18 (yes, 18) airports

Newark Liberty International Airport will get more than $42 million from the federal government as part of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill signed into law last month. Atlantic City International ($3,813,168) and Trenton Mercer ($3,482,989) also...

Sweeney Center research: Any recession in N.J. would be short, modest

A recession? In New Jersey? Charles Steindel, a former chief economist for the Treasury Department, said the state would only see a modest recession, if any at all, thanks to a year in which New...

Cross River and Upstart Kitchen team up to provide resources and empowerment to Milwaukee...

Cross River Bank on Friday announced it gifted a $50,000 grant to Milwaukee-based nonprofit Upstart Kitchen, an incubator for entrepreneurs who want to grow or start their food-oriented business. “Cross River is collaborating with Upstart...

Edison Partners sells stake in TrialScope

Edison Partners has exited its investment in Jersey City-based clinical trial services company TrialScope, it announced this week. Read more from ROI-NJ: Jersey City firm offers top software for clinical trial disclosure — helping biotechs...

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Baraka strongly urges Murphy to veto bill that would gut OPRA

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, in what he called a “support for democracy,” urged Gov. Phil Murphy to veto the Open Public Records Act bill...

‘End of an era’: Marcus & Millichap closes 5-property self-storage portfolio sale

Marcus & Millichap on Monday announced it sold StorageBlue, a self-storage portfolio in northern New Jersey. The portfolio consists of multiple multistory assets throughout...

DLA hires Jeffrey Szafran as partner in Forensics, Valuation and Litigation Support Group

DLA, the Fairfield-based advisory and compliance service provider, on Wednesday said Jeffrey Szafran has joined as partner, reinforcing the firm's commitment to expanding its...

Bristol Myers Squibb outlines 10-year strategy to reach patients in low- and middle-income countries

Bristol Myers Squibb said Wednesday that it is creating a 10-year plan — ASPIRE, or Accessibility, Sustainability, Patient-centric, Impact, Responsibility and Equity — to...

2024 Cooper Cup Golf Outing swings $300K to drive South Jersey health care and...

Two hundred golfers celebrated a day of philanthropy and sporting spirit at the 4th annual Cooper Cup Golf Outing on May 15, channeling their...