NJSBDC program aims to help small businesses get to next level

Trivia couldn’t seem to get easier: It’s called the New Jersey Small Business Development Center, so which does it work with more of — the state’s smallest businesses or companies graduating from that category? If...

Business services company’s COO is leaving, it says

Edward Siciliano is stepping down as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Marlin Business Services Corp., the Mount Laurel-based company announced Friday. Siciliano is leaving to pursue personal interests, the provider of credit...

Withum moves office from New Brunswick to E. Brunswick

Certified public accounting and advisory firm WithumSmith+Brown PC has moved one of its New Jersey offices from New Brunswick to East Brunswick. More than 150 employees have made the shift to 1 Tower Center Blvd. The...

Reports show Hispanic businesses are drawing banks’ notice

There are at least 3,000 new Hispanic businesses in the state since last year, and the $709 billion sector is attracting more interest from large banks, according to new reports. Bank of America released its...

ESOPs may be smartest (and safest) succession strategy for boomers

The “silver tsunami,” the phrase used to describe the large wave of retiring baby boomers, who will be needing to sell off, shut down or transfer ownership of their small to midsized companies, is...

ADP acquires digital payment company Global Cash Card

ADP’s newest addition will help paychecks go fully digital. The Roseland-based payroll company now owns Global Cash Card, a leader in digital payments, including paycards and other electronic accounts. "ADP pays one in six workers in...

Specialty Program Group buys woman-owned Ga. underwriter

Specialty Program Group LLC, based in Summit, has acquired the assets of Capitol Special Risks Inc., a Georgia-based managing general underwriter, it announced Wednesday. SPG, a holding company for specialty brokerage, contract binding and insurance...

EDA announces grant programs for certain businesses in growth zones

Two new programs will offer grants to street-level businesses in designated Garden State Growth Zones like Trenton, Atlantic City and Camden, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority announced Tuesday. The Business Lease Incentive and Business...

Latest GOP tax plan is mixed bag for N.J., experts say

President Donald Trump and Republican leaders this week unveiled a framework to overhaul federal taxes in a way that New Jersey tax experts expect will get mixed reviews from local clients. The initial plan driving...

CURE insurance lands naming rights to Trenton arena

Princeton-based CURE Auto Insurance has acquired the naming rights to the multipurpose arena in Trenton, according to facility manager Spectra by Comcast Spectacor. The unit of Comcast Corp. said Thursday that the Mercer County-owned arena,...

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Tax changes are coming — but will they help or hurt N.J.?

Ralph Thomas, the CEO of the New Jersey Society of CPAs, can easily rattle off what he calls a three-legged stool of tax changes...

ShopRite-anchored retail center in Sewell is sold

A retail center anchored by a ShopRite has sold in Sewell, according to JLL Capital Markets. Mill Pond Village, a 94,550-square-foot, two-building center at 380...

Provident Bank signs leases for administrative HQ, ops center in Woodbridge

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged two long-term leases on behalf of Provident Bank for office space in Woodbridge, it announced Wednesday. The bank will...

Rutgers survey finds small businesses are adapting to pandemic, but fear for future

A new survey by Rutgers University has found that small businesses are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, but will continue to need help in...

Integra wraps up $300M+ deal for ACell

Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corp., the Princeton-based medical technology company, has completed its previously announced, $300 million-plus acquisition of ACell Inc., it announced Wednesday. Read more...