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Paper or plastic? When it comes to debt, N.J.’s choice is clear

There’s a reason they don’t cheer “Charge!” at the New Jersey Devils’ games — it’s a 2-minute penalty. It remains to be seen what the penalty will be for Garden Staters, who have rung...

Chubb picks head of North American Property Claims, replacing retiring exec

Chubb has named a new head of North American Property Claims, it announced Monday, as the current leader is retiring. Tim Barziza, who has been with Whitehouse Station-based Chubb for 15 years in a variety...

Green wave: Murphy continues push for new innovation venture fund

Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration has been talking about the Innovation Evergreen Fund since October, but no legislation has yet been passed to create the tax incentive-based venture capital contribution system. Facing a June 30 deadline...

Heads up, private companies: Brace for changing accounting standards, CPA says

Stephen Mannhaupt expects business owners have heard by now — maybe only in passing — something about a change in revenue recognition regulations. But, if you're a business owner in New Jersey, now's the time...

Murphy, in budget address, said he will save N.J. more than $1B while pursuing...

Gov. Phil Murphy said during his second budget address Tuesday that he will be saving the state more than $1 billion while pursuing new or controlled revenue sources — including an expanded millionaire’s tax. “We...

Financial services firm adds SVP for capital markets

Financial services firm Four Springs Capital LLC has hired a senior vice president for its capital markets team, it announced Friday. Gregory Kammerer, who had been with a private equity real estate fund, began his...

Another economic study, another middling result for N.J.

New Jersey’s done it again. It has once again found itself in the middle of the pack, performing unimpressively, when it comes to rankings released by personal-finance website WalletHub. On Wednesday, WalletHub released its 2019 Most...

Survey: Most execs say their business will be equally, or more, profitable in 2020

Business leaders are remaining optimistic about their businesses for next year, but fear the possibility of a real economic slowdown, according to findings from EisnerAmper LLP's new executive survey. Nearly two-thirds (76%) of respondents said...

Consistent regulation of financial pros can only help

ROI-NJ’s readers, we suspect, know the difference between “investment advisers” and “brokers” or “dealers” of investment products. But not everyone does. Hence the value of Gov. Phil Murphy’s plan to apply the same legal...

Poll: New Jerseyans feel overtaxed, displeased with how state handles financial issues

New Jerseyans have strong opinions when it comes to taxes and the affordability of living in the Garden State, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, conducted in collaboration with the New Jersey Business &...

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All hospitals have ‘green light’ for visitation — first time during pandemic

For the first time since its inception during last fall’s COVID-19 surge, a color-coded hospital visitation guide shows all regions of New Jersey are...

EDA details rules and regs around Emerge, successor to Grow N.J.

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority board Wednesday approved the creation of the Emerge program, a new jobs-based tax credit program created under the...

Struggling with utility bills? JCP&L has new programs that can help

Jersey Central Power & Light President Jim Fakult said the utility understands many people are struggling to pay their bill — both residential and...

Developers break ground on senior housing project in E. Orange

Real estate firm Genesis Cos. has broken ground on a senior supporting housing development in East Orange, it announced Wednesday. The property at 160 Halsted...

High Technology in Freehold named top STEM high school in U.S. — one of...

Gov. Phil Murphy has long talked about creating an innovative economy in New Jersey. It appears there are a number of high schools ready...