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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Boiling Springs Savings Bank names assistant treasurer

Rutherford-based Boiling Springs Savings Bank, a North Jersey savings bank and provider of financial services, announced it has promoted Sandra Ruiz to assistant treasurer and senior retail banking specialist. Ruiz will be responsible for providing retail...

Fla. bank expands corporate banking into N.J.

BankUnited, a Florida-based bank, has expanded its corporate banking division into New Jersey, it announced recently. The bank, based in Miami Lakes, said in a news release it has hired Arlene Pedovitch and Nancy McIver...

Dun & Bradstreet president, COO resigns

Dun & Bradstreet announced a leadership change at the Short Hills-based business services company. Joshua L. Peirez, current president and chief operating officer, is resigning, effective Thursday. "It has been a privilege to work alongside the...

EisnerAmper honored by hedge fund publication

EisnerAmper LLP was named Best Global Accounting Firm for the second year in a row by Hedgeweek, a hedge fund publication, the firm announced Monday. The accounting and advisory firm, which is based in New...

Community Foundation of N.J. exceeds $500M in assets

The Community Foundation of New Jersey announced Friday that it has exceeded the $500 million mark in philanthropic assets, after receiving $78.5 million worth of gifts from more than 1,000 fundholders in 2017. The Morristown-based...

N.J. auto insurer laughs at critics who don’t appreciate his commercials

Eric Poe laughs when he recalls the many times his ads have made people angry. As the head of Princeton-based Cure Auto Insurance, he loves selling auto insurance through unusual ads that push boundaries. Like the...

A new day at NJM: Livingston describes change, challenges

The New Jersey business community was shocked on Jan. 26 when Bernie Flynn announced he was retiring as the CEO and president of New Jersey Manufacturers. Flynn, head of the iconic New Jersey company since...

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...

Women haven’t entered economics like other fields, but they aim to change that

Constance Hunter spends her days analyzing global economic factors and how they might affect business performance for one of the Big Four financial services firms. But, she said you won’t find her or any of...

Munich Re names new HR head to lead talent strategy

Munich Reinsurance America Inc., the Princeton-based reinsurer, has named a new head of human resources to be part of its executive leadership team. Cheryl Jones will lead Munich Re’s talent strategy, with a focus on...

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NAI James E. Hanson negotiates land sale to Habitat for Humanity Lehigh Valley

Teterboro-based NAI James E. Hanson on Tuesday said it sold 11.31 acres of land at 3506 Kesslersville Road in Easton, Pennsylvania. Hanson’s Sigmund Schorr represented...

PastaRAMEN is debuting its first brick-and-mortar restaurant in Montclair

After gaining a cult following during its two-year run as an exclusive, invite-only pop-up, pastaRAMEN said Tuesday that it is opening its first brick-and-mortar...