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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Flynn to retire from NJM; Livingston named successor

Bernie Flynn, the longtime head of New Jersey Manufacturers and a respected business leader known for his relentless efforts to raise the profile of the state, announced his retirement Friday afternoon, effective April 27. Flynn...

N.J. bank experiences strong philanthropic donations

Rutherford-based Boiling Spring Savings Bank announced fourth-quarter results for its Community Alliance Program have totaled $128,722 — the program’s highest annual donation to date. In total, last year saw $500,000 donated to various charitable organizations...

Bright prospects for midsize firms, Wells Fargo exec says

Even with the Garden State's recent inundation of rain and snow, one of the country's largest banks is expecting clear skies for the rest of the year — at least as far as financials...

TD Bank is top SBA lender in N.J. for 2017

TD Bank has been honored by the U.S. Small Business Administration’s New Jersey district office for approving the most loans to New Jersey small business owners during its fiscal year 2017. This is TD Bank’s...

Fairfield financial planning company hires new CIO

Bleakley Advisory Group, a financial consulting group based in Fairfield, has chosen Peter Boockvar as chief investment officer. He will oversee Bleakley's investment management program, the investment committee, global investment outlook and asset allocation decisions. "I'm...

J&J reports $10.7B quarterly loss, blaming tax reform

Johnson & Johnson was hit with massive quarterly loss, which it is associating with the recent U.S. tax changes. The New Brunswick-based health care giant said Tuesday it lost $10.7 billion, or $3.99 a share,...

Greetings from N.J.: Indiana officials learn from state

The three-county area has a population of more than 750,000. Its business heads and officials from its numerous municipalities know they need to work together better, leveraging their strength as a region, but they can’t...

Tip change could cost N.J. workers $119M/yr., study says

A proposed U.S. Department of Labor rule that would allow employers to take employees’ tips if they pay minimum wage could cost New Jersey workers more than $119.7 million a year, according to revised...

Why tax talk could hurt Newark’s chances at HQ2

Newark has worked hard to overcome the remains of a negative national perception — one that most professionals in economic development no longer feel is valid. Its efforts to land Amazon’s HQ2 headquarters project, for...

EisnerAmper adds tax partner to personal wealth advisers

Accounting and advisory firm EisnerAmper LLP has added a tax partner in its Personal Wealth Advisors Group, it announced recently. Dane Dickler has joined the firm’s Metro Park office in Iselin, where he will specialize...

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Hanson family celebrates 100 years in real estate business

Three generations of the Hanson family were joined by more than 160 employees of the Hampshire Cos., NAI James E. Hanson and Roebling Investment...

Gateway Project commissioners grateful to receive big check ($292M) from Biden

On a day President Joe Biden delivered a $292 million grant to Amtrak to finish the Hudson Yards “tunnel box” concrete casing — another...

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...