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Why N.J. delegation trip to Israel may quickly produce economic impact

Teva Pharmaceuticals told Choose New Jersey officials it is looking to increase its headcount at its North American headquarters in Parsippany. Cross River Bank, an emerging fintech giant, said the same about its location...

Picking packers: Logistics firms face new battle: Attracting, retaining warehouse workers

It wasn’t long ago that the biggest trucker haul was the loads of complaints about dire driver shortages. But after a few recent bankruptcies put thousands of trucking company employees out of a job —...

Wish list for 2023: Affordable Energy for N.J. asking BPU for more transparency regarding...

Affordable Energy for New Jersey Executive Director Ron Morano was pleased in early December when the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection pulled back its mandate for the electrification of boilers from the PACT...

Bleimann-Boucard elevated to CEO at Berjé, to succeed her father

Gillian Bleimann-Boucard will succeed her father, Kim Bleimann, as CEO of Berjé Inc., effective immediately, the Carteret-based company announced Monday. Kim Bleimann will continue as chairman of the board of directors of Berjé, a global...

Bed Bath & Beyond to sell $300M in stock; warns (again) of bankruptcy

Bed Bath & Beyond on Thursday said it plans to sell $300 million worth of its shares as a means to raise more capital, and again warned it might have to file for bankruptcy...

Mercedes closing Montvale customer care center

Mercedes-Benz is shifting customer call center and information technology operations out of Montvale as part of its ongoing transition to its new Georgia headquarters, according to a federal WARN notice. As a result, New...

SJI names new SVP, chief financial officer

South Jersey Industries, an energy services holding company based in Folsom, announced Monday that Cielo Hernandez has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer, effective immediately. In her new role, Hernandez will be responsible...

Environmental Strategies & Applications CEO Fauer retires; President Martell assumes ownership

After more than 30 years as owner of Environmental Strategies & Applications Inc., CEO Stephen Fauer is handing over the reins to his second-in-command, President Christopher Martell. As of June 1, Martell assumed the...

Wind Training Center to be constructed at Atlantic Cape Community College

The Atlantic Cape Community College board of trustees approved a $1,484,800 contract for the construction of a Wind Training Center at its Worthington Atlantic City campus during its meeting Dec. 14. The College broke ground...

Atlantic City Electric provides scholarships to local community colleges

Atlantic City Electric, a unit of Exelon Corp. that provides power to more than 556,000 customers in South Jersey, provided $75,000 in grants to three local community colleges to support scholarships for local youth...

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Rutgers-Newark Center for Politics and Race in America named in honor of Sheila Oliver

In an honor befitting the influential and inspiring life that Sheila Oliver lived, the Center for Politics and Race in America at Rutgers University...

Healthcare Innovation Engine at SciTech Scity selects cardiovascular health as 1st focus area

SciTech Scity always has been a place that represented the great potential for innovation and discovery in New Jersey. This week, it took a...

William Paterson University nursing student enrollment surges to largest in northern New Jersey

William Paterson University recently announced it now boasts the largest nursing student enrollment in the northern half of New Jersey, as well as the...

Crow Holdings celebrates new beginnings at Marcal Paper warehouse site in Elmwood Park

Elmwood Park Mayor Robert Colletti, local dignitaries and community stakeholders joined Crow Holdings Development to celebrate the grand opening of 25 Market St. this week. A ribbon-cutting...

Newark’s Black-owned businesses awarded $2.3M in funding

The City of Newark and Invest Newark, on Thursday evening, celebrated reactivating downtown Newark’s commercial corridors and supporting small businesses in Newark’s Arts and...