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Walmart awards $6.3M in bonuses to N.J. workers

Walmart announced recently that its 21,000-plus New Jersey associates would be receiving a share of $6.3 million in cash bonuses, part of the company’s reward to employees for fourth-quarter performance and other factors. The retailer...

Meet students who are pushing Legislature to adopt Green Amendment

The Green Amendment, a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would give all New Jersey citizens the basic environmental rights to clear air, clean water, a stable climate and a healthy environment, could...

Hopeworks announces launch of Latinx Enterprise initiative

Camden-based Hopeworks on Monday announced the launch of the Latinx Enterprise Initiative. As part of the initiative, the nonprofit plans to award a dynamic and engaging website, valued at $20,000, to a Latinx-owned business...

Styling Pooch Pet Services & Supplies coming to Lopatcong shopping center

The Styling Pooch Pet Services & Supplies has taken 1,199 square feet of retail space at Strykers Crossing Shopping Center located at 201 Stryker Road in Lopatcong, Larken Associates announced Tuesday. Elite Realtors of New Jersey represented the...

N.J. American Water adds 5 more counties to odd/even watering request

In an effort to adjust to increased water use during the heat wave that is hitting the state this week, New Jersey American Water is asking residents and businesses in five Central Jersey counties...

N.J. posts first monthly job loss in four-plus years, ADP says

New Jersey’s private-sector employment shrank in September, according to the latest report from Roseland-based ADP. The payroll and human resources firm said in its monthly ADP Regional Employment Report that the Garden State lost 600...

3 N.J. companies to be honored at ACG N.J. event for being models of...

Three New Jersey companies will be honored for their innovative strategies, nurturing a culture that encourages continuous excellence and demonstrating sustained growth as a result of their efforts at the 2023 Association for Corporate...

Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: Half of residents oppose EV mandate

Gov. Phil Murphy’s plan to phase out the sale of gas-powered vehicles — and to do it by 2035 — is not going over well with New Jersey residents. A Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Monday indicated...

Is America ready for fun to return to marketing & brand communications? Survey says...

A new nationwide survey yields compelling data related to consumer brands, marketing campaigns and the state of the media landscape. The goal of the survey was to take the temperature of fun in brand...

Unemployment in N.J. falls to 3.3% in July, below national average

The unemployment rate in New Jersey set a record low in July at 3.3%, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. July's rate is 0.2 percentage points lower than June's figure of...

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Avalon Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Hamilton has named Dr. Robert Laurente, as its new medical director. The appointment coincides with a repositioning and...

Ware Malcomb announces promotions for three of their Northeast Leaders

Newark-based design firm Ware Malcomb recently announced promotions of three of its Northeast leaders: Jon Anderson to regional director; Ed Wilkes to regional director;...

Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck retires; deputy director named interim head

New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck is retiring, effective immediately, according to a release from Attorney General Matthew Platkin. Rebuck has...

Judge Hillman joining Gibbons, to serve key role in ADR practice

Follow closely on this one: In his first day in private practice in more than 30 years, Judge Noel Hillman has an opinion that...