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Show & Tell: Offensive comments in the workplace are down in New Jersey ...

A new poll conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson University on behalf of Taft Communications and the New Jersey Business & Industry Association found that offensive comments in the workplace are down in New Jersey from 2017. NJBIA...

Toni Morrison, whose brilliant career included serving as Goheen Chair at Princeton, lauded by...

Toni Morrison, one of the most gifted authors, editors and teachers of our time, was remembered fondly by Princeton University — where she taught for nearly two decades — and numerous other New Jersey...

Hopewell Theater expands with new restaurant

The Hopewell Theater will be expanding to include a new restaurant, according to Sara Scully of ScullyOne Productions and the theater's co-founder. The restaurant will be located at 7 West Broad St. in Hopewell, she...

All new concept at Alltown: Fresh convenience

Ah, summertime … when many of us are hiting the road, taking vacations and traveling around the country to see new sites, taking our focus off business and spending time relaxing and refreshing our...

Applications live for NJEDA Opportunity Zone challenge

Grant applications for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority's Opportunity Zone Challenge Program are officially live, the EDA announced Thursday. The challenge is a competitive grant program that supports community efforts to attract investment and...

Brewing controversy: 2012 changes to licensing laws were boon to craft breweries; 2019’s changes...

Cape May Brewing Co. was one of about a dozen New Jersey breweries in 2011. Ryan Krill and the brewery’s co-founders got their start on the Jersey Shore — where, they were told, no...

Retro Fitness inks former Starbucks exec as new CEO

Retro Fitness has named a former Starbucks executive as its new CEO. The Colts Neck-based franchise gym said Wednesday it has appointed Andrew Alfano to the role. Alfano, who has more than 25 years of experience...

Newark-based Manischewitz Co. to be acquired by Kenover Marketing

The Newark-based Manischewitz Co. has agreed to sell all of its kosher food business to Bayonne-based Kenover Marketing Corp., the two companies announced Monday evening. The transaction will exclude the Season Brand of products, the...

Food Fella: Fancy Food Show shines ‘across the river’

This year’s Fancy Food Show, hosted by the Specialty Food Association, featured a plethora of companies looking to capture the top food trends that are sweeping through the food industry today. As this gigantic...

Food Fella: Putting ‘New’ in New Milford, Inserra opens latest ShopRite

There has been a lot of activity recently in the Inserra Supermarkets camp, as the owner of 23 ShopRites and two Price Rite Marketplaces in New Jersey and New York just opened a new,...

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Merck completes acquisition of EyeBio for up to $3B

Rahway-based Merck on Friday said it completed its previously announced acquisition of Eyebiotech Ltd. for $1.3 billion upfront and up to another $1.7 billion...

Connecting World Cup to community comes in different touch points

When more than 700 kids got a chance to run onto the field at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday for a youth soccer clinic, there...

Provident strengthens health care lending team with addition of senior relationship manager

Provident Bank said Thursday that Vik Venkataraman has joined the organization as a senior relationship manager to lead the Iselin-based financial institution's expansion in...

Walmart constructing new 700K sq. ft. distribution center in Pilesgrove by 2027; will bring...

Walmart recently announced the construction of a new high-tech perishable distribution center in Pilesgrove. The 700,000-square-foot facility will begin operations in 2027, bringing approximately...

TD Bank creates community advisory board to manage $20B Impact Plan

Cherry Hill-based TD Bank recently announced its Community Impact Plan, an initiative to further its commitment to community empowerment and economic growth. The three-year...