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Making strides: EWNJ report shows continued progress toward greater gender diversity on corporate boards

Executive Women of New Jersey released “A Seat at the Table,” its fourth biannual report in collaboration with PwC on advancing gender diversity in New Jersey’s corporate boards, at its Corporate Gender Diversity Awards...

Cheers! Beer, spirit fest builds brand recognition … for good cause

Fewer people come together to celebrate as a community in the winter — unless, of course, it involves beer, spirits and especially, charity. The third annual Craft Beer and Spirit Festival at the Heldrich Hotel...

Remembering Denise Bartone: Rutgers Food marketing specialist had kind, generous heart

In our busy, hectic world, where we deal with so many people and personality types, some have a lasting effect on your life and need to be recognized and honored.  It’s difficult to refer to...

Chester family farm buys honey bee business from retiring owners

Sweet Cheeks Farm LLC, based in Chester, is growing its honey bee population with the acquisition of a family business whose owners are retiring, it announced this week. Jean-Claude and Bea Tassot, owners of Tassot...

Hunterdon County gets its first Pickleball sports facility

A Pickleball sports facility is opening in Flemington, according to commercial brokerage firm NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. NAI DiLeo's Marc Shein, senior vice president, completed the 11,200-square-foot lease for Flemington Pickleball Club LLC at 19...

Restaurants pushing for Friday reopening of outdoor dining

The numbers were telling: 83 on Friday, 83 on Saturday, 70 on Sunday — and zero for the weekend. Restaurateurs throughout the state could only lament another lost weekend, one where three beautiful, warm days...

Here’s the biggest thing keeping women from board seats

Getting to the C-suite is not necessarily a step to a seat on a corporate board. What type of position you have — and what responsibilities come with it — are bigger barometers for...

Doc on Milk Crate Challenge: ‘It could break your bones or break your neck’

It’s tough enough for health care professionals to have to explain to people the reason why they need to get vaccinated for COVID-19 — or even wear a mask. Now, there’s the stupid stuff,...

Frustrated celebrity chef: Reforming liquor license laws would instantly increase economic development across N.J.

Dale Talde lists himself as a chef, which he is. He also is known as a bit of a reality TV star, which he was. And he talks like an economic development expert, which maybe he...

N.J. companies using organization’s platform to find nonprofits in need of skilled aid

Catchafire, a New York based for-profit benefits corporation, wants to change how companies promote corporate social responsibility. Rather than simply engaging in a day of volunteering at a nonprofit nearby, cutting a check or participating...

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The Shop restaurant is coming to Chatham Plaza in Chatham

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Six retail lease signings inked for Centurion Union Center

Landmark, the real estate developer behind the series of Centurion rental communities, on Thursday said six new retail leases have been signed in the...