Why doubling capacity for indoor dining won’t come close to doubling number of seats...

Gov. Phil Murphy is going back and forth regarding his desire to increase capacity for indoor dining. Last week, he indicated it was likely. This week — with COVID-19 cases on the rise —...

Is this the tax that breaks the back of business? Proposed Financial Transaction Tax...

The idea sounds great, in theory. As do all revenue-raisers, the new phrase for tax hikes. So, when an Assembly committee meets Monday to discuss a new hike on electronic stock trades processed in New...

Arthur’s Tavern — iconic institution in Morris Plains — illustrates challenges facing an industry...

Alice McGreevy looks out at the walls of Arthur’s Tavern, the restaurant her family has owned for more than six decades. They are walls covered with photos — many black and white — that portray...

Another step toward creation of North Brunswick train station serves as latest example of...

The Middlesex County Improvement Authority — along with the state Department of Transportation, New Jersey Transit and other partners — announced Thursday morning that it will initiate an request-for-proposal for the design and engineering...

Technology fills critical void as long-term living communities prepare for COVID’s 2nd wave

As we enter the fall season, the chance of resurgence in COVID-19 cases remains top of mind, especially for health care providers. Just like we’ve seen in Britain, France, Germany and other European countries, New...

Why N.J.’s big program for restaurants/bars may not be (anywhere close to) big enough

Marilou Halvorsen repeatedly said the words “grateful” and “appreciative.” As head of the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association, she was thrilled to hear Gov. Phil Murphy is directing $35 million toward her industry —...

Why Atlantic Health feels commitment to diversity hiring is seen as commitment to care

It’s a goal that aligns with the social discourse of the summer. And, yet, the desire of a major hospital system in the state to hire more people of color as doctors and nurses —...

Elnahal, University Hospital unveil new vision for Newark — and new logo

Sure, there was a media release, and Shereef Elnahal will be available for interviews to talk about the vision he has for University Hospital in Newark — a vision that comes complete with a...

Noted N.J. economist: Why next stimulus should be geared toward youngest workers

Plans for another stimulus package — one that figures to come in at around $2 trillion — appeared to be falling apart over the weekend as Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D.C.,  can’t decide...

At McCarter & English, record revenues and pro bono hours go hand-in-hand

The leaders of McCarter & English can talk about how the firm had record revenue … talk about how its ability to quickly transition to online law and pivot its services to COVID solutions...

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Allen-McMillan will bring plenty of public school experience to role as commissioner of education

It’s a simple premise, but one not always followed: The commissioner of education should have a background in the schools they will oversee. Gov. Phil...

Joint venture boosts Jersey portfolio with Florham Park office property

A 228,000-square-foot office building in Florham Park has changed hands, according to real estate firm JLL Capital Markets. JLL said in a news release Tuesday...

Crum & Forster names CEO for new Pethealth business

Crum & Forster Accident & Health, a national property and casualty insurer, has named a CEO of its newly acquired Pethealth Inc. business, it announced...

Parsippany-based ophthalmic instruments business buys Missouri company

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11 hospitals in N.J. among 70 recognized nationally for being ‘Most Wired’

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