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Nomination of Walsh as state comptroller applauded by many — but not all

As the head of the Fair Share Housing Center, Kevin Walsh made his mark by being unrelentingly persistent in his desire to hold municipalities...

When Holloway is named Rutgers’ next president today, should it matter that he is African American? How one expert sees it

Jonathan Holloway will be formally approved as the first black president in the history of Rutgers University on Tuesday afternoon at a meeting of...


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Tax Incentive Task Force report isn’t pretty — but here’s why one expert thinks it could speed up process of getting new incentives

The economic development professional — desperate for any sign of a thaw in the negotiations to get a new set of incentives on the books — read...


When it comes to misogynistic behavior: Words are nice … actions are better (UPDATED)

The words were powerful. And drew great applause. And a standing ovation. “Nothing — I repeat, nothing — more exemplifies that need to...

FinTech: Best practices for regulatory compliance

When is the optimal time to include regulatory compliance testing in a development process? In the high-speed, innovative, savvy world of...


Bracken on train trip: ‘We will be enhancing our security dramatically’

Security people in every train car. It’s a possibility. The logistics haven’t been worked out — it may not be every car — but Tom Bracken,...

‘Numbers don’t lie’: When it comes to wealth — and opportunities to manage it — there are two Jerseys

Jacob Walthour, the co-founder and CEO of Blueprint Capital Advisors and a longtime New Jersey resident, doesn’t mind rattling off the numbers. And...


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