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Dun & Bradstreet: Why loss of HQ (but only a few employees) isn’t much...

Yes, New Jersey is losing a corporate headquarters. Short Hills-based Dun & Bradstreet has announced it will soon make Jacksonville, Florida, its new corporate home. Announcements such as this are never a good look for...

A list of reasons to honor manufacturers: Overdue recognition of sector of N.J. companies...

Glebar Cos. in Ramsey increased production of syringes. Kuehne Co. in North Hackensack upped its output of bleach. Zago Manufacturing in Newark made more of the fasteners that were needed to help ventilators run. And Super Stud...

Rebuilding University Hospital: Shereef Elnahal describes playbook for turnaround at Newark medical center

Dramatic turnarounds in a hospital’s quality of care, patient safety, community engagement and financial engagement don’t necessarily start with an overstuffed playbook of procedures, a glitzy marketing campaign or even a rousing speech from...

Only in Jersey: Political squabble over efficiency of efficiency programs

This is where we are at as a state: We’re arguing about the efficiency of our efficiency programs. On Wednesday, Gov. Phil Murphy vetoed legislation (A4810/S441) that dozens of sponsors and cosponsors said was designed...

In Hoboken, is fight over social media about First Amendment — or weaponizing politics?

Hoboken Councilman Phil Cohen said the ordinance he is cosponsoring with two other council members, the one that would prohibit elected officials from blocking constituents on social media accounts, is about the First Amendment. The...

Kalafer, Hall of Fame business leader and person, loses fight with cancer at 71

It was at the end of a long dinner event nearly 10 years ago. As I was getting up to leave, a man I had never met came up to me, shook my hand...

Salt in the wound: Gottheimer hopes he has found new solution

Tom Bracken brought an interesting take to the SALT cap discussion — an aspect many people overlook, he said. Bracken talked about its impact on retirees. The retirees of the future. The SALT deduction impacts...

A call to change our plates to ‘The Innovation State’

We are not the Land of Lincoln. Anyone who has ever played the License Plate Game on a long car trip knows that.  “Land of Lincoln” is proclaimed proudly at the bottom of every license...

United asking for contributions to help fight climate change: Here’s why it’s brilliant idea

As the largest purchaser of sustainable aviation fuel of any airline in the world, United Airlines has long shown its commitment to lowering its carbon emissions. The airline has set a goal of reducing...

Every state is looking to take business from Georgia — here’s why N.J. has...

When the outrage following Georgia’s new voting laws started impacting business and industry in the state — starting with the loss of Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game — New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy responded...

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Jersey City to cut ribbon on Smorgasburg food festival Saturday

Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop and officials from Mack-Cali Realty Corp. will have a ribbon-cutting for Smorgasburg at noon Saturday at the Harborside Campus...

Executive Moves: CBRE, Kearny Bank and more

Executive Moves is an occasional feature on ROI-NJ.com describing some of the important personnel changes in the New Jersey business community. Reports are based...

Women’s Association raises $150K to support behavioral health initiatives at Morristown Medical Center

The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center has raised $150,000 to support the mental health initiatives for Atlantic Behavioral Health at Morristown Medical Center,...

Industrial land with trailer parking sells for $2M+ in Irvington

A parcel of industrial land in Irvington was sold for just over $2 million, according to real estate firm Lee & Associates New Jersey. Logistics...

Executive Moves: Clara Maass, Provident Bank and more

Executive Moves is an occasional feature on ROI-NJ.com describing some of the important personnel changes in the New Jersey business community. Reports are based...