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Increased indoor dining ruling met with swift response: It’s not enough

The reaction seemingly came within minutes of the announcement that indoor dining capacity in New Jersey had increased: When can it increase more? To be clear: Going from 25% capacity to 35% likely will be...

Bipartisan Senate group pushing for additional $300M for small business relief

Sen. Steven Oroho’s never-ending quest to help give additional funds to small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic continued Thursday, when he was part of a bipartisan group to sponsor a bill that allocated $300...

The ambitious plan to replace (all) lead pipes in N.J. in the next 10...

Politicians have a knack for being vaguely grandiose — it’s a way to promise the world without providing key details, like cost or a timeline. Gov. Phil Murphy didn’t do that Thursday. In announcing his...

How we pick the list: Simple question has complicated response

It’s the first question we get as soon as our ROI Influencers: Power List comes out each year: How do we pick the list? There is not a simple answer. While we take ownership of the...

South Asian community embraces Harris as role model for opportunity to lead

Varsha Waishampayan founded the nonprofit Wings for Growth in 2016 with one goal in mind: To help show women they can be leaders in the workplace. A former executive of numerous financial and consulting firms...

Why (economic) impact of indoor dining may not truly be felt for months

Peter Sedereas was grateful Saturday when he looked around the diner his family literally built and has operated since 1987 and saw customers sitting inside and enjoying a meal for the first time since...

EWNJ at 40: New look, new energy, same goal — to advocate for female...

The Executive Women of New Jersey wanted to celebrate its 40th anniversary with a new branding campaign and a new website — doing so this week. But, for Barbara Kauffman, the current president, the organization’s...

Getting back on track: Why investing in nearly empty trains now is smart bet...

When he was campaigning for the job, Gov. Phil Murphy called New Jersey Transit a national disgrace. That’s when he was being nice. He also promised he would fix it, even if it killed...

For restaurants — and delivery services — new recognition that they need each other

The potential relationship between restaurants and delivery services seemed tenuous from the start — and certainly strained after the Legislature, following the lead of other cities and states, passed a law at the beginning...

Diversity: Why our perceptions are changing more than our population — and why that’s...

The results of the 2020 census were delayed because of the pandemic. The reaction to them, however, was faster than ever. Seemingly, just minutes after the 2020 census figures were released in August, sensational headlines...

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$10M gift to NJPAC launches Colton Institute for Research and Training in the Arts,...

A $10 million gift to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center will lead to the creation of the nation's first-ever research hub and incubator...

RBH Group announces $21M sale of industrial brownfield property in Newark

A brownfields property and industrial manufacturing facility in the Ironbound district of Newark that was successfully transformed into an environmentally safe, entrepreneurial and green...

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Norwood-based Phoenix Aromas and Essential Oils, a leading global distributor of flavor and fragrance ingredients and compounds serving the food and beverage, personal care,...

The Shop restaurant is coming to Chatham Plaza in Chatham

The Shop, a locally-owned Italian restaurant and pizzeria, is coming to Chatham Plaza on Main Street in Chatham, according to an announcement from North...

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...