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Auto insurance bill: In unusual move, Assembly speaker ripped by name after legislation fails...

A bill that would prevent auto insurance companies from setting rates partly by using factors that negatively impact Black and brown communities … a bill that more than 10,000 New Jersey residents have written...

Is it time to rethink the suburban office?

Ralph Zucker had every reason to be optimistic at his latest groundbreaking — even if he didn’t actually break any physical ground. “Campus” is the latest innovation at the you-have-to-see-it-to-understand Bell Works “metroburb” in Holmdel....

Nonprofits are feeding the hungry like never before — so why are they being...

Lois Bennett and her volunteer staff of nearly 400 at the Feeding Hands pantry in Somerset County will be back at again Tuesday, providing approximately 20,000-25,000 pounds of food to nearly 100 families in...

Devils unveil alternate jersey — make statement about their connection to N.J. (SLIDESHOW)

After she tells you that the striping that gives the jersey a vintage feel is an homage to the three professional hockey teams that called New Jersey home before the New Jersey Devils …...

Is N.J. business community ready to party (oops, network) again?

As CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey, Christina Renna is used to throwing events. Lots of events. But even she admitted she didn’t know what to expect when her chamber hosted a...

From rails to trails: N.J. to build 9-mile park that stretches from Montclair to...

Shawn LaTourette, the commissioner of environmental protection, called it a historic investment that will serve as a hub for ecotourism. Debra Kagan, the executive director of the New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition, called it...

Six reasons Murphy’s second term is set up to be a boon for business

Delegates at the New Jersey Constitutional Convention of 1947 established that residents would elect their state officials in an off year. The reason? They wanted voters to weigh in on state issues without being...

Murphy boldly propels his vision forward — with nary a look at the Democrats...

There are two ways to look at Gov. Phil Murphy’s razor-thin victory over Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli — a race that took an extra 24 hours to call after an Election Day that saw...

Why N.J.’s business climate may have been the big winner Tuesday night

New Jersey’s Democratic leaders are still wondering what happened. Regardless of how numerous races turn out — starting with a governor’s race that still is too close to call —Tuesday’s election results have been...

SciTech Scity: ‘A place where you can see the future’

Paul Hoffman is more than just the CEO of the Liberty Science Center and one of the foremost minds on all things STEM in the country. He’s a fabulous storyteller, too. Anyone who has ever heard...

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Daybase opens 1st hybrid work location in Hoboken

A start-up founded by former WeWork execs has opened an on-demand, enterprise-grade workspot on Washington Street in Hoboken, right in the heart of the...

Herndon officially installed as 2022 board chair of NJHA 

AtlanticCare CEO and President Lori Herndon was installed as chair of the board of the New Jersey Hospital Association, according to a Friday announcement. Herndon...

Rowan launches school of entrepreneurship, ‘boldly’ states case as university of the future

Many schools have classes, programs and organizations devoted to entrepreneurship. Rowan University is taking it one step further: It is now offering a degree...

Vantage Commercial helps medical office expand with lease in Voorhees

Vantage Commercial leased a 2,000-square-foot space in Voorhees to Soba for its newest medical office expansion, and its first location in New Jersey. Located at...

Lynch to be reinstated as CEO of American Water

Walter Lynch will be reinstalled as CEO of American Water, effective Jan. 31, after his recovery from a recent injury and hospitalization, according to...