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‘This budget pretty clearly represents a refutation of austerity budgeting’

We get it: You either love the budget or hate the budget. And almost every member of the business community will take the second choice. We ran some of that sentiment here and here. Looking...

In times of crisis, heroes are everywhere

The hospital CEO described the COVID-19 pandemic — and the surge that hit New Jersey’s hospitals in the spring — in a way few others had done before. “We’ve been preaching health care as a...

N.J. Future head gives strong support to new incentives program — with one concern

The New Jersey Economy Recovery Act of 2020 — the fancy title for the state’s new $11.5 billion economic incentive package — is almost certain to be passed by the Legislature on Monday and...

Murphy’s State of State fails to address only issues that matter

“My fellow New Jerseyans: I don’t need to tell you these are different times … so, this is a different kind of speech.” This is how Gov. Phil Murphy began his State of the State...

Harmon bowled over by continued outreach to Black business community

John Harmon rattles off the names of the banks: Columbia … OceanFirst … Lakeland … Investors … Valley. “When the second round of (the Paycheck Protection Program) came out, I heard from the CEOs at...

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...

Latina Equal Pay Day brings another injustice to light

Moments after she sent out a tweet recognizing Latina Equal Pay Day, Claribel Cortes sent a text to an old boss. It was to a woman who made her day when she called Cortes...

Winners & losers from the (still ongoing) 2020 election

Some thoughts and observations about the most unusual Election Day in U.S. history — one that promises to still be going on for another week. And that’s before the court cases take over. Marijuana: Big...

Marketing mammograms: At Virtua, it led to major increase in screenings

Ryan Younger talked about propensity modeling and data science, reactivating patients through the use of consumer relationship management tools — and the incredible increase in revenue that came from the campaign. In other words, he...

McKoy: Juneteenth is nice — but the ask is so much more

Brandon McKoy is happy Juneteenth has been declared a national holiday — and he’s hopeful it will lead to some much-needed change. He’s fearful that it won’t. McKoy, the president of New Jersey Policy Perspective, is...

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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...

Tilley and Phoenix partnership creates global distributor of value-added ingredients in regulated markets

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...