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Why pro-business Bracken feels Biden can be boost for N.J.’s economy

Tom Bracken said the obvious about the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris ticket winning the 2020 presidential election: “More than anything, I think it just calms things down a little bit. And that's not a bad...

Don’t just thank veterans for their service — hire them for their services

Jeff Cantor breaks down the numbers around the 10% price preference bill for disabled veteran business owners that’s kicking around the state Legislature. Essentially, it’s this: If one company bids X amount on a state...

How AtlantiCare is helping to ensure South Jersey is prepared for all things COVID

It’s well known up and down the state: South Jersey often views itself as its own entity. Part of New Jersey? Absolutely. But the region, perhaps more than other area in the state, always...

Big-system CEOs: Collaboration with N.J. was biggest key to crushing (1st) COVID-19 wave

Hospitals and health systems have gone through a tremendous consolidation in the state in the past few years. With each merger and acquisition, cost savings through shared services and increased buying power frequently were...

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...

Casting a vote for all votes being cast on Election Day

Beverly and Bob Diering of Morris Plains did what they have done every four years since 1968: They voted to help determine who will be the next president of the United States. And they...

NJMEP is 1 step from funding for more apprenticeships, South Jersey office

Gov. Phil Murphy has until mid-December to decide if he wants to sign a bill into law that would allow for a permanent $1.5 million annual contribution to the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program. MEP...

Pru Center is happy to serve as polling place, hopeful it can maintain strong...

When the Prudential Center serves as a polling place for as many as 8,000 Newark residents on Tuesday, it will be a visible byproduct of a months-long process to ensure the building is used...

RWJBH’s Ostrowsky called for state shutdown in March before others. He has different view...

It was the middle of March — a time when New Jersey could still identify each new case of something people were still calling the coronavirus (not the more accurate COIVD-19). A time when...

BioCentriq opens at NJII: ‘This is a complete game-changer for N.J.’

New Jersey Institute of Technology President Joel Bloom said BioCentriq is the type of company the school had in mind when it created the New Jersey Innovation Institute in 2015 as a platform for...

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CarbinX: A look at breakthrough carbon-capture system that N.J. Natural Gas has installed in...

New Jersey Natural Gas, the principal subsidiary of New Jersey Resources, was thrilled to announce last week that it has installed and is now...

Fakult to retire as president of JCP&L, to be succeeded by Mokoid

Jim Fakult, a fixture in the New Jersey business community since taking over as president of Jersey Central Power & Light 11 years ago,...

LG’s new Business Innovation Center in Englewood Cliffs offers broad array of commercial solutions

LG Business Solutions USA officially opened its latest Business Innovation Center, a 3,600-square-foot showroom at LG Electronics’ North American headquarters in Englewood Cliffs. This...

N.J. celebrates launch of easy-to-use online Unemployment Insurance application process

Seemingly no one took more heat during the pandemic than Department of Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo — who was unfairly blamed...

When TV meets reality: Shatner implores LSC crowd to take global warming seriously

William Shatner seemingly spent a lifetime in the heavens — at least, that’s the way the ubiquitous reruns of “Star Trek” have made it...