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Why we created our Women in Business list

Dr. Margarita Camacho is the surgical director of the world-renowned cardiac transplant and mechanical assist device program at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. Has been since 2006. In that time, she has authored numerous articles, book...

A COVID (warning) shot: Holy Name’s Maron concerned N.J., sector are not doing enough...

Holy Name CEO Mike Maron has sounded the warning before.  On March 14, 2020 — back when many in New Jersey and almost everyone in the country were still unsure how impactful COVID was going...

Why Park, only Korean American in Legislature, was a force on East Asia trip

As the only Korean-American in the state Legislature, Assemblywoman Ellen Park was an obvious choice to be a delegate on the governor’s nine-day East Asia Economic Mission that ended last week. The impact of her...

Inside Fiserv’s $1M pledge to help minority small businesses in N.J.

Tennille Ortiz of the Cupcake Carriage, a boutique mobile bakery based in North Arlington, took a minute to catch her breath and regain her composure. “I’m trying to get through this without crying,” she said. Ortiz,...

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...

Exciting times for Stockton in A.C.: Today, a new dorm, and tomorrow …

Here’s the cool thing about today's ribbon-cutting of Stockton University’s Phase II Residence Hall in Atlantic City: The 135,000-square-foot, six-story building not only will have 416 beds in 107 apartment- and suite-style living spaces,...

New behavioral health facility merges old-time setting with modern-day technologies

The meticulous craftsmanship that was needed to maintain its charm while updating the 110-year-old facility that now serves as the Retreat & Recovery at Ramapo Valley took nearly two years to complete. And the landscape...

Cooper’s Porter makes it his mission to convince Black, brown communities that COVID vaccines...

Dr. John Porter’s schedule for next week is filling up fast. On Tuesday, he’ll speak with a group from the Linkages program. Later in the week, it will be with a group of teachers....

Could N.J. be forced to give back its unspent pandemic-relief money in debt deal?

U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer knows the idea of the federal government taking back COVID-19 relief funds as part of a debt-ceiling compromise is hard to imagine for many. Start with the logistics: Money was allocated...

For Republican leader Palatucci, an honest reflection on Jan. 6 — and the days...

Bill Palatucci, the Republican national committeeman from New Jersey, doesn’t offer any alternative facts about what happened Jan. 6, 2021. “You have to recognize and admit that Jan. 6 was an attack on our democracy...

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Commercial law firm, Flaster Greenberg, recently announced it has launched a new Art Law Industry Group in partnership with its Litigation, Transportation Law and...

Centenary introduces Human Performance Center to advance personal growth 

Centenary University announced Thursday the launch of an extensive menu of programs designed to foster intellectual growth, emotional competence and career success. Presented predominantly online,...

Jobs for America’s Graduates: Push to save proven program for students in underserved communities

Donna Custard, the president of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation and, as such, the head of JAG — or Jobs for America’s...

Rutgers School of Nursing reaches No. 5 national ranking in U.S. News 2024 Best...

Rutgers University School of Nursing's graduate education programs are once again ranked among the top programs in the nation, according to U.S. News &...

Medscape report: Despite recent rise in physicians’ salaries, dissatisfaction over pay persists

According to the latest findings of the 2024 Medscape Physician Compensation Report, in 2023, physicians saw a steady increase in total compensation. Still, any...