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Weinberg’s legacy: People before party

As someone who had spent a few years in Trenton, Sabeen Masih wasn’t surprised when she read the story last December detailing how women working in the political world were frequent subjects of sexual...

Every state is looking to take business from Georgia — here’s why N.J. has...

When the outrage following Georgia’s new voting laws started impacting business and industry in the state — starting with the loss of Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game — New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy responded...

Newark 2020: Workforce development initiative hasn’t let pandemic stop it from reaching its goals

When it became obvious that the COVID-19 pandemic was going to last more than just a few weeks or months … obvious that employers were instituting hiring freezes — if not furloughs or layoffs...

Salt in the wound: Gottheimer hopes he has found new solution

Tom Bracken brought an interesting take to the SALT cap discussion — an aspect many people overlook, he said. Bracken talked about its impact on retirees. The retirees of the future. The SALT deduction impacts...

Hard Rock’s Morris talks casinos: On Long Island, in Atlantic City — and maybe...

Jack Morris is enough of a businessman to acknowledge his arrangement with the Shinnecock Nation — one that announced plans Wednesday for what will be known as Shinnecock Casino Hamptons on the eastern end...

How BPU just increased N.J.’s ability to become wind-power superpower

When Gov. Phil Murphy announced in February his ambitious plan of having 7,500 megawatts of offshore wind energy by 2035, he talked of all of the benefits it would bring to the state. Murphy didn’t...

Why Teaneck-based Cognizant feels LPGA’s Founders Cup is perfect match for company’s mission and...

The Cognizant Founders Cup is intended to serve as the LPGA event that honors the 13 women who founded the golf tour back in 1950 — legendary players such as Patty Berg, Louise Suggs...

Lt. governor debate: Polite exchanges of policy — that may not change many minds

If you were looking for fireworks, you didn’t get them Tuesday night during the New Jersey lieutenant governor debate at Rider University. If you were looking for two candidates explaining their positions and only occasionally...

Day One: A look at hopes, fears (and processes) at Atlantic Health during rollout...

Dr. Sharen Anghel, the chairwoman of medicine at Overlook Medical Center, was the third person to get a dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday at Morristown Medical Center. She counted her place in line a...

Why Atlantic Health feels commitment to diversity hiring is seen as commitment to care

It’s a goal that aligns with the social discourse of the summer. And, yet, the desire of a major hospital system in the state to hire more people of color as doctors and nurses —...

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