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Now that N.J. is getting $13B in federal infrastructure money, here’s how Legislature can...

Last week, President Joe Biden signed into law the landmark infrastructure legislation that is scheduled to send about $13 billion to New Jersey to help fix and upgrade our roads, bridges, mass transit, sewer...

Price: Support next-generation mobile network for next generation of N.J.

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, when initial shutdowns rocked New Jersey, one of the many harsh realities that we were forced to deal with was the unacceptable lack of internet connectivity. Poor...

Banking info proposal is bad for banks, credit unions … and businesses

In an effort aimed at increasing taxpayer compliance, President Joe Biden’s administration has proposed that financial institutions be required to report additional account holder information in an enhanced annual IRS Form 1099-INT. Beginning in 2023,...

Instead of infrastructure funding, Congress gives us political gridlock and delays

New Jersey and the nation were close to a massive victory in Washington, D.C. Two weeks ago, the House of Representatives, with support from Democrats and Republicans, was about to give final approval to...

When building diverse workplace, don’t overlook those with autism (and other neurodiverse individuals)

The latest jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics had good news — especially for New Jersey, which added 20,300 new jobs in August. Despite this, companies here in the Garden State and...

Price: Electrified transportation is here, but are we ready?

There is no question that electrified transportation is the future of getting from place to place globally. New Jersey’s clean energy goals reflect that fact, as do its initiatives thus far. The Charge Up...

‘Green’ builders can do more to reduce our carbon footprint

With scientists from the United Nations reporting this week that climate change will be intensifying over the next 30 years because of our planet’s addiction to fossil fuels, it is now incumbent for all...

How N.J. businesses need to be inclusive in their online outreach, specifically for people...

Why your online outreach is lacking by over 30% Gone are the days of word of mouth and traditional advertising. The internet is king, and it’s up to business owners to adapt or fall behind....

Price: Why infrastructure bill is good for equity, entrepreneurs

Last month, Congress took a major step forward on one of the most salient issues in our country: infrastructure. The $1.2 trillion bipartisan package passed by the Senate in early August is the biggest...

Issues to look for as N.J. athletes and colleges navigate NIL agreements

New state laws and an NCAA rule change that went into effect July 1 now allow college athletes to, for the first time, earn money directly from the use of their name, image and...

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