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Take 2 dance classes and call me in the morning

There’s a new prescription program in Newark — but this treatment comes with some serious side effects. People taking this prescription are experiencing joy, connection, empowerment and improved mental and physical well-being. That’s because this...

Hispanic Heritage Month: More than a celebration, a call to action

Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the history, contributions and achievements of Hispanics in the U.S. It is a time to show who we are, share our stories and lean into our...

Labor unions are winning again, but at least 1 great challenge remains

It’s an incredible time to run a labor union. The ranks of organized labor have recently been joined by workers at Amazon, Starbucks and Trader Joe’s. The SAG-AFTRA strike, which began this summer, has generated...

How to navigate business exit strategies for a prosperous future

Since 2018, the number of small businesses in New Jersey has increased by over 19%, making New Jersey a Top 5 state for small business growth in the Northeast. While growing a business is...

You can say what in workplace? Recent decision raises questions

On July 29, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey in Tavares v. Builders FirstSource Northeast Group Inc., granted the defendant’s motion for summary judgment, most notably finding that racist and...

Bankers are New Jersey’s economic first responders

The banking industry plays a crucial role in the economic fabric of any state, and New Jersey is no exception. As one of the most densely populated and economically diverse states in the nation,...

Inflation Reduction Act poised to be New Jersey game-changer

President Joe Biden’s administration made history last August by signing the Inflation Reduction Act into law. It makes record U.S. investments in climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies, projected to make a huge dent...

Government price-setting harms patients, prevents cures

Among our many learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic is that a robust and effective medical innovation ecosystem is essential to researching and developing treatments, vaccines and cures for new and emerging threats to human...

Why SAG-AFTRA’s strike is win for all workers

Hollywood came to a standstill last month when SAG-AFTRA, the union representing more than 160,000 actors, radio personalities and other performers, joined the Writers Guild of America in a historic double strike against the...

Op Ed: Electrification proposal is shockingly ill advised

By Dave Rible There is near-universal agreement among the state’s utility providers and construction industries that we must deal with climate change. Many of these companies and organizations are already taking steps, on their own,...

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Saiber adds former executive director of Puerto Rico Gaming Commission to its law group

The former executive director of the Puerto Rico Gaming Commission, Jaime Rivera Emmanuelli, has joined Saiber LLC's growing Gaming Law Practice Group as a...

CBRE arranges $7.5M sale of development site in Hoboken 

CBRE Tri-State Capital Markets Group on Thursday announced the $7.5 million sale of a 13,000-square-foot development site located at 511-521 Newark St. in Hoboken....

Sagard Real Estate acquires 47K sq. ft. newly constructed warehouse in East Rutherford

Sagard Real Estate, formerly known as EverWest Real Estate Investors, announced it acquired a 47,000-square-foot, newly constructed warehouse in East Rutherford. The warehouse, located at...

Jersey Mike’s 14th annual Month of Giving starts tomorrow

Jersey Mike's Subs is asking customers to eat a sub and help a local cause. To celebrate the company's 14th annual Month of Giving fundraising...

Mihlon’s acting post as Felician University president made permanent

Mildred Mihlon has officially been appointed the 7th president of Felician University by a unanimous vote of the board of trustees on Wednesday. Mihlon, who...