Harnessing tools, resources to flatten COVID curve

With cases of COVID-19 surging again in recent weeks, Americans are looking to government agencies and officials for a plan to keep them safe. From Congress to the county freeholder board, people need to...

Communicating with your team in wake of intense election

Wednesday, the day after Election Day, might be one of those days when leaders of companies or nonprofits feel the need to say something — but have no idea what to say. We’re close to...

The road to responsive change

As an election is upon us, change is in the air — probably to the detriment of President Donald Trump. Anticipated large turnouts usually indicate dissatisfaction with the existing order. Voters want change to...

Rent control is not affordable housing

The consequences of knee-jerk government actions to protect tenants will bring future harm to tenants, property owners and most importantly, the condo and small homeowners that will have to pick up much of the...

Diversity is more than an HR program … it’s good for business

The case for building a culturally diverse workforce is stronger than ever. More than just a human resources program or a good public relations move in response to global demands for increased social awareness,...

N.J. needs true economic plan, growth strategy — now

Last week, Gov. Phil Murphy announced to a room full of New Jersey’s political elite that he was releasing $112 million in CARES Act funding. The governor said a significant portion of these grants would be...

Who will show up to vote in 2020 presidential election?

When researchers report on gaps in educational attainment and skills, the most frequent discussion is around economic outcomes, including wages, income and wealth. But, as the authors of a 2012 report, “Fault Lines in...

Technology fills critical void as long-term living communities prepare for COVID’s 2nd wave

As we enter the fall season, the chance of resurgence in COVID-19 cases remains top of mind, especially for health care providers. Just like we’ve seen in Britain, France, Germany and other European countries, New...

Why it’s time for state to proceed with autonomous vehicle legislation

Since March, Gov. Phil Murphy and the state Legislature have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic with laws and executive orders addressing such wide-ranging issues as health protocols, restaurant dining, schools and even elections. But...

Transportation accounts for 42% of global warming emissions in N.J. Here’s how electric cars...

Never have the impacts of climate change been so apparent and so impactful in our country. As a deadly wildfire season out West collides with a record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season, ominous-looking photos of red...

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DOL: Unemployed workers will get $600 in additional benefits this week

The state’s Department of Labor & Workforce Development said Tuesday it has successfully processed supplemental unemployment payments for more than 500,000 people. Those eligible for...

Murphy, with no holiday spike and new president, expresses optimism despite vaccine shortcomings

While acknowledging there still is a supply issue involving getting doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Phil Murphy expressed optimism about the state’s fight...

Bridgewater office building sold, C&W says

A Bridgewater office building has been sold, according to real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield. The 58,233-square-foot property at 745 U.S. Highway 202/206 was sold...

3 top lawyers join Mandelbaum Salsburg as partners

Robert Scrivo, a former special counsel and assistant U.S. attorney working out of the Newark office, is one of three top lawyers to join...

JLL arranges $89.5M development loan, $48.8M acquisition loan

JLL Capital Markets has arranged the financing for a pair of projects, it announced Tuesday. In the first deal, the real estate services firm announced...