Read ROI-NJ’s October 16, 2017, issue

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Gubernatorial debate: Have New Jersey voters already checked out?

The cashier at the ShopRite saw the media lanyard I forgot was hanging around my neck. “That’s right,” she said. “I knew there was a debate tonight. “Of course, I couldn’t watch it because I was...

Read ROI-NJ’s inaugural October 9, 2017, issue

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Why in the world is the NJEA opposing union man Sweeney?

Labor unions — public-employee unions, in particular — are about as popular with New Jersey Republicans as Colin Kaepernick is with Donald Trump. Which is why the New Jersey Education Association’s expensive war against Democratic...

In praise of Gov. Christie’s opioid initiatives

The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, which represents 160 of the state’s community-based mental health and addiction providers, loudly applauds Gov. Chris Christie on the unprecedented and wide-reaching investment of...

Opioid fight could be as successful as battle against AIDS if done right

Responding to public clamor in the 1990s, some of the nation’s drug companies worked together to develop a “cocktail” of drugs to fight HIV/AIDS. It worked. AIDS is no longer an automatic death sentence....

Amazon and New Jersey would be perfect together

Amazon should choose New Jersey for its vaunted HQ2. In the end, we won’t offer the biggest package of incentives nor the lowest cost of doing business. But Amazon should (and likely will) come...

Rankings should be wake-up call for higher education in New Jersey

Well, for the seventh year in a row, the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings have Princeton University in the No. 1 spot for best national universities. Great news for New Jersey, right? Eh,...

Holtec’s grand opening is grand moment for incentive programs

For all of the positives that came out of Holtec International’s ribbon-cutting ceremony last week in Camden — and that starts with the soon-to-be 2,000 jobs that will help jump-start the depressed economy in...

Introducing ROI-NJ: A disrupter in business media based in N.J.

Why did you decide to be based in New Jersey? It’s a question I’ve asked hundreds of business leaders over the past four years as a business journalist. And, now, it’s one I get to answer. ROI-NJ,...

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