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Coworking space Business Energy to use NJ Ignite program to attract tenants

Since opening its doors in October 2018, Business Energy, a coworking and networking community, has had more than a dozen startup companies move to...

Latest apprenticeship program is fusion of energy research, technical know-how

The state’s economy is changing, and jobs and apprenticeships are changing with it. Gov. Phil Murphy this week announced a new registered...


Minority chamber heads see few gains: Harmon, Medina, Cantor had high hopes in 2018

When Gov. Phil Murphy hired a chief diversity officer, Hester Agudosi, to help address the struggles of the state’s dense and diverse population in...

Why aren’t more doctors being trained in N.J.? Start with 1996 rule congressional leaders are trying to change

There was the incredible number: The country is expected to have a shortage of 120,000 doctors by the year 2030. And the incredible local number:...


Murphy announces weeklong September trade mission to India

Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday announced a seven-day trade mission to India in September, aimed at strengthening ties with the state’s second-largest...

Neglected no more: Land Bank Law will enable municipalities to take control of — and reuse — neglected, abandoned lots

For all the progress that has been made in recent years in the state’s urban areas — many of which have been filling up with new companies and...


Lozano touts changes after year at Choose New Jersey

Jose Lozano understands that economic incentive packages are a key element in bringing companies to a new location. He also feels they are not the...

Ladd named director of Economic & Housing Development in Newark

Allison Ladd has been appointed by Mayor Ras Baraka as Newark’s next director of the Department of Economic & Housing Development, city...


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