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Christie, pushing to keep Jersey kids in state, helps open NJIT center

The New Jersey Institute of Technology cut the ribbon on its $19 million Life Sciences and Engineering Center on Thursday morning. And Gov. Chris Christie made it perfectly clear who it is for: the students...

SBA bolsters bonding program for small construction contractors

Several changes took effect Wednesday that are meant to improve a U.S. Small Business Administration program that is said to be a boon for small New Jersey construction contracting companies and the wider Garden...

NJHA’s Ryan: New attempt to kill ACA would cost N.J. $3.9B in funds

The last-ditch attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act, a proposal by U.S. Sens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy, would cost New Jersey $3.9 billion in federal health care funds by 2026, according to...

Win or lose, trying for Amazon HQ2 can help Atlantic County: Experts

Amazon building a second headquarters could be the business boost Atlantic County needs — even if the online retail giant picks somewhere else. The county is joining what is expected to be a continent-wide search...

Christie unveils $200M, 25-initiative plan to fight N.J.’s opioid crisis

Gov. Chris Christie unveiled his plan to fight the opioid crisis in New Jersey on Tuesday afternoon, discussing some of the 25 new initiatives he will implement at a cost of approximately $200 million. Speaking...

At Affordability Summit, Guadagno maintains her focus on property taxes

Not only is New Jersey the state with the highest taxes, people who work in the state are now moving to neighboring states to avoid high property taxes, according to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno. “You...

Manufacturing Caucus’ first meeting is Tuesday in Paterson

The bipartisan legislative Manufacturing Caucus will hold its first meeting at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Paterson, it announced recently. The meeting, in the Rogers Meeting Center, 32 Spruce St., will include presentations on the challenges...

Affordability Summit: Soaries details need to resolve many issues at once

The Rev. DeForest “Buster” Soaries has seen how government, the private sector and the nonprofit sector can work together in New Jersey. And he’s seen how often they do not. As the former New Jersey Secretary...

How do you diversify your board? Simple answers, complex problem

Finding women and minorities to fill nonprofit board seats should not be hard in New Jersey. That’s what Amy Mansue, president for the Southern Region of RWJBarnabas Health, said during a panel on the topic...

Creating path for female execs: It’s more about inclusion than exclusion

There are still a number of problems executive women face in the workplace, despite greater awareness in recent years. That was evident by a panel Friday at a New Jersey Business & Industry Association’s Women...

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Inspira Medical Group names new president

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Prager Metis names new partners — 2 from N.J.

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Esports Entertainment receives approval to kick off betting operations in N.J.

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Chef David Burke’s oceanfront restaurant Drifthouse reopens after winter break

Celebrating its fourth anniversary after surviving a global pandemic, Drifthouse by Chef David Burke is reopening after its annual winter break at 4 p.m....