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Advances in MS care

One young dad lost the dexterity in his left hand; a businessman had headaches and cloudy vision in one eye; and a new mom almost dropped her newborn when her arm went numb. They...

Business opportunity is knocking at Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club (Sponsored Content: Fiddler’s Elbow Country...

Business is no longer conducted just in the boardroom. In fact, today, more and more takes place offsite, remotely and in informal environments. Imagine closing your next deal, entertaining your customers or simply conducting...

Tips to maximize your employee retention credit

The coronavirus relief bill signed into law in December 2020 included an extension of the Employee Retention Credit under Section 2301 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act. Understanding...

U.S. finds enterprising partner in higher ed as it moves to invest in infrastructure

As the U.S. emerges from lockdown and its travel-starved populace returns to roads, tunnels and bridges, a national conversation about the future of the country’s neglected transportation infrastructure — and what it will take...

N.J.’s Energy Master Plan: Noble idea, disastrous economic impact

Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration has launched a sweeping effort called the “Energy Master Plan” to restructure New Jersey’s entire energy infrastructure and economy on an aggressive timetable to eliminate the state’s overall carbon emissions...

Let’s talk about environmental impact of cannabis cultivation

With the recent adoption of the preliminary regulations governing New Jersey’s budding recreational cannabis marketplace, there is a palpable buzz of excitement around the formation of a new industry taking shape in the Garden...

Why the time might be right for equipment financing

The COVID-19 pandemic created a dilemma for many businesses: They may want to postpone equipment purchases to reduce expenditures and reserve cash, but, at the same time, many need to upgrade to new equipment...

Increasing number of biometric data protection laws and their impact on N.J. businesses

Personal information has been a treasure trove for data miners, aggregators and marketing firms. The practice of scraping, bundling, repackaging and reselling that data is big business in the United States. An increasing number...

Becoming education franchisees is paying off for two New Jersey women

Lynn Ann Zazzali, a former public school teacher, said it was her pursuit of quality child care that led to her new career as a franchisee. “When it came time for my children to attend...

When is mediation the right move? Former U.S. magistrate judge weighs in

Through no fault of your own, you are involved in litigation. Let’s face it: If you could have prevented this, you would have. But, now that you’re here, let’s talk about a potentially more...

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At N.J. Pride Chamber gala, a celebration of success — and road map for...

For the New Jersey Pride Chamber of Commerce, the biggest challenge at its first-ever end-of-the-year gala may have been deciding which number it wanted...

Pride Chamber announces NJPCC Foundation

The New Jersey Pride Chamber of Commerce, an organization that has seen its membership jump by more than 150% this year, announced Thursday night...

Ramapo College launches Investigative Genetic Genealogy Center

Hands-on education in investigative genetic genealogy is now available from the newly launched Ramapo College Investigative Genetic Genealogy Center, according to a Thursday announcement...

Longtime CoWorx Staffing leader, Rogan, elevated to CEO

Nearly two years after she was promoted to chief operating officer, Kara Rogan was elevated to CEO of Morristown-based CoWorx Staffing Services, according to...

Verisk’s Shavel will assume the role of president as Anquillare steps down

Mark Anquillare is stepping down from his role as president of Verisk as of Jan. 15, and CEO Lee Shavel will assume the role,...