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Register now for NAIOP NJ’s Annual Meeting & 2020 CRE Outlook (Sponsored Content: NAIOP...

Register now for the first big commercial real estate event of 2020 ... NAIOP New Jersey's 50th anniversary year! Dr. Alexander Heil, chief economist for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, will...

Hearts & Hammers Gala will celebrate Morris Habitat for Humanity’s 35th anniversary (Sponsored Content:...

Morris Habitat for Humanity’s Leadership Council announces the 15th annual Hearts & Hammers Gala at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Meadow Wood Manor in Randolph. The 2020 gala will celebrate Morris Habitat’s 35th...

State Theatre to hold fourth annual Women’s Tea (Sponsored Content: State Theatre New Jersey)

State Theatre New Jersey will hold its fourth annual Women’s Tea on Tuesday, Feb. 25. This very special event features an invaluable networking reception followed by high tea and a special program in the...

Customer experience (CX) from vision to execution (Sponsored Content: Citrin Cooperman)

Customer experience has changed dramatically since the proliferation of digital technology. Consider some day-to-day examples in our lives — we now have self-checkout at grocery stores, ATMs are substituting for bank tellers, online shopping...

Don’t miss N.J.’s most compelling economic conference (Sponsored Content: NJBankers)

Don’t make your first mistake of the new year by not attending the event of the year! For the past 9 years, the Economic Leadership Forum has presented the opportunity to hear from key thinkers...

Facing the challenge: At Newark Tech Week, diverse women hold candid discussion on obstacles

A dynamic and diverse group of women addressed the challenges for women in general who are in tech fields, and for black and Latina women in particular, at an event that was part of...

EDA announces five winners of $100K Opportunity Zone grants

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority announced the five Garden State communities that will be receiving grants through its Opportunity Zone Challenge Program, each receiving $100,000 to attract investments in the new OZs. The five...

Prime location: Whole Foods opening Parsippany store

Whole Foods Markets will up its store count here in New Jersey once again, with a new store set to open in Parsippany. As the company puts the finishing touches on the 47,000-square-foot store...

Making strides: EWNJ report shows continued progress toward greater gender diversity on corporate boards

Executive Women of New Jersey released “A Seat at the Table,” its fourth biannual report in collaboration with PwC on advancing gender diversity in New Jersey’s corporate boards, at its Corporate Gender Diversity Awards...

N.J. banks are partnering with their communities (Sponsored Content: NJ Bankers)

New Jersey community banks are exemplary corporate citizens dedicated to the success of the communities they serve. Banks and their employees, individually and collectively, sponsor and donate to thousands of worthwhile causes each year...

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Murphy aims to impose tax on state’s top-revenue companies to pay for N.J. ...

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