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A tribute to the originals: The women who shaped our world (Sponsored Content: Citrin...

Recently, America celebrated the anniversary of Women’s Equality Day, commemorating the 1920 adoption of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting women the right to vote.  It is important to remember that the...

N.J.’s pension crisis and budget troubles: How they affect our economic future and what...

Join Financial Executives International's New Jersey chapter for an event: "New Jersey’s pension crisis and budget troubles: How they affect our economic future and what can be done." The event will take place from 6-8:30...

Hispanic community seeks to overcome slow start and become crucial part of innovation economy

Hipatia Lopez would rather not count herself among the select few, exclusive as that can be. The Jerseyan of Ecuadorian heritage — a social media-savvy inventor of a kitchen utensil she’s basing a business on...

NJMEP announces 2018 Manufacturing Awards finalists (Sponsored Content: New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program)

The standout manufacturers of the Garden State have been recognized by their peers and the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program is pleased to announce the 2018 Manufacturing Award Finalists. Awards will be presented to...

Classes aimed at helping minority businesses get bonded will begin this fall

A program to boost minority bids on government contracts, which launched under a law signed by former Gov. Chris Christie in 2017, will begin classes this fall. A partnership between the state Economic Development Authority...

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...

(Big) opportunity knocks: Why Sills Cummis’ attorneys feel Opportunity Zones could bring ‘greatest wealth...

Ted Zangari, chair of the Redevelopment Law Practice Group at Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. in Newark, is one of the most prominent public incentives and real estate attorneys in the state. His law...

Celgene donates $100K to Rutgers’ TechAdvance funding program

Rutgers University's TechAdvance Fund received $100,000 from Celgene Corp., it announced Tuesday. The fund was created through the university's Office of Research and Economic Development to advance early stage Rutgers technologies toward commercialization. This is ORED's...

VOICE speaks to the arrival of Newark and NJIT on tech scene

Technology is both the foundation of our global economy and the catalyst for its growth, across all business sectors. Consequently, the arrival of the VOICE Summit, sponsored by Amazon Alexa and hosted by the...

Breaking down the CBT: A look at some of its (many) technical details

Despite coming to an agreement on the corporate business tax hike late Saturday, state legislative leaders and Gov. Phil Murphy were still negotiating technical details of the bill for most of the day Sunday. The...

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Detailed discussion: Former NFL star, entrepreneur and community leader Jenkins offers life lessons

When Malcom Jenkins was growing up in Piscataway, his dad made him up pick up the yard. The work, however, didn’t stop there. Jenkins...

Coughlin, Singer named NJHA Legislators of the Year

New Jersey Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin and state Sen. Robert Singer will be honored along with several others at the New Jersey Health Association's...

Imagine offering training for those looking to become Grief Specialists

Imagine: A Center for Coping with Loss, in Mountainside, said that, in response to the high level of interest in its training courses as...

Modern Meadow, Earthletica collaborate to debut new breathable and waterproof outdoor apparel

Nutley-based Modern Meadow and Earthletica, an Australia-based company focused on sustainable and high-performance activewear, on Friday announced their collaboration on the Bronte Jacket, named...

Inspira Health opens new Behavioral Health Services facility in Salem

A new involuntary Behavioral Health Services facility has opened in Salem County, according to a Friday announcement from Inspira Health. The new addition of involuntary...