Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership’s director is retiring

The Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School will get a new director in the new year. Professor Joanne B. Ciulla will succeed James...

Greater Trenton adds marketing and communications VP

Greater Trenton will have someone new to help champion its cause. The nonprofit uses private funding and collaborative relationships to advance Trenton’s economic revitalization efforts. Bryan...

Suburban Propane promotes trio of execs

Whippany-based propane and fuel oil company Suburban Propane Partners has announced several executive appointments. Steven C. Boyd will become chief operating officer after nearly 32...

Want to take business global? N.J. firms eligible for grants

Are you a New Jersey business owner who has already realized the potential of a global market, or an entrepreneur seeking to increase sales...

Marketing agency adds industry veteran as SVP

Marketsmith Inc. announced a new senior vice president. Luis Hernandez has joined the Cedar Knolls marketing agency after serving as chief digital officer for Coyne...

Is Amazon eyeing pharma? Application leads to speculation

Amazon, which just diversified its portfolio with the addition of Whole Foods, may be adding another sector to its operations: the pharmaceutical industry. A recent...

Study: Port accounts for $25.7B in income, $8.5B in tax revenue

Industry tied to the Port of New York and New Jersey supported more than 400,000 jobs and created $25.7 billion in personal income, as...

New poll shows Guadagno gaining, but Murphy still up 14 points

Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno has gained some momentum in the gubernatorial race, but Democrat Phil Murphy still maintains a double-digit lead, according to...

Tech suppliers aren’t keeping consumers happy, Conduent finds

Nearly half of consumers are dissatisfied with their technology suppliers, according to an analysis by Conduent Inc. It’s a first in a series of reports...

Girls are interested in STEM; so why aren’t more women working in it?

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno once asked New Jersey Institute of Technology President Joel Bloom why only 26 percent of the students were women. “He said,...

Ryan, outgoing NJHA head, knows issues remain

Her job is most often described as herding cats or tap dancing. Possibly both. But after 10 years as CEO of the New Jersey Hospital Association,...

Produce firm buys ex-Progresso plant, expanding S. Jersey presence

Vineland’s former General Mills Progresso Soup plant has a new tenant. F&S Produce, a supplier of fresh cut fruits and vegetables, finalized the purchase this...

New leases down, but renewals are strong in Q3, CBRE finds

New leasing was down more than 50 percent for the state in the third quarter compared with the same quarter last year, according to...

Murphy has 20-point lead on Guadagno, Quinnipiac poll finds

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy now holds a 20-point lead over Republican rival Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno among likely voters, according to a Quinnipiac...

Family Business of the Year Awards honor 16 N.J. firms

This year was the most competitive yet for the New Jersey Family Business of the Year Awards luncheon, which is celebrating its 25th year,...

Marketing company renews lease in Hasbrouck Heights

Specialists Marketing Services has renewed its lease at Heights Plaza in Hasbrouck Heights. The multichannel marketing company has been a tenant since 2008, occupying 10,800...