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Book of Lists 2023
All of the NJBIZ Lists that you look forward to throughout the year – yes, including all the Power Lists – can be found in this special feature. Find out who's No. 1 in New Jersey business in this year's publication.
Book of Lists 2022
Power lists? The Top 250 Privately Owned Companies? Yep, they're both in here, along with all the rest of our NJBIZ Lists that are updated throughout the year. Find out who's No. 1 in New Jersey business in this year's publication.
When the House Ways and Means Committee released proposed legislation on Sept. 13, a frenzy of tax planning uncertainty ensued.
Toward greater awareness
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, fewer people with disabilities in the U.S. were employed in 2020, with a total employment rate of 17.9%, down from 19.3% in 2019. Globally, the pandemic has increased the unemployment rate among people with disabilities to 12.6%, the highest rate in seven years.
Local officials have drawn up plans to tear down the retired 20,000-seat Meadowlands Arena and replace it with a new 460,000 square-foot space that would host conventions, trade shows and conferences, as well as children’s and amateur sporting events and graduations, among other events.
‘My dream came true’
Cesar Cardenas started washing dishes at Rumson’s Salt Creek Grille at age 18 in 2001, months after arriving to New Jersey from Ecuador. This year, 20 years later, he became executive chef.
Over the course of a typical weekend, tens of thousands of guests descend upon Atlantic City, with its nine casino hotels and varied restaurant, retail and hospitality offerings. That’s a problem this year: Although the delta variant outbreaks of the late summer and early fall have begun to trail off, public health officials are nonetheless warning of COVID-19 spikes from holiday gatherings, and[...]
Oct. 25, 2021 Edition of NJBIZ
This week’s digital issue of NJBIZ, we shine our spotlight on Engineering and more!
Everyone is feeling supply and cost issues amid the pandemic. From the shelves at the grocery store not being stocked with items that have always been available to the cost at checkout, the impact on the consumer is unarguably at an all-time high.
Weina Meng, an assistant professor of civil engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology, is developing a new, low-cost ultra-high-performance concrete for the New Jersey Department of Transportation that would be used to rehabilitate bridges.
Video replay: NJBIZ 2021 Leaders in Finance Recognition Program
Couldn't celebrate this year's NJBIZ 2021 Leaders in Finance event with us on March 25? Click through to watch the virtual awards ceremony.
NJBIZ’s most-read stories of 2020 (slideshow)
Before we head into 2021 - let's take a look back at what ranked highest with you, the readers, over the past 12 months.