Recent Articles from Jeffrey Kanige
The company built its business by buying the biggest brands in chairs, desks and other office furniture from closing or downsizing companies, refurbishing the items, then selling them at deep discounts to other businesses.
Women still face obstacles in pay equity and career development in the corporate world but there are ways to overcome those hurdles, according to panelists convened by NJBIZ to discuss some of those critical issues and others raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.
OceanFirst Financial was busy over the last few months of 2021, which gives CEO Christopher Maher an excellent perch from which to assess the state and national economies. NJBIZ recently spoke with Maher about the bank’s performance and his outlook for 2022.
Chez Eider, senior associate of investment sales in the firm's New Jersey office, and Andrew Townsend, vice president of investments in its Philadelphia office, had the exclusive listing to market the property on behalf of the seller, Pine View Equity Group LLC.
The structure offers heavy power, tailgate and drive-in doors for loading, 31 parking spaces and a 6,000-square-foot second floor.
The Matrix New World Engineering executives discuss the firm's work on the Wind Port, the priorities for infrastructure and the importance of sustainability and resilience.
The state has logged more than 6,000 daily cases for the past two consecutive days, the highest number since January
“During COVID’s peak in New Jersey in the spring of 2020, EMS teams throughout the state shared anecdotal reports of individuals who waited too long to seek care for life-threatening conditions,” said Cathy Bennett, the NJHA's chief executive officer. “Sadly, this data indicates that those reports were not isolated and, in fact, may be counted among COVID’s terrible impact on N.J. reside[...]
The performance could be one of the industry's best since the Great Recession at a time when its leaders are seeking tax relief that they argue is vital to stave off future closures.