Recent Articles from Matthew Fazelpoor
Celsius announces winning Chapter 11 bidder
Fahrenheit LLC will provide the capital, management team and technology to establish and operate a new company.
TD Bank faces class action suit after scrapped First Horizon merger
The complaint alleges that the financial institution made misleading statements and omissions related to the terminated $13.4 billion deal.
Mid Penn Bank completes $43.7M acquisition of Brunswick Bank
The move extends the footprint of the buyer into Middlesex and Monmouth counties.
Benjamin Ross Group announces sale of Bergen manufacturing company
Established in 2002, Freedom Plastics produces custom poly bags.
Treasury hires private equity leader to manage pension funds
Dana Johns was most recently a member of the Private Equity team at the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System.
Sherrill shares select committee experience, economic insights
U.S. Rep. Mikie Sherrill spoke with NJBIZ about a number of issues, including her work in the House of Representatives to address the economic threats posed by the Chinese Communist Party.
New Jersey joins multistate lawsuit over illegal robocalls
The complaint alleges more than 7.5 billion calls were made to telephone numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry between December 2018 and January 2023, including more than 237 million to numbers in the Garden State.
As budget hearings wrap, Senate GOP introduces $4.3B property tax relief bill
The plan to "Give It Back," would appropriate funds for towns and counties to retire or defease local debt or fund capital projects on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Ocean Wind 1 moves closer to construction start
According to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, if all wind turbine generators are approved for installation, the estimated capacity range will be capable of powering up to 504,000 homes each year.
Revenue up, profits down in Q1 gaming numbers
According to New Jersey Casino Control Commission (NJCCC) Chairman James Plousis, the results "show Atlantic City’s operators have successfully grown the size of the market compared to the same period last year as well as compared to pre-pandemic periods."
Choose NJ touts strong Q1, recent congestion pricing ad campaign
The first quarter was highlighted by the opening of a new office in Tel Aviv, the New Jersey Israel Center.
NJDOL set to launch new application portal for working papers
As part of an effort to digitize and streamline the process, an online portal is launching in accordance with a law signed last year by Gov. Phil Murphy