Recent Articles from Matthew Fazelpoor
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, New Jersey Business & Industry Association and New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program have all come out in support of the measure, highlighting the role of education plays in building the next generation workforce.
“Our complaint alleges that the mayor was committing criminal acts for many years to enable his company to offer services it was not authorized or permitted to perform,” said Thomas Eicher, executive director of the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability.
According to prosecutors, Joseph Cammarata and two conspirators, principals of an Old Bridge claims aggregator firm, used the company to make false claims on the proceeds of securities fraud class action settlements and SEC enforcement actions.
A new website centralizes information for the state's higher education learners on non-tuition costs, including housing, food, transportation, child care and more, while also providing an overview of eligibility and the processes for seeking assistance.
The updates coincide with the launch of an instructional video from the State Office of Innovation and InnovateUS that aims to explain how the tech can be incorporated responsibly into day-to-day job functions.
The two projects were projected to create a combined capacity of 2,200 megawatts and to power up to 1 million homes while creating thousands of jobs.
President Joe Biden's executive order aimed at better securing and safeguarding against artificial intelligence marks the latest high-profile example of just how fast the technology is working its way into our daily lives.
City officials say the free event will offer local businesses the opportunity to tell their story – what they make, what they sell and why they chose Asbury Park.
“These programs were designed to help Americans struggling through the pandemic," said U.S. Attorney Philip Sellinger. "Our office will combat this type of fraud whenever we encounter it.”