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Author Archives: NJBIZ STAFF

No. 3: Joaquin Duato

Johnson & Johnson closed out 2021 with $93.8 billion in sales, a $13.6% increase over the prior year. On Jan. 3, 2022, Duato officially took up the helm of New Brunswick-based pharmaceutical giant, responsible for guiding its 135,000 employees. “Given our strong results, financial profile, and innovative pipeline we are well positioned for success in 2022 and beyond,” he said in a statement released along with the company’s fourth quarter and full year results.

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No. 1: Anthony Coscia

After years of fits and starts, federal funding for the Gateway project is finally moving after the passage of the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that was signed into law in November. The package provides $30 billion for Amtrak to make Northeast Corridor improvements and $11 billion in other grants. And a lot of that is thanks to one of Gateway’s biggest advocates: Coscia. Also a partner at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, the Amtrak chairman is vice chair and one of the trustees of the Gateway Development Program Corp.

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Power 100: N – Z

Taneshia Nash Laird Some of the world’s greatest performers have taken the stage at Newark Symphony Hall – the Metropolitan Opera, Aretha Franklin, Miles Davis and the Rolling Stones to name just a few. But the century-old venue in the heart of downtown Newark has seen better days, and as its president and CEO, Nash Laird is in charge of ...

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Feb. 14, 2022 Edition of NJBIZ

This week’s digital issue of NJBIZ features a look at how public officials have taken some concrete steps to shore up domestic manufacturing; candy makers are taking cannabis providers to court over sweet-sounding product names. We also shine our spotlight on cybersecurity and much more!

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Feb. 7, 2022 Edition of NJBIZ

This week’s digital issue of NJBIZ features a look at the real estate market; how state leaders are aiming to deliver on their promises to make New Jersey more affordable; and how policymakers are trying to make changes that would revive the recycling business in the Garden State. We also shine our spotlight on construction and development ... and much more!

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Jan. 31, 2022 Edition of NJBIZ

This week’s digital issue of NJBIZ features a look at how disability advocates are pressing for more workplace inclusion; also, bars and restaurants welcome a new law that allows outdoor drinking of alcoholic beverages. We also shine our spotlight on environment and sustainability, legal disputes over clean energy; a primer on ESG and more!

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Jan. 24, 2022 Edition of NJBIZ

This week’s digital issue of NJBIZ – featuring a look at how Gov. Phil Murphy used his second inaugural address to once again promise unspecified actions aimed at easing the high costs of living and doing business in New Jersey, Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh worked with two nonprofits to bring financial literacy training to his city. We shine our spotlight on the White House, Congress and more!

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Pic Page: Jan. 24, 2022

Featuring JAG-ONE Physical Therapy and Princeton Athletics, JA alumni Kayla Wong at Rutgers University, Michele Byers, Executive Director New Jersey Conservation Foundation (NJCF), Dr. Mount Holly Deputy Mayor Chris Banks, U.S. Rep. Andy Kim, and Councilman Lew Brown.

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