Revenues generated from Atlantic City's parking fee fell during the second quarter of this year, according to a report released Tuesday by Stockton University's Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism.Read More »
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno was on a roll, exhorting the audience at the NJBIZ Best 50 Women in Business event in Somerset earlier this year.
Pay equity was just one issue for women in business. The increased accessibility of “affordable, reliable, quality day care” was another.
Carolyn Powell's husband used to be a stay-at-home father to her twin boys.Read More »
Game changers New rules, stakeholders, technology and social media are impacting the way the lobby industry conducts its business
When Lorenzo's Steak House, a storied restaurant serving steak, lobster and other expensive meals a short walk away from Trenton's State House, closed five years ago, it marked an end of an era in the state's lobbying sector.Read More »
The New Jersey Institute of Technology hosted a TEDx event at the school's Jim Wise Theater on Wednesday.Read More »
Bonnie Bassler, Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology and chair of Princeton University's Department of Molecular Biology, received the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's second annual Alice H. Parker Women Leaders in Innovation Award on Thursday at a reception held at the National Conference Center in East Windsor.Read More »
Rutgers University President Robert Barchi announced in an interview with NJ Advance Media that he plans to stay in office beyond the informal five-year commitment he made in 2012.Read More »
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey announced its partnership with University Hospital in Newark that results in an expansion of cancer services in Essex County.Read More »