Food & Hospitality

Trucking company to pay $1.25 million in back unemployment and disability contributions for misclassifying drivers

National trucking company Eagle Intermodal Inc. settled its 13-year-old case with the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Tuesday, agreeing to drop its federal lawsuit against the Department and agreeing to pay $1.25 million in back unemployment and disability contributions after misclassifying drivers for more than a decade. A 2006 audit revealed Chicago-based Eagle ...

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Lime unveils new 3.0 scooter in Hoboken fleet

Lime unveiled its new Lime 3.0 scooters Thursday in Hoboken. The new model features upgraded 10″ wheels for improved stability, a mountain bike-inspired front suspension system, multimodal braking, and longer battery life. Since its launch in May, 60,000 Hoboken riders have taken more than 390,000 trips over 376,000 miles, saving 10,500 gallons of gas and 342,000 ...

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Jersey City warehouse to transform into state’s largest movie studio complex

New Jersey’s motion picture and television industry has undergone a dramatic revitalization since the passing of the Garden State Film and Digital Media Jobs Act last year. This enactment, which provides incentivizing tax credits for film and digital media, coupled with the city’s recent influx of production activity and the increasing recognition of Jersey City’s ...

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New Brunswick Performing Arts Center.

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The $172 million New Brunswick Performing Arts Center will be home to the George Street Playhouse, the Crossroads Theater Co. and the American Repertory Ballet while also providing space for Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts. The entire package could bring a vibrant new focus to the city center.

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