Joseph Federico sets his standards high with his business and his extensive charity work. And he feels both help make a better world for those around him.Read More »
Let's say you drive a foreign car. Maybe it's German, Japanese, South Korean, whatever.
Ever wonder how that import got from Asia or Europe to your driveway in the Garden State?
When Anthony Catanoso first saw the amusement park featured in the Atlantic City Alliance marketing campaign, the president of the famous Steel Pier had only one thought: “Thank God.”Read More »
After first pledging to do so in November, Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop announced Thursday that the city had filed a $400 million lawsuit against the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey over tax discrepancies for properties it owns.Read More »
If the U.S. Supreme Court decides to take up New Jersey’s sports betting case, it will be a sure victory for proponents in the Garden State, State Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) said this week at the annual East Coast Gaming Congress in Atlantic City.Read More »
Gov. Chris Christie announced Tuesday that the state will significantly reduce its scheduled pension payments for the current and upcoming fiscal years in order to help close an $807 million revenue shortfall.Read More »
State officials have pledged $223 million to the long-awaited Luxury Point at Sayreville project — the massive retail and lifestyle complex planned for a 440-acre Brownfield site along the Raritan Bay and Garden State Parkway.Read More »
Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Secaucus) and Assemblyman Patrick Diegnan (D-Middlesex) introduced an eight-bill package Monday aimed at strengthening the state’s career and technical education programs and preparing New Jersey students for trade jobs.Read More »
The Economic Development Authority voted Friday to approve incentives for two Jersey City-based projects involving JP Morgan Chase and RBC Capital Markets.Read More »