Goya Foods President Bob Unanue has longed talked about his company's commitment to the state of New Jersey. To hear him and others talk Wednesday at the company’s official ribbon-cutting for its new headquarters in Jersey City, it’s clear his commitment goes deeper than that.Read More »
By Wednesday night, you could find workers loading up the trucks at Goya Foods’ vast distribution center in Jersey City, preparing deliveries for many of its 13,000 customers in the region. In other words, it was business as usual. But it was only hours earlier that the sprawling facility was the site of an all-out celebration, complete with...Read More »
The New Jersey State League of Municipalities has named Assistant Director Michael Darcy as the organization's next executive director, according to a Star-Ledger report.Read More »
Morris Plains-based workforce management solutions company Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. said Wednesday that it has completed the acquisition of a Virginia-based government relocation management company.Read More »
Another Choose New Jersey official is headed back to Texas to promote economic development there.Read More »
State Sen. Paul Sarlo (D-Wood-Ridge) said Tuesday that, at least on the Senate side, there's been a deal in place for quite some time that would fund the state's depleted Transportation Trust Fund through a dedicated gas tax increase coupled with a phasing out of the estate tax.Read More »
Upon hearing about Stockton University President Herman J. Saatkamp Jr.'s abrupt departure Tuesday morning, state Sen. Paul Sarlo (D-Wood-Ridge) said he will still seek to have a Stockton official appear before the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee to explain the Galloway-based school's plans to establish a satellite campus at Atlantic...Read More »
After seeing firsthand the massive destruction the magnitude-7.0 earthquake had caused the country of Haiti in March 2010 … after observing just how overwhelmed an already taxed health care system was coping … after trying to figure out just how his hospital in Teaneck could aid a population more than 1,400 miles away, Holy Name...Read More »
Almost three years after being prompted to do so by the Jumpstart Our Business Startups or JOBS Act, the Securities and Exchange Commission — late last month — finally released new regulations guiding a startup's access to capital and an investor's access to investment opportunities.Read More »
John Graham sings the praises of his own insurance company, which he said has grown tremendously since he started it in 1970 with a $9,000 loan from his father-in-law.
But there’s a reason you might want to do the same.
Kevyn Orr will step down from his advisory role on Gov. Chris Christie's appointed Atlantic City emergency management team to rejoin the law firm of Jones Day in Washington, D.C.Read More »
Despite its much-cited woes, the New Jersey business environment doesn't fare too poorly when compared with the rest of the world in some key areas.Read More »