“If each of us spent $100 a year more on local businesses instead of chain stores, it would put an extra $3 million into our economy ... ” says the chalk-written signboard on the Denville sidewalk, imploring consumers to stay local.Read More »
So your town is looking to become a destination.Read More »
If you've ever visited Lambertville, you'd immediately find it hard to imagine the 1-square-mile town of 4,000 households in Hunterdon County as a 19th century factory town.Read More »
The row of windows in Locus Energy's office peer out toward Manhattan.
It grants the company a view of its former home. The firm, which provides a monitoring and analytics platform for solar panels, moved to Hoboken in late 2012, lured by financial incentives offered by the state's Economic Development Authority.
It's still shiny and new, and by all accounts, it should be. Just 2 years old, Revel Casino Hotel cost a hefty $2.4 billion to build. But come next week, the troubled casino resort goes up for auction after declaring bankruptcy for a second time in 15 months.Read More »
Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg (R-Medford) led a roundtable discussion Thursday in Trenton with business leaders from various industries and sectors, seeking feedback on the state’s business climate and future economic prospects.Read More »
Atlantic City-area legislators ask Casino Control Commission to delay Showboat, Trump Plaza closures
Three Atlantic City-area state legislators sent a letter Tuesday to the Casino Control Commission requesting it direct Showboat and Trump Plaza to remain open and delay their anticipated closures by four months.Read More »
A federal appeals court Tuesday dealt a stunning blow to the Affordable Care Act, ruling that the billions of dollars in government subsidies that have enabled millions of Americans to buy health insurance on the federal online marketplace at HealthCare.gov are illegal.Read More »
A new Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind Poll released Tuesday shows that for the second straight month, Gov. Chris Christie has maintained an approval rating of 44 percent. Another 41 percent reported that they disapprove of the job Christie is doing.Read More »