Despite the failure of 5-year-old First State Bank, of Cranford, in October, most of New Jersey's newest state-chartered community banks continue to grow, as the latest startups seize marketplace opportunities and benefit from outrage against big banks.
Rutgers University football has been whipsawed in recent years, as its goal to become a national power is countered by increasing pressure on state funding. But a group of statewide business leaders — including the university's former athletic director — are advancing a plan to provide supplemental funding to support the...
Hackensack University Medical Center’s application to reopen Pascack Valley Hospital as a full-service hospital was approved by the State Health Planning Board, clearing a key hurdle to the facility’s reopening.
Despite a slight increase in operating margins, 30 percent of New Jersey's hospitals posted operating losses for 2010, according to the 2011 Financial Status of New Jersey Hospitals report, released Monday by the New Jersey Hospital Association.
The loss of revenue for the state and the loss of competition for retailers in New Jersey "compounds daily," said New Jersey Retail Merchants Association president John Holub, because of online retailers that avoid the 7 percent sales tax.