Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services reveals first star ratings for home health agencies
For the first time, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has given star ratings to the home health agencies that it lists on its public information website, enabling consumers to evaluate the quality of their performance at a glance. In New Jersey, 48 providers received scores on a five-star scale.
Barnabas Health CEO Ostrowsky speaks on tax ruling #8212 and his thoughts may be surprising
Like all hospital executives, Barnabas Health CEO and President Barry H. Ostrowsky viewed the recent tax court decision that could stick Morristown Medical Center with a $2.5 million tax bill with a discerning eye. His reaction, however, may be surprising.
Christie losing ground among 2016 GOP presidential pack in new poll
According to a new Monmouth University Poll released Monday, Gov. Chris Christie, despite formally announcing his candidacy last month, continues to lose ground as he seeks the Republican Party's nomination for president.
Creating the ultimate database for N.J. exporters
Ben Steltzer knows what it means to roll up one’s sleeves and make things happen in the Garden State — with or without support from others.
Real estate investors wary of tax changes say limiting Section 1031 would slow down sector
“What is your favorite section of the Internal Revenue Code?”
NJ 2-1-1 gets 124K in donations from IBM
NJ 2-1-1 Partnership has received a grant of new DF15 H03 servers from the IBM Corporation. These servers will allow the partnership to consolidate applications from old servers onto virtual servers and help NJ 2-1-1 continue to provide valuable services for people in search of health and human service needs in New Jersey.
AeroFarms breaks ground for Newark headquarters, vertical farm
AeroFarms might have its roots in central New York, but the venture is no stranger to the Garden State.
Safety services company hires controller
Princeton-based public safety and emergency response provider IXP Corporation has named a new controller, bolstering its financial management team.
Updated JP Morgan approved for 187M more in incentives to grow Jersey City presence
JP Morgan Chase may seek to increase its growing presence in Jersey City after the Economic Development Authority voted Thursday to approve a 10-year, $187.7 million Grow New Jersey award for the company to expand its technology and operations hub in the city.
Caren Franzini, the longtime head of the EDA, has transitioned to the private sector quite well
Caren Franzini had picked a rather fitting milestone on which to leave her more than 20-year career with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. "I had made up my mind that I would leave the EDA when my daughter graduated college," Franzini said. "I was going to move on, too."
Novartis gets early approval for heart failure drug, a potential blockbuster
Novartis officials were hoping the FDA would give approval for what they hope will be a blockbuster drug for heart failure by the end of the summer. On Tuesday, they got even better news.
State added another 5,900 jobs in June, ADP says
New Jersey gained private-sector jobs in June, according to the latest report from Roseland-based payroll and human resources company ADP, but only a handful.