Nautilus in position of strength after surviving industry swings
Nautilus Solar started with some scribbled notes on a half-crumpled Starbucks napkin in Madison.
Solar flare Industry worried expiring tax credit could send it on another downward spiral
History repeating itself — that's what Scott Keller, sales manager at Garden State Solar LLC, pictures.
Audible’s 39.3 million award is one of 10 given out by EDA today
Audible Inc., the Newark-based provider of spoken audio information and entertainment, received approval Friday from the Economic Development Authority for a 10-year, $39.3 million Grow New Jersey award to create a new technology center in the city.
Lawmakers unveil out-of-network health care reform bill
The landmark out-of-network reform bill introduced Thursday by several top Democratic lawmakers sent health care providers and insurers into immediate spin mode, with each side pleading its case on the controversial issue.
Updated Health care leaders offer mixed reaction to out-of-network reform bill
NJBIZ asked leaders in various segments of the health care industry for their reaction to the comprehensive out-of-network reform bill introduced Thursday by state legislators.
The basics of the out-of-network bill
The out-of-network reform bill introduced Thursday covers more than just emergency room out-of-network care; it also covers "inadvertent" out-of-network care, such as when a patient goes to an in-network hospital for a nonemergency procedure and gets care from an out-of-network provider (anesthesiologist, radiologist, pathologist, etc.) who works...
Consumers Union official says patient stories show need for out-of-network bill
Consumers Union, publisher of Consumer Reports magazine, several years ago launched a campaign against the surprise medical bills that patients get from out-of-network health care providers.
Comcast NBCUniversal vows to hire 10,000 military members or partners by 2017
Comcast NBCUniversal said Thursday that it is committed to hiring 10,000 military reservists, veterans and their spouses or partners over the next three years, including efforts in the South Jersey and greater Philadelphia region.
Choose N.J. names EDA exec its new chief economic development officer
Choose New Jersey Inc. has named a new chief economic development officer, replacing Michael Chrobak, who left last month.
Major out-of-network health care reform bill in the works
Lawmakers will introduce a major health care reform measure Thursday that will attempt to regulate and bring transparency to out-of-network charges.
New Jersey gained 3,700 jobs in April, ADP says
New Jersey added 3,700 private sector jobs in April, according to Roseland-based payroll and human resources company ADP.
Grant to encourage manufacturing education approved by Assembly
A bill establishing the “Higher Education Manufacturing Grant Program,” which aims to create or expand programs and curricula in the fields of manufacturing, was recently approved by an Assembly panel.