The master of working the room Super lobbyist Dale Florio knows just what to say to the state’s power brokers
Dale Florio's 60th birthday was filled with ceremony. None of it his own. Last month may have marked a milestone for the founder of Princeton Public Affairs Group, but there's no way the state's most prominent lobbyist would miss Gov. Chris Christie's budget address.
Menendez indicted on federal corruption charges, report says
U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez has been indicted on federal corruption charges, according to a report Wednesday afternoon by the Associated Press.
A year later, Jersey City says paid sick leave legislation a success
Pointing to a study tasked with assessing the law's impact on the city's economy in its first year, Jersey City says its paid sick leave ordinance has largely been a success for the city's employers and workers.
U.S. job growth falls short of the 200K mark in March, ADP says
America gained jobs in March, but fell short of the 200,000 mark for the first time in more than a year, according to Roseland-based payroll and human resources company ADP.
Louis Berger selected by Algerian Ministry of Culture for rehabilitation supervision contract
Engineering and consulting firm Louis Berger Group Inc. has been awarded a contract by the Algerian Ministry of Culture to supervise rehabilitation operations at two World Heritage sites in the Algeria.
Bill designating Atlantic City as Urban Enterprise Zone heads to Senate
Legislation that would designate Atlantic City as New Jersey's 33rd Urban Enterprise Zone was passed by the Assembly last week and now awaits Senate consideration.
OSHA cites Dayton companies over exit, training violations
Two Dayton companies were cited by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and face a combined $64,200 in penalties after a pair of investigations found hazards including blocked exits and other issues.
Paranicas Stopping the ‘brain drain’ is key to restarting Jersey economy
Sitting alone at the head of a conference table at the HealthCare Institute of New Jersey's New Brunswick office, CEO and President Dean J. Paranicas underscored a potential threat to the often-touted workforce that makes up the state's strong life sciences industry.
It’s all about making a match
In South Plainfield, municipal leaders have adopted the old adage about throwing everything against the wall and seeing what sticks.
Deaths of John Sheridan, wife ruled murder-suicide
Cooper Health System CEO and President John Sheridan killed his wife, Joyce, and then himself, the Somerset County Prosecutor said Friday in announcing the results of an investigation into the two September 2014 deaths.
New Jersey gains 6,200 jobs in February, but January gains revised sharply downward
New Jersey's total employment rose in February, according to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, but the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.4 percent.
Updated Study commissioned by Horizon says changes in out-of-network rules would cut N.J. residents’ insurance costs
As Trenton tackles the issue of high medical bills that can result when patients get care outside their insurance company network, the state's largest health insurer on Wednesday released a study that concludes New Jerseyans could see lower monthly premiums if the state's current out-of-network regulations are changed.