At real estate conference, Fox touts ties between public transit, redevelopment success
As he stood before hundreds of top developers and real estate professionals on Friday, Jamie Fox said he wouldn't presume to tell them how to properly execute an urban redevelopment project.
Bridgegate Baroni, Kelly latest to be indicted after Wildstein guilty plea
Bill Baroni, the former Port Authority deputy executive director, and Bridget Kelly, the former deputy chief of staff to Gov. Chris Christie, each face a nine-count federal indictment regarding their alleged roles in planning and executing politically motivated lane closures at the George Washington Bridge in September 2013.
Siemens opens expansion at Flanders facility
Executives of Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics and Siemens Real Estate were joined by Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno for the ribbon-cutting on an expansion of their Flanders facility on Friday.
Updated Wildstein pleads guilty in Bridgegate case
Former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey appointee David Wildstein pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy connected the Bridgegate scandal Friday in federal court in Newark.
Wildstein to reportedly plead guilty Friday in federal court in Newark
David Wildstein, a former Gov. Chris Christie appointee at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, will reportedly plead guilty on Friday in federal court in Newark on charges related to the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal.
Uber to open Hoboken office next month
According to Uber spokesman Matt Wing, the ride-sharing company at the center of an ongoing New Jersey legislative battle will open an office in Hoboken sometime next month.
Stockton’s acting president aims to ‘get out from under’ Showboat deal
Stockton University acting President Harvey Kesselman appeared before the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee on Thursday to discuss predecessor Herman J. Saatkamp Jr.'s recent purchase and sale of the shuttered Showboat casino, where the Galloway school had hoped to establish an Atlantic City satellite campus.
Class of 2015 should find ‘welcoming’ job market, outplacement firm says
The more than 1.8 million students graduating from college in the U.S. this year will find “welcoming conditions” in the entry-level job market upon their commencement, according to a forecast from outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Christie takes jab at tax-credit critics at Goya opening
Gov. Chris Christie took aim at those criticizing the multimillion-dollar tax credit Goya Foods received from the state while he spoke at the official ribbon-cutting ceremony of the company's new headquarters in Jersey City on Wednesday.
Goya proving to be perfect corporate citizen for Jersey City
Goya Foods President Bob Unanue has longed talked about his company's commitment to the state of New Jersey. To hear him and others talk Wednesday at the company’s official ribbon-cutting for its new headquarters in Jersey City, it’s clear his commitment goes deeper than that.
Goya celebrates new Jersey City HQ #8212 and staying in New Jersey
By Wednesday night, you could find workers loading up the trucks at Goya Foods’ vast distribution center in Jersey City, preparing deliveries for many of its 13,000 customers in the region. In other words, it was business as usual. But it was only hours earlier that the sprawling facility was the site of an all-out celebration, complete with...
N.J. League of Municipalities reportedly names new executive director
The New Jersey State League of Municipalities has named Assistant Director Michael Darcy as the organization's next executive director, according to a Star-Ledger report.