‘Tis the season Consumers can start browsing Obamacare plans in advance of purchase
Consumers can now go online to HealthCare.gov and start “window shopping” for the health insurance plans they'll be able to buy beginning Saturday, when open enrollment kicks off for the second year of Obamacare.
Including Lockheed project, EDA approves 130 million in incentives
Of the $130.8 million in incentive awards approved Monday by the Economic Development Authority, $107 million belong to defense contractor Lockheed Martin. But five other projects also received awards.
EDA approves 107M in incentives for Lockheed Martin project in Camden
The Economic Development Authority voted Monday to approve a 10-year, $107 million Grow New Jersey incentive award for defense contractor Lockheed Martin to create two “fully integrated laboratory facilities” in the existing L-3 Communications building in Camden.
Brogan eager to lift profile of apartment association
David Brogan is no stranger in Trenton.
Having spent the last 17 years there, including the last nine lobbying for the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, Brogan has been a staple of the business community's government affairs operations in New Jersey over the last two decades.
Missile defense components to be made in N.J.
A Virginia defense contractor has an agreement to manufacture missile warning system components at its Clifton facility, it said Monday.
PlanSmart NJ honors Sheridan, others at annual awards dinner
Fred Dohn stepped up to the podium, and he immediately raised a glass.
Not to make a toast, but to offer a simple overview of what his company, ARC International North America, does each day at its factory in Cumberland County.
Booker defeats Bell and other Election Day results
With 96 percent of all precincts reporting late Tuesday night, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker coasted to a 14-percentage point victory over Republican challenger Jeff Bell.
Poll Booker heads into Election Day with double-digit lead
Who’s Jeff Bell? According to a Monmouth University Poll released Monday, some 61 percent of voters say they still don’t know enough about the Republican Senate hopeful’s positions to judge him as a candidate.
Louis Berger selected by Army for 95M power support contract
Engineering and consulting firm Louis Berger Group Inc. has been awarded a $95 million contract to assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburg District, the Morristown-based company announced Tuesday.
Developers Certainty, timeliness of remediation is big plus
If there's one thing developers always want, it's a little extra certainty.
LSRPs are gaining comfort in the process
Mark Pedersen has met plenty of licensed site remediation professionals — and he recalls some saying “they're very nervous about the responsibilities that they have” under a 5-year-old state program aimed at giving them control of environmental cleanups.
Green teams Putting environmental cleanup in the hands of private sector is paying dividends
If you're in Stephen Posten's line of work, this is what you call a success story.