More than 7 million Americans have purchased health coverage through the online insurance exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act, but the 17 percent of Americans who remain uninsured cite affordability, disagreement with the ACA, lack of knowledge that the ACA requires them to get covered and uncertainty about how to apply, among their top...
A controversial cost-cutting proposal to eliminate overnight PATH service has been indefinitely tabled by Port Authority Chairman John Degnan.
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey announced Tuesday that it has named Jim Cawley its CEO and president, effective Feb. 9.
An Eatontown-based defense contractor has named a permanent CEO and president, it said Tuesday.
Namedropping recent incentive-driven projects involving the likes of Subaru and the Philadelphia 76ers in Camden and Forbes Media in Jersey City, Gov. Chris Christie said in Tuesday's annual State of the State address that the streamlining of incentives under the Economic Opportunity Act has “better targeted them to areas of our state that...
Christie to deliver State of the State amid low poll marks, presidential questions watch live stream
Just days after the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal erupted last January, Gov. Chris Christie entered the Assembly Chambers to deliver his annual State of the State address and announced that “mistakes were clearly made.”
So how exactly did Christopher M. Carr — commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development — lure Mercedes-Benz USA away from its headquarters in Montvale to Atlanta?
Millions of gallons of raw — in some cases, untreated — sewage poured into New Jersey rivers, canals and lakes during Hurricane Sandy.
Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Deborah Gramiccioni announced her plans to step down, effective Feb. 1.
According to the legislative committee formed to investigate the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman’s office has subpoenaed additional documents pertaining to former Port Authority deputy executive director Bill Baroni’s testimony before the committee in 2013.
A Basking Ridge-based law firm announced Wednesday that it has started a public affairs and communications agency, offering services in government affairs, strategic communications and business development.
A unit of Fairview-based Insync Innovations Inc. announced Wednesday that it has acquired Teaneck-based information technology solutions company First Byte Corporation.