The federal government is guaranteeing $12 million in business loans aimed at spurring development and creating at least 350 new jobs in Newark, an agency announced today.Read More »
At Il Giardino Pizza, in Cranford, it takes four people to keep the eatery up and running. There's Anthony Scuderi, the owner, who's on site roughly 12 hours a day, six days a week. And then there are his three employees — all of whom are from Mexico and willing to work the grueling 12-hour days he said many Americans scoff at.Read More »
A long-awaited bill to revamp New Jersey's business incentives is headed to Gov. Chris Christie's desk — and top lawmakers hope he'll use his conditional veto to settle some of the issues that have stalled the measure in recent months.Read More »
With the Senate scheduled to vote on a bill that would revamp New Jersey's business incentives, its top Assembly sponsor said he is “cautiously optimistic” the measure will move ahead without any new amendments.Read More »
Action on a bill that would revamp New Jersey’s corporate incentive programs is set to resume this week.
Unless it doesn’t.
Redeveloping Harrison has been a test of patience for local officials and more than a half-dozen builders with plans for its tired industrial waterfront. But one of their biggest payoffs became reality today, when the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey broke ground on a new $256 million PATH station in the Hudson County town.Read More »
If you run a business in the life sciences, technology, engineering or chemical sectors, like Sarvesh Dharayan does, the national debate over immigration isn't a matter of border security or a path to citizenship.Read More »
New Jersey lost nearly 12,000 jobs in July amid losses that were spread almost evenly between the private and public sectors, the state Department of Labor reported today.Read More »
With the federal government pumping in huge amounts of money for Sandy rebuilding projects, it's an ideal time for small companies to seek contracts to get a piece of the action.Read More »
State officials today awarded the first tax credit to an investor under a new program aimed at nurturing early-stage technology companies in New Jersey.Read More »
Express Scripts Holdings Co. is seeking a $40 million tax credit for a new pharmaceutical plant in Burlington Township, over the border from the Willingboro facility run by its Medco Health Solutions subsidiary, company and state officials said today.Read More »