The fight over affordable housing in New Jersey is far from over.
Under a new bill passed by both the Senate and Assembly Thursday, employers would be limited from conducting criminal background checks on job applicants until after an initial interview has taken place.
As state Sen. Raymond Lesniak puts it, the ball's in Gov. Chris Christie's court.
The state Senate has overwhelmingly passed an alternative bill to bring sports betting to New Jersey casinos and racetracks, following Monday's setback at the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court.
A Democrat-backed, $34.1 billion budget that enables the state to make a full pension payment in the upcoming fiscal year — in part by raising taxes on businesses and millionaires — is now headed to Gov. Chris Christie’s desk.
Brick City Development Corporation has partnered with e-commerce website Etsy to bring the Craft Entrepreneurship program to Newark. The program focuses on helping low-income individuals with artistic skills start their own business.
One of Jersey City’s newest residential towers is open for business, with a focus on integrating luxury apartments with the city’s historic Powerhouse Arts District.
A large coalition of business groups, trade organizations and state legislators took to the Statehouse steps Tuesday in opposition to a budget proposal put forth by Senate and Assembly Democrats that would raise taxes on millionaires and businesses.
When it comes to favorable tax structures for businesses, one New Jersey city is the place to be, according to a study released Tuesday by KPMG International.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office and the Securities and Exchange Commission are now investigating Gov. Chris Christie’s administration for potential securities law violations emanating from the $1.8 billion agreement the administration reached with the Port Authority in 2011 to repair the Pulaski Skyway, according to a new...
New Jersey has opted to delay until 2016 the full implementation of the online SHOP exchange for small businesses with fewer than 50 workers. Under the Affordable Care Act, the SHOP exchange was supposed to start letting these business's employees go to HealthCare.gov in 2015 to select coverage from a wide array of plans offered by multiple...
After New Jersey’s bid to legalize sports betting was rebuffed by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, State Sen. Raymond Lesniak said he’s moving ahead with his contingency plan.