Seventy-five emerging technology and biotech businesses will share a $60 million allocation from New Jersey's Technology Business Tax Certificate Transfer program, an increase of $30 million from last year's budgeted amount.
When Atlantic Golf Management took over operations of Spring Meadow Golf Course from the state in April, it was committed to paying the state 15 percent of the revenue it received exceeding $1 million per year.
New Jersey businesses deciding whether to locate or invest in the state now have additional factors to consider, as the state’s Economic Development Authority made changes to two highly sought-after incentive programs last week.
Chris Christie's nomination of Robert M. Hanna to succeed Lee Solomon as president of the Board of Public Utilities came as no surprise to a former co-worker of Hanna's while he was handling white-collar criminal cases at Gibbons P.C., in Newark. Read More »
New Jersey is leading the nation in working towards providing security information across multiple municipal and state agencies, according to Kevin Myren, director of state and local government for the north east region with ADT.
Speculation that pension rules prompted Lee Solomon to step down as president of the Board of Public Utilities appears to have credibility, according to an NJBIZ review of judicial retirement guidelines.
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