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.
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.
Ralph Zucker’s patience has paid off for the second time in a week, now that local officials in Aberdeen have approved plans to redevelop the site of a former glass factory.
Health insurer AmeriHealth New Jersey is entering the “defined contribution” health plan market, where employers give their workers a set amount of money — a defined contribution — that employees then use to shop for their own health coverage on AmeriHealth's new private exchange, MyAHNJ.
New Jersey has 5 million square feet of industrial space under construction — and more than half of it is being driven by state incentive programs, according to new research from the brokerage firm Jones Lang LaSalle.
The state-run development agency for Atlantic City has brought in a longtime South Jersey planning expert to help guide nongaming investment in the resort town.
New Jersey has a war chest of $260 million for grants and $100 million for loans for businesses hurt by Sandy — and officials in Trenton are eager to see more applications flow in, so they can put that money to work boosting the state's economy.
Construction is underway at a new campus for the New Brunswick Theological Seminary, kicking off a broader $300 million redevelopment project that's aimed at redefining Rutgers University's footprint in the city.
Small businesses and individuals shopping for government-subsidized health plans on New Jersey’s exchange will learn the details — and pricing — for those new plans and their prices in mid-September, according to the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services of the federal Department of Health and Human Services.
A bipartisan coalition of New Jersey's congressional delegation is introducing a bill to promote smart grids — an effort they say would limit damage storms like Hurricane Sandy can wreak on the state's energy system.
Local officials in Holmdel have cleared the path for Somerset Development to reincarnate the massive Bell Labs research campus there, following seven years of discussions over one of the state's most high-profile vacant office sites.
The Livingston-based Briad Restaurant Group has agreed to pay a $500,000 fine and will not contest charges that some of its restaurants substituted off-brands of liquor for customers ordering top-shelf alcohol, the state announced today.