A decade ago, Vermont's first-term Republican governor was growing tired of waging war over wages.
“There were always these very large battles around whether or not the minimum wage should go up, and how much,” said Betsy Bishop, who served as chief of staff and economic development commissioner under Gov. Jim Douglas.
NJ Transit will spend more than $1 billion on infrastructure repairs and upgrades this fiscal year, but riders won't see an increase in fares.
Twenty-six companies have been approved for grants totaling up to $1.4 million under a federally funded grant program for small businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy, the New Jersey Economic Authority said today.
Investment sales in northern New Jersey's apartment sector have kept up a brisk pace, but questions over interest rates may start to weigh heavily on traders and brokers.
New York City's 2013 election is shaping up to be something of a redemption-fest, as Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer seek to return to politics after being chased from office by after-hours antics involving Twitter photos and prostitutes, respectively.
Consumers can pick up information about health care reform at Walgreens stores in New Jersey under a joint campaign launched today with Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, part of a nationwide partnership between Blue Cross plans and Walgreens to educate consumers about the Affordable Care Act.
Gaming revenue fell across the board at Atlantic City's 12 casinos last month, regulators said in a report today, as the industry continued its losing streak.
Not long ago, New Jersey's solar market was a gold mine.
The New Jersey Supreme Court today rebuffed Gov. Chris Christie's attempt to eliminate the Council on Affordable Housing.
A total of $3.4 million in federal funds to help enroll uninsured New Jerseyans in health plans was approved today by the Department of Health and Human Services, which is now building the online “marketplace” where insurance companies will soon sell coverage, as per the Affordable Care Act.
A week after Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney (D-West Deptford) said he would end his blockade of Republican bills, his GOP counterpart is calling for swift passage of a number of Republican-sponsored measures, including several of note to the business community.
Legislation to overhaul the state's business and development incentives won't be taken up by lawmakers today, but one of its top backers said he still expects the Senate and Assembly to meet this month to send a bill to Gov. Chris Christie's desk.