Feb 25, 2013

JCPL seeks rate increase as it rebuilds from Sandy

Jersey Central Power & Light, in Morristown, on Friday filed a rate request to recover costs associated with rebuilding its electrical infrastructure following Hurricane Sandy.

Feb 25, 2013

State Street Sandy made helpline of hotline

New Jersey’s Business Action Center thinks of itself as a one-stop shop for the Garden State’s businesses, but when Hurricane Sandy hit, the center became an emergency hotline for many businesses, connecting them with utilities and other vital resources in the immediate aftermath of the storm, and helping with permitting and disaster...

Feb 25, 2013

Hoping tax credit helps angels give startups wings

New Jersey hopes a new tax credit helps it become a hub for high-tech jobs across hot fields like bio-
technology, medical devices and renewable energy.

Feb 25, 2013

Optimism, but restraint, ahead of budget fight

Gov. Chris Christie is known for keeping his cards close to the vest, but as he prepares to give his 2014 budget address, questions are swirling not just about his intentions, but also about whether he's got the fiscal flexibility to make his plans a reality.

Feb 25, 2013

Light at the end of the rail tunnel

After pumping millions of gallons of water from its trans-Hudson rail tunnels, Amtrak was left with more than just miles of damaged equipment in Hurricane Sandy's wake. It was also faced with a new source of urgency for what was already a pressing need — relieving the clogged passages between New Jersey and New York, while upgrading the...

Feb 25, 2013

New homes for residential projects

The idea of overhauling New Jersey's package of business incentives has been widely praised in the business community, but the proposed changes could have a significant impact on how — and where — the state supports residential development.

Feb 22, 2013

Choose N.J. talks up state’s advantages at Canadian event

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and officials from Choose New Jersey are hoping a two-day trip to Montreal translates into improved business relations with the city and Canada.

Feb 22, 2013

SBA’s Belmar office will focus on Sandy loans

The federal Small Business Administration on Thursday announced its disaster recovery center in Belmar is becoming a disaster loan outreach center, effective Monday.

Feb 21, 2013

Senate panel advances Sandy transparency bills

Legislative Democrats are moving to ensure Hurricane Sandy relief money is well spent.

PSEG Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Ralph Izzo
Feb 21, 2013

PSEG’s high-powered upgrade plan has business divided

Public Service Electric & Gas' announcement Wednesday that it hopes to spend some $3.9 billion to upgrade its electric and gas infrastructure over the next 10 years caused quick and passionate responses from various corners of the business community.

Feb 21, 2013

Guadagno assures Canadian tourists Cape May is open for business

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno traveled to Montreal today to assure Canadian tourism officials that despite the damage inflicted by Hurricane Sandy, the Jersey Shore will be open for business this summer.

Feb 20, 2013

Development on long-delated Collingswood project officially restarts

Brad Ingerman had only office space on his mind when he first looked in Collingswood some two years ago, while searching for a new headquarters for his Cherry Hill development firm. But today, he's in charge of completing the borough's LumberYard project, the residential development that had been stalled by the housing downturn and a controversial...