A Main Street retail group opposing the Gov. Chris Christie administration's call for bids to privatize state lottery operations hopes an upcoming Assembly committee hearing will open discourse with the governor's office on the effect such a contract would have on small businesses.
A package of business-related bills passed the state Assembly today, but all eyes are on the effort to raise the state’s minimum wage and tie future increases to inflation, which is now on its way to Gov. Chris Christie’s desk.
The Democrat-led effort to raise the state's minimum wage and permanently index the rate to the consumer price index likely took a major step forward today, with the state Senate approving two versions of the bill.
A health care provider group is looking to repeat history by delaying in court the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance's new regulations to widen the net of medical procedures subject to reimbursement limits under personal-injury protection, or PIP, set to take effect Jan. 4.
Lawmakers and an environmental group today said New Jersey stands to make significant environmental and economic gains from the development of offshore wind, but only if state and federal officials act soon.
Gov. Chris Christie today named Marc Ferzan, a managing director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, to a cabinet-level position from which he will direct recovery efforts as the state looks to rebound from Hurricane Sandy.
A Wyckoff grocery store that’s been the scene of a pitched battle for more than two years got approval from the town planning board, but a lawyer says the project’s opponents aren’t going away.
Four decades of New Jersey television history could soon be preserved for decades to come, thanks to new funding from a New Jersey nonprofit foundation.
The annual trip to the capital will feature panel discussions on rebuilding business in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
BCT Partners got its first contract by default, when the winner was declared ineligible. Since then, it’s been on a roll.
New Jersey's business groups are boosting their efforts to stop a bill that would increase the state minimum wage to $8.50 an hour and link annual adjustments to the Consumer Price Index.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority will take a more scientific approach in calculating the maximum internal rate of return for projects seeking assistance under the Economic Redevelopment Growth grant program.