As the Legislature works to complete unfinished business from the past year, perhaps no issue has been the focus of as much debate as a proposed revision of how the state's telecom industry is regulated.
As Hess Corp. prepares to spend $650 million building a 625-megawatt natural gas-fueled power plant in Newark, the firm is asking federal regulators to solve a dispute that could save the company $13.5 million. But doing so would require the regional grid operator to approve equipment adjustments that so far,...
When he was working as Stefan Pryor's chief of staff, during the depths of the financial crisis that ravaged real estate, Adam Zipkin got an up-close look at how to break ground on projects in Newark, even when it seemed like the sky was falling.
Garden State engineering firms hope the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's proposed $1.6 billion funding for infrastructure projects will help them refill their pipelines in the years to come.
Following up on a $43 million fund to purchase flood-prone properties in July, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Friday an additional $28 million in funding will come to New Jersey for flood mitigation purchases.
Gov. Chris Christie's nominee for a vacant seat on the Board of Public Utilities would bring to the job years of municipal utility experience and plenty of tough questions for the state's second-largest utility, Jersey Central Power & Light.
Wachovia Bank will pay more than $2 million to municipal bond issuers in New Jersey as restitution in a $58.76 million payment settling claims of alleged bid rigging between the bank — acquired in 2008 by Wells Fargo — and state agencies, municipalities, school districts and nonprofits nationwide.Read More »
Early returns for Cyber Monday indicate another year of record-breaking Internet sales, which means New Jersey and its shops are missing out on even more of the business done by online-only retailers that do not collect sales tax, according to one expert.
Despite the failure of 5-year-old First State Bank, of Cranford, in October, most of New Jersey's newest state-chartered community banks continue to grow, as the latest startups seize marketplace opportunities and benefit from outrage against big banks.
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