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Too big to fail American Dream worth one more shot

So one of the first awards under the controversial Economic Opportunity Act goes to one of the most controversial projects in recent history. Sounds about right. Triple Five, of course, is the last developer standing that thinks it can reboot Xanadu into American Dream, a shopping and entertainment paradise in the shadow of MetLife Stadium. ...

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IXP moves to expanded Princeton headquarters

According to the announcement, IXP now occupies more than 5,500 square feet at 103 Main Street in Princeton. IXP has added nearly 100 new positions in the last 4 years and by the end of 2013 will have more than 140 employees. Revenues also have increased 50 percent since January 2012. The tenant representatives in ...

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Porzio to do pro bono work with Courage to Connect

According to the announcement, Porzio, a leading firm in the area of Employment and Education Law, will provide pro bono advice through Courage to Connect New Jersey to municipalities that are starting out on the path of consolidation, providing perspective as to what the process will entail.

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Study Affordable Care Act raising health costs for small business

The NFIB found 64 percent reported paying higher insurance premiums per employee in 2013 than they did in 2012. The survey was conducted last summer. The results show the Affordable Care Act is not holding down health insurance costs, the NFIB said. “The law’s authors were primarily focused on increasing insurance coverage and expanding benefits ...

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Law firm Archer Greiner breaks into lobbying business

The governmental and public affairs affiliate was formed to help clients with their strategic planning and to advocate for them at all levels of government, according to the firms’ senior executives. “Governmental and regulatory agencies affect people every day,” Archer & Greiner’s president, Christopher Gibson, said in a statement. “In an increasingly complex world of ...

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