Law

Accelerators key to tech startups, but scarce in N.J.

“We just didn’t have the track record or scale to qualify for a line of credit from a bank,” De Clercq said. “There was a problem in this market that was not being addressed if I couldn’t get financing for a $1 million business.” When he saw his sister raise $20,000 for a ground-level business ...

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New arrival may shuffle online poker landscape

That’s according to recent polling data cited by William Pascrell III, a lobbyist for Princeton Public Affairs Group — and it’s not lost on operators who have set up shop in the state. “That’s something that I think the industry has been grappling with,” Pascrell said. But that could change in a big way, he ...

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Call for AG to investigate Horizon OMNIA plan

Sen. Nia Gill, chair of the Senate Commerce committee, grilled first the Horizon officials and then the Department of Banking and Insurance officials about technicalities in the alliance and product plan. “We know a lot more now than we did when walked in,” said Gill (D-Montclair), adding that she wanted the AG to investigate antitrust ...

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Stockton board OKs sale of Showboat

Stockton University's board of trustees voted Wednesday to sell the former Showboat Hotel Casino property in Atlantic City, though school officials declined to disclose the buyer and sale price until the end of a due diligence period.

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