The importance of business incentive programs in a changing economy
In an ever-changing economy, business incentive programs are an important tool for any state trying to compete for jobs in a global marketplace. As businesses continue to look for ways to remain competitive and increase their bottom lines, deciding where to locate can make all the difference.
An ounce of prevention Ask and answer the tough questions before closing the deal
After a four-day trial among warring business associates, the judge began his lengthy opinion with the following lament.
Carcich O’Shea opens Hackensack office
Commercial real estate firm Alfred Sanzari Enterprises recently announced it has inked a 2,325-square-foot lease with law firm Carcich O’Shea at Court Plaza South in Hackensack.
Grant Thornton’s N.J. market has new partner-in-charge
The audit, tax and advisory firm Grant Thornton LLP has named a new partner-in-charge of its New Jersey market, and promoted another staff member to a managing director’s role in the Iselin office, it announced Tuesday.
New law renames NJEDA HQ in honor of Caren Franzini
New legislation to rename the New Jersey Economic Development Authority headquarters in Trenton to the “Caren Franzini Memorial Building” was signed into law Monday by Gov. Chris Christie.
Training pays In the wake of several controversial shootings, helping officers better deal with confrontations can not only save lives, it can save departments money
The Camden County Police Department is one of a handful of departments in the country that has been a test site for retraining police officers to take more time to gauge a situation before pulling out a weapon, especially when faced with an unarmed person or one with a mental illness.
The Biber Partnership to relocate in Summit
Commercial real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson recently announced it represented landlord Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper P.C., in the Biber Partnership’s leasing of 2,375 square feet at 480 Morris Ave., Summit.
Lowenstein Sandler opens new office in Roseland
Shortly after upgrading and expanding its Midtown Manhattan office, the law firm Lowenstein Sandler LLP announced it has officially opened its New Jersey office and become the anchor tenant at One Lowenstein Drive, Roseland.
Sanzari announces lease renewals in Hackensack, Teaneck
Commercial real estate firm Alfred Sanzari Enterprises announced eight firms have agreed to lease renewals at Court Plaza South in Hackensack and Glenpointe in Teaneck. The firm said it has seen 40,300 and 20,000 square feet worth of renewals, respectively, at its properties.
Atlantic Health System, city of Summit settle on property tax appeals
Atlantic Health System announced its latest property tax settlement with a municipality after the Summit Common Council voted its unanimous approval Tuesday night.
Updated Supreme Court sides with hospitals over Horizon disclosure
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in favor of three hospitals, which remain in an ongoing court battle against the state's largest health insurer, as they seek access to details of a report that was used in setting the controversial OMNIA health plan and alliance in 2015.
NJBIZ announces Forty Under 40 for 2017
NJBIZ has revealed the 2017 winners of one of its most popular awards: the Forty Under 40. These up-and-coming stars of the New Jersey business community have achieved professional excellence at a young age, representing the future of their industries and the state as a whole.