Liscio's Bakery, a maker of breads, rolls and other baked goods, is expanding in Glassboro, according to real estate firm NAI Mertz.
Small business owners’ optimism on the rise, survey finds, but concerns about health care costs remain
The concerns among small business owners that came with the recession are less pronounced than they were even a couple of months ago, according to the Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index.
Real estate developer Woodmont Industrial Partners announced Thursday that it has sold I-78 Logistics Center in Clinton for $28.1 million.
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Coco Polo, a manufacturer of sugarless chocolates, could have gotten started in 2001.
Changing a ceiling tile is all it takes.
In a hospital, that simple act can release the types of dust and microbes that lead to thousands of construction-related infections and deaths every year.
Charles Komar & Sons, which was offered a $37.2 million incentive by the state to choose a Jersey City location over one in Long Island City, has signed a 17-year lease to relocate from Manhattan to New Jersey and bring nearly 500 jobs with it.
Lockheed Martin's Mission Systems and Training unit, based in Moorestown, has received two modifications to Aegis weapon system contracts, worth a total of $137.6 million.
A New Jersey company is moving 15 jobs to Quincy, Illinois, according to the president of a regional business group.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration is proposing more than $120,000 in penalties for E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. over hazardous chemicals violations at its Chamber Works plant in Deepwater.
Benjamin Moore & Co., a Montvale-based paint company, announced recently that it has appointed Ron Schuller as its chief marketing officer and senior vice president.
I.D. Systems Inc., a Woodcliff Lake-based global provider of wireless machine-to-machine solutions, announced Monday it has received a $500,000 follow-on purchase order from a leading U.S. airline to use its AvRamp vehicle management system on aircraft ground support equipment.