Professional services firm Louis Berger announced Tuesday that it has purchased Leidos Engineering LLC's water and waste resource business, expanding its own water practice.
Jules Stern credits his mother and father working hand in hand for more than 50 years in creating the epitome of the authentic American dream: a third-generation, multimillion-dollar U.S. manufacturer that's been operating for more than 75 years.
Supply chain company KMM announced Tuesday that it has been chosen as the logistics services provider for TrueNet Communications.
CCA Industries, Inc., announced Thursday that it has sold its Mega-T weight loss business to a group formed by Casla Partners Capital Fund I, LP.
Not only are the nation's middle-market executives hopeful about potential to raise more capital, but many are on the verge of funneling it into growth and job creation, according to new research.
Watch maker Movado Group, Inc., on Tuesday announced its net income fell slightly in the second quarter of its fiscal 2015 year, while its operating income rose slightly during the same period.
Emerson Radio Corp. on Friday reported that a committee of its board of directors has declared an extraordinary cash dividend.
A Long Island-based bread products maker has inked a 300,000-square-foot lease that will help it move most of its operations to a New Brunswick manufacturing facility.
Manufacturers remain optimistic in the Philadelphia region, which includes southern New Jersey, according to the August survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia that also found that the Federal Affordable Care Act is impacting the region's manufacturing workforce.
Benjamin Moore & Co., the Montvale-based manufacturer of paints and other coatings, announced Monday that it is opening a new 374,725-square-foot distribution center in Oakland, California, in 2015.
Today, tens of thousands of manufacturing positions in New Jersey remain unfilled.
Tomorrow, the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program says nearly half of the chief executives within the state's manufacturing industry will reach retirement age.
Nancy Cantor jokes that she is still “the new kid on the block in Newark,” even if it's been seven months since she took over as chancellor of Rutgers University's campus there.