North Bergen-based Vitamin Shoppe Inc., a leading multichannel specialty retailer of nutritional products, announced Monday that it has purchased FDC Vitamins LLC for approximately $85 million.
The Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee voted unanimously Thursday to release a bill that would permit manufacturers of zero-emission vehicles to directly buy or sell to consumers and thus uphold the business model of Tesla Motors and allow the maker of electric cars to continue operating in New Jersey.
Arkados Group Inc., a software and hardware design company, announced Thursday it has formed a wholly owned subsidiary, Arkados Energy Solutions LLC.
Little Falls-based Cantel Medical Corp. announced Thursday its net income rose for its third quarter that ended on April 30.
Mercedes-Benz USA, headquartered in Montvale, announced Thursday it has begun construction of a new West Coast facility in Long Beach, Calif.
Parsippany-based Hollister Construction Services, a construction manager specializing in corporate, educational, health care, industrial, retail and residential construction, announced Wednesday the promotions of David Williams to project executive and Thomas Easse to senior project manager.
The U.S. Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin a $914 million contract to improve its operations in space.
Ramsey-based Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. Inc. announced Wednesday that it has acquired Jacksonville, Fla.-based Copytronics Information Systems, a business solutions dealership, to further Konica's reach in Florida.
Jersey City-based Bel Fuse Inc. announced Tuesday that its board of directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend.
Bussel Realty Corp. has leased 20,510 square feet of industrial space to Pepperidge Farm Inc., the real estate services firm announced Monday. That deal means the 125,000-square-foot property at 1764 New Durham Road has 100 percent occupancy.
Neptune-based Sterling Consolidated Corp., a hydraulic and pneumatic seals provider, announced Monday results for its first quarter that ended March 30.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced last week that it has received an additional $167 million in federal funding for post-Superstorm Sandy work on the PATH rail system.