Honeywell International Inc., to whom New Jersey previously awarded $40 million in tax credits, says it will keep roughly 1,000 jobs in the state following reports Thursday that it would move its global headquarters and up to 800 jobs out of Morris Plains to Charlotte, N.C.
Hoboken-based Newell Brands named Chris Peterson executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective Dec. 3.
Basking Ridge-based bioelectronics medicine company ElectroCore Inc. has announced its expansion to Rockaway in support of increasing patient demand for its gammaCore product.
An agreement between Campbell Soup Co. and investor Third Point LLC has finally been reached after a monthslong battle over the fate of Campbell’s board of directors.
Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann and more than 100 employees gathered Monday in Ewing to celebrate GS1 US’s move to the Princeton South Corporate Center.
Lawmakers unveiled a pair of tax credits aimed at boosting employment for skilled laborers by enticing employer participation in federal-level apprenticeship programs.
Many New Jersey companies lack alternative supply chains, inhibiting their ability to be more flexible, author Lora Cecere told attendees at the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program’s Transportation, Logistics and Distribution Summit Thursday at Middlesex County College.
Auto parts distributor KSI Trading Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Richmond Tidewater Bumper, of Mechanicsville, Va., upping its employee total at the company to about 700.
Consumer goods manufacturer Newell Brands signed definitive agreements to sell two businesses, Pure Fishing and Jostens, it announced Wednesday.
State legislators want to provide a financial boost to the manufacturing training programs in New Jersey, a move proponents argue will help employers fill thousands of skilled labor positions.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology is creating the School of Applied Engineering and Technology within the university’s Newark College of Engineering, it announced Tuesday.
Recent figures from the U.S. Department of Labor indicate unemployment for African-American and Hispanic workers are at record lows — 6.5 percent for blacks, and 4.5 percent for Hispanics/Latinos — as of the third quarter.