Alex Cable — founder of Thorlabs, a leading photonics manufacturer in Newton — said his company is planning to add 400 jobs over the next few years, averaging 100 jobs per year, according to the New Jersey Herald.Read More »
Campbell Soup Company said Thursday its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings rose slightly from the last quarter of 2014, and the results edged past Wall Street estimates.Read More »
Parsippany-based food manufacturer B&G Foods Inc. is buying the well-known Green Giant frozen and canned food brand from General Mills Inc. for approximately $765 million in cash, the company announced Thursday.Read More »
Kevin McCabe is president of the The Carpenter Contractor Trust of New York and New Jersey. He’s been with the union since 2005 is a former commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.Read More »
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TOP 100 NFI feels diversifying its services will help already successful family company dramatically increase results
In today's globalized economy, there's always something to be said for a family-run company.
There's even more to be said when that company has been in business for more than 80 years, spanning three generations, and is still growing strong under the same family name.
As CEO of one of the largest hose manufacturers in the country, Miguel Nistal wants to make his message clear.
“Water is our most precious resource and is especially scarce in today's world,” Nistal said. “Whether you live in the
Northeast or the Southwest, you're affected by water and the need to use less of it.”
TOP 100 Preferred Freezer Services’ rapid expansion came from solid business instincts right from the start
John Galiher was working as an engineer in the refrigeration industry in Boston when he learned about cold storage warehousing.
“I liked the fact that the industry had a real estate piece and was so connected with the food industry,” Galiher said. “People were always going to need to eat — it was recession-proof.”
TOP 100 D’Artagnan insistence on strict standards helping to make it a leading distributor of top-quality meats
Thirty years ago, Ariane Daguin's perfect career opportunity walked into her place of work.
“I was studying political science at Barnard College and working for a pate company,” Daguin said. “One day, some farmers came in with some ducks they were raising for foie gras.