Village Super Market Inc. announced Friday that it has declared a quarterly cash dividend.Read More »
A northern New Jersey commercial furniture manufacturer will pay $123,000 in a settlement and make multiple hazard corrections after an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration.Read More »
Scott Paladini grew up in the bedding industry.
His father, William, was a longtime executive in the sector before starting his own company.
So it only made sense that Paladini would do the same, opening a mattress outlet in Bernardsville in 2012 called Hibernate Bedding.
A global packaging company is closing its Piscataway folding carton facility, leaving 117 workers without jobs, it confirmed Wednesday.Read More »
South Jersey firms in the nonmanufacturing are remaining optimistic about the economy, according to the latest report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.Read More »
A spice business with a plant in Cranbury has been sold by its parent, ConAgra Foods Inc., the Nebraska company announced Tuesday.Read More »
Denholtz Associates is hoping to bring a long-vacant Franklin building back to life after acquiring it and developing a plan for environmental remediation and renovation, the developer announced recently.Read More »
SpeakEasy is a running feature in NJBIZ in which we recap a presentation given by key business leaders around the state at one of New Jersey's many conferences and events. This report is based on a panel between Rutgers University students in supply chain management and industry leaders at the Women in Supply Chain Symposium held at the Rutgers...Read More »
A larger share of seaborne cargo deliveries shifted eastward last year, pushing the Port of New York and New Jersey up one spot to No. 2 in an annual seaport and logistics ranking by CBRE Group.Read More »
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia reported Thursday that there has been weak growth in manufacturing activity in May in the region that includes South Jersey.Read More »