SobelCo now part of national accounting firm
Even after the merger with Minneapolis-based CLA, the company's more than 200 employees will continue to serve clients from their offices in Livingston and Woodcliff Lake.
Business leaders grow concerned about internal cybersecurity breaches
A new survey from EisnerAmper finds that many believe the next incident will come from the inside. Even still, just half of respondents said they are conducting training on a regular basis.
Cenlar taps Daras as CEO and president
James Daras' history with the Ewing-based mortgage loan subservicer and federally chartered wholesale bank dates back to 1985.
MikeWorldWide adds Freehold PR firm to its team
Founded in 1992, the technology-focused MRB Public Relations Inc. grew 174% in 2022, according to the buyer.
NJBankers forum helps industry leaders tackle economic challenges
The event in Somerset featured discussions on topics such as monetary policy, geopolitics, the future of work, climate change, supporting community and economic growth in the Garden State, and the evolving cyber threat landscape.
Judge orders delay of Republic First Bank shareholder meeting
Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Ramy Djerassi issued an order putting off the event until May 31 while he works through an injunction that was filed in November by an activist investor group led by George Norcross, Philip Norcross and Greg Braca.
Division of Investment appoints two deputy directors
Lisa Walker comes to the Treasury from the private sector, while William Connors was elevated from his role as head of fixed income.
NJBankers Annual Economic Leadership Forum returns in-person
Patrick Harker, president, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia made some particularly noteworthy comments as he laid out the perspective from the Fed about the economy in general and trends here in New Jersey, as well as national issues.
New year means new tax code tweaks
We spoke with some experts to find out what they are and how business owners can prepare.
State law changes affect partnerships, S corporations
These adjustments could have a significant impact on New Jersey resident and nonresident taxpayers who have investments in businesses.
A growing company should review its structure, experts advise
Setting up a new venture as, say, a sole proprietorship, may have made sense initially — but as a successful company grows, an outdated business structure could mean unnecessary tax and other costs.
Roche Miseo Barchetto CPA team joins Smolin Lupin
As part of the merger, the RMB staff is relocating to the firm's Fairfield office.