QuickChek debuts high-flow diesel for tractor-trailers at newest NJ location
Noting the fuel was “in demand” along this particular stretch of North Jersey highway, QuickChek Divisional Vice President Don Leech said the offering “provides us with another way to meet the needs of the communities we serve.”
NJ’s Some College, No Degree initiative names new partners
ReUp Education will work directly with the 17 higher education institutions in the state to identify, reach and engage ‘stopped-out’ students, as well as provide personalized support for the re-enrollment process.
Bed Bath & Beyond says it will file for bankruptcy if $300M stock offering doesn’t succeed
The struggling home goods retailer also sounded the alarm in January that it was running out of cash as sales dwindled.
$70M in RGGI proceeds to fund NJ’s electric public transportation initiatives
The money will help to reduce the upfront costs of electric trucks, buses and equipment in overburdened communities.
Citius Pharmaceuticals’ spinoff plans advance
The Cranford-based company enlisted Maxim Group LLC to serve as financial advisor to its wholly owned subsidiary, Citius Acquisition Corp. Inc., in connection with the move.
Edible Garden’s Michigan greenhouse progresses toward launch
The Belvidere company said it completed the phase two buildout of its 5-acre expansion and received all necessary certifications for the controlled environment agriculture facility.
William Paterson promotes Chao to lead sales institute
Mike Chao, who joined the university's Cotsakos College of Business in fall 2012, has served as the academic director for the Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales for the past two years.
Looking to get NJ Cannabis Certified? Classes start soon
The 15-hour virtual workforce development program is geared toward those interested in working in the industry or wanting to learn more about the plant.
Cooper Health offers ‘cutting edge’ treatment for heart failure
“Barostim has the capability to help reduce heart failure symptoms and improve quality of life," said Dr. Ketan Gala, clinical cardiologist and medical director of the Advanced Heart Failure Program at Cooper.
Former Murphy aides Kelley, Bryan launch consulting firm
Newark-based Elysian Consulting Group will provide expertise on economic and tax policy, real estate development and finance, corporate strategy, public relations, and political strategy.
Cross River, FinClusive to offer more solutions for the financially underserved
This venture builds on a previous collaboration between the two from earlier this year.
Introducing NJBIZ Connect – Your Guide to New Jersey Businesses
This brand-new digital issue serves as an invaluable business resource, spotlighting companies and organizations from a wide range of industries across New Jersey.