The state Division of Consumer Affairs announced Tuesday its Bureau of Securities settled with Wachovia Securities LLC, Wachovia Capital Markets LLC, Raymond James & Associates Inc. and Raymond James Financial Services Inc. on separate allegations of firms selling...
In a deal worth approximately $39.4 million, A.C. Moore Arts & Crafts Inc. announced Tuesday it has agreed to be acquired by Sbar's Inc. and taken out of public trading. The acquisition will be funded through cash and financing, and is expected to be complete by the end of the year.Read More »
Calling it a major reduction of tension between the Christie administration and the federal government, Martin Robins said the $95 million settlement between the state and the Federal Transportation Administration could restore some cooperation on future projects.
New Jerseyans who are renters feel better off financially than homeowners, according to the latest PublicMind quarterly consumer survey by Fairleigh Dickinson University's Silberman College of Business.
Christ Hospital, in Jersey City, is seeking an expedited state government review of its proposed sale to the California for-profit Prime Healthcare Services in order to close the deal by year's end, while the union for the hospital's nurses is asking the state attorney general not to fast-track the...
An uptick in leasing activityin the Princeton and Route 78 submarkets helped New Jersey record its third straight quarter of positive absorption for office space, marking the first three-quarter string of growth in that sector since 2007, according a new report from Jones Lang LaSalle.
Getting the health care industry up to the "speed of business" has been a slow process for many hospitals, but Kennedy Health System announced today it's taken steps to give its hospital the tools needed to keep pace with their patients' and doctors' needs.