With Washington, D.C., moving forward with legislation that would allow veterans to use civilian health care providers, New Jersey hospitals are getting ready to step up and help alleviate the scandal of long medical care delays that has engulfed the Department of Veterans Affairs.Read More »
The Assembly voted to pass a bill Monday that would permit zero-emission vehicle manufacturers to directly buy from or sell to consumers, effectively affirming the direct-sales business model practiced by Tesla Motors and allowing the American electric carmaker to continue operating in the state.Read More »
Joined by state Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-Teaneck) and Assemblywoman Pam Lampitt (D-Voorhees), Working Families United for New Jersey launched a new campaign Monday in Trenton intended to help pass a statewide paid sick-leave bill this year.Read More »
Aetna announced Monday that the Lourdes Health System in Camden is its latest New Jersey accountable care organization partnership.Read More »
More than half of New Jerseyans age 40 and older have helped care for a sick or elderly relative that was recently discharged from the hospital, according to a new survey by AARP, which is backing two bills in Trenton to support these volunteer caregivers.Read More »
Watch out, weight gain. New Jerseyans have even bigger fears than expanding waistlines, according to a recent Merrill Edge survey. Being affluent doesn't keep New Jersey residents from having concerns, either, a survey found — and the biggest one is tied to their retirement.Read More »
If you think one of this winter's multiple snowstorms cost restaurant owners a day of revenue, think again.
And try three.
The third-ever Special Olympics USA Games will kick off Sunday, and the connections to the business community have never been stronger.Read More »
A bill that would expand the state's incentive offerings for film and digital media projects has passed the state Senate and is now headed to an Assembly committee.Read More »
Six months after the launch of Internet gambling in New Jersey, another one of the state's entertainment venue operators has partnered with an online gaming company.Read More »
The New Jersey Technology Council has received 41 submissions for its Mobile Apps Forum, which will assemble some of the highest-regarded mobile app developers in the region at Princeton University.Read More »