As institutions of higher education become more reliant on alumni contributions, new research from a Princeton University economics professor has found students who receive financial aid in the form of loans and scholarships are less likely to donate to their alma maters, regardless of personal income.
If Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer's proposal to restore an income tax on New Jersey residents who work in New York City comes to pass, employers in the state will have an easier time attracting top talent, employment experts said.
After three months under the leadership of interim President and CEO Thomas Thees, the Visiting Nurses Association Health Group named Dr. Steven Landers the new head of the organization, effective in June.
As they reach the halfway point for creating a comprehensive economic development strategy, the Somerset County Business Partnership and county freeholders are targeting priority growth areas for economic development that align with the strategic plans of the county and state.
Hospitals have worked on their own for years to reduce the number of hospital-acquired infections seen each year, but several institutions that partnered with an insurer and an information technology company have found strength in numbers.
Evan Schwartz, president of Teaneck-based advanced footwear developer Aetrex Worldwide Inc., knows first-hand the stress of attempting to monitor a loved one with Alzheimer's disease. So when Andrew Carle, founding director of the Senior Housing Administration program...
State regulators have launched a program to help New Jersey hotel owners and operators increase energy efficiency and sustainability, allowing the businesses to achieve cost savings and other economic benefits.