Continuing its extensive relationship with the government and Army Corps of Engineers, Hill International, of Marlton, was granted a contract to provide nationwide cost engineering services for the Corps.
Health care and higher education form the twin-engine economic vehicle that will lift Southern New Jersey out of its economic slump, said George E. Norcross III, chairman of Camden's Cooper University Hospital, in a speech to the Tri-County Economic Development Summit on Friday.
There was no bigger story in banking this year than the fight over municipal deposits. Once the sole domain of banks, legislation that the governor signed earlier this year has now opened this lucrative realm to credit unions, marking a big victory for them and a setback for bankers.
In response to feedback from the independent senior communities in her company's portfolio, Christiana Foglio has launched a new affiliate to Community Investment Strategies Inc. in a bid to add value to the affordable developments.
The Paramus-based real estate brokerage firm Goldstein Group attributes the continuing decline of retail vacancy rates in New Jersey to the state's strong demographics in its latest survey of the retail landscape.
The Federal Reserve's long-term interest rate reduction has led to the lowest 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rates since 1971, when rates first began being tracked. But a New Jersey real estate expert said not to expect the 4.01 percent rate to cause a major effect on the housing market.
New Jersey retailers are at a competitive disadvantage to out-of-state, online-only sellers, business groups said Thursday in announcing their support for applying sales taxes to all in-state purchases.
New Jersey towns face much higher pension and health care costs than are projected due to poor accounting and reporting practices, according to a study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, in Virginia.