Speculative development driving industrial real estate projects
As demand from large users continues to swell, speculative development is dominating New Jersey's construction pipeline for industrial space.
Cooper’s MD Anderson center to use Apple Watch to track breast cancer patients’ health, help them with treatment
The MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden and behavioral health technology company Polaris Health Directions are partnering on a pilot project in which breast cancer patients will use the Apple Watch to gather real-time patient health data with the goal of improving the outcome of their cancer treatment.
Janssen expands collaboration with Rutgers with 6M in funding
Janssen Supply Chain has augmented its strategic partnership with the Rutgers University School of Engineering by providing more than $6 million. The money will go towards expanding research efforts that support the company's search for pharmaceutical manufacturing techniques.
300 Lighting Way gets three new tenants
The Rugby Realty building at 300 Lighting Way in Secaucus has three new tenants, according to real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, plus one familiar face has renewed its lease.
Cancer-drug maker moves HQ to Iselin
Helsinn Therapeutics Inc., a pharmaceutical company specializing in cancer treatments, has moved its U.S. headquarters to Iselin, according to Transwestern.
Irish drugmaker paying 8B for Woodcliff Lake-based Par
Irish drugmaker Endo International plc, which lost a $15 billion-plus bidding war to Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. in March, will pay more than $8 billion for Woodcliff Lake-based Par Pharmaceutical Holdings Inc., the companies announced Monday.
Clothing retailer Ascena to pay 2B for rival ANN
Mahwah-based Ascena Retail Group Inc. said Monday it will acquire fellow women's clothing company ANN Inc. in a deal reportedly worth about $2 billion.
Post Foods to shutter Parsippany HQ as part of parent’s consolidation 200 jobs affected nationwide
Post Holdings Inc., the parent of the Post cereal brand, is closing its Parsippany facility as part of a companywide consolidation, affecting 200 employees nationwide, including in New Jersey.
A paint tax could be coming to N.J.
New Jersey residents may be surprised to learn why the price of paint may soon be increasing.
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