Six N.J. companies named to America’s Top Corporations for Women Business Enterprises list
Six New Jersey-based companies have been named to the 16th annual list of America's Top Corporations for Women's Business Enterprises, as announced today by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council.
N.J. lobbying expenses dropped in 2014 due to lack of big issues in statehouse
Policy battles over paid sick leave and a quiet front on usually combative law areas such as education — these were some of the factors that determined New Jersey's lobbying expenditures in 2014.
Navigant recommendations for Newark hospitals have history of success in nearby Elizabeth
Gary S. Horan, chief executive of Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth, wasn’t surprised when a new study concluded the Newark region can’t support five hospitals — and that three ought to become outpatient centers.
Louis Berger aviation projects honored in 2014 Airport Service Quality Awards
Three of Louis Berger’s aviation projects were recognized with six Airport Service Quality Awards by The Airports Council International, the Morristown-based engineering and consulting firm announced Thursday.
NJIT N.J. Innovation Institute receives 300K grant from JPMorgan Chase
JPMorgan Chase on Friday announced a $300,000 grant to the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s New Jersey Innovation Institute that will help health care technology entrepreneurs launch new products and services.
Carpet diem CarpetCycle thriving by reusing product most throw away
It's cheaper than taking it to the dump. How many companies say that about their services? At CarpetCycle, it's just part of their sales pitch. And it's working.
Study says CarePoint’s impact on the state can be measured 750M a year
CarePoint Health, which operates three hospitals in Hudson County, on Thursday released its first-ever economic impact study, which projects it will contribute $750 million a year to the New Jersey economy in the four years from 2014 to 2017, as millions of dollars in employee wages and capital investment flow through the state.
PR spending by N.J. companies likely to rise this year, industry survey finds
The public relations industry could get a boost in 2015, if a new survey is any indication, with nearly half of New Jersey's C-suite executives planning to increase their companies' PR spending this year.
Updated New Jersey city one of the hardest working in the U.S., study finds
New York may very well be the city that never sleeps, but a New Jersey-based city on the Hudson is one that never stops.
Little Falls office tower adds four new tenants
The Overlook Corporate Center in Little Falls has a bevy of new tenants, according to commercial real estate firm Colliers International.
Extensive experience makes Melissa Orsen the pick to take over at the EDA
As the woman who defined the Economic Development Authority in her more than two decades as its leader — and the woman who helped design the EDA's current management structure at her departure — it only made sense that board Chairman Al Koeppe would reach out to Caren Franzini when he was vetting a potential candidate for the role.
Michele Brown explains her move from the EDA and what she hopes to accomplish at Choose N.J.
Michele Brown surprised the business community in January when she announced she was leaving her job as the CEO of the Economic Development Authority to head Choose New Jersey.