The embattled operator of Trump Taj Mahal has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, with billionaire investor Carl Icahn assuming full control of the Atlantic City casino company.
Jersey City will become the first municipality in New Jersey to raise its local minimum wage for city employees to $15 per hour.
Gov. Chris Christie announced Monday that Robert Lougy, currently serving as the state's first assistant attorney general, has been appointed to succeed outgoing acting Attorney General John Hoffman.
Quest Diagnostics, a Madison-based provider of diagnostic information services, announced Monday that it has completed its acquisition of the laboratory services business of Clinical Laboratory Partners, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hartford HealthCare.
Broadening their horizons Developers find success by stretching the boundaries of traditional submarkets
It was nearly a decade ago when The Hampshire Cos. looked at western Carteret and saw what many other developers had not yet seen: the potential to capture a larger share of New Jersey's busy warehousing and distribution market.
A white hot leasing market has reignited speculative construction among New Jersey's industrial developers. Here are the state's biggest spec projects, according to research provided by the real estate services firm JLL.
Building better Despite surging demand for industrial space, new development coming at a measured pace
Even for a market that has been burned by overbuilding in the past, it was only a matter of time before New Jersey's industrial developers refocused and returned to what they do best: building.
Jet.com, a Hoboken-based online retailer, has seen rapid growth since it officially launched in July 2015.
Treetop Development LLC announced it has lease an additional 4,300 square feet at the Glenpoint Centre West in Teaneck.
By the time this publishes, we have to hope that Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian will have walked back the comments he made comparing New Jersey's rescue of his city to a takeover by a fascist dictatorship.
Triple Play is a weekly NJBIZ feature that asks top executives in New Jersey to talk about three things related to their industry.
On the list this week: Rutgers scholarships and Johnson & Johnson lawsuit