Transportation equipment company TRAC Intermodal will be consolidating its headquarters in Plainsboro with the help of a New Jersey Economic Development Authority grant, according to a published report.Read More »
Saint Peter's Healthcare System and Partners In Care, a major New Jersey physician-owned clinician network and health care management company, on Monday announced that the hospital's 200 physicians and clinicians, including pediatricians, adult primary care doctors and specialists, will join the Partners In Care network.Read More »
Sen. Robert W. Singer (R-Lakewood) announced Monday he's holding off on his planned afternoon introduction of an amended version of his bill, S2220, which aims to encourage more employers to join together to create more affordable, self-insured health plans.Read More »
Finally, New Jersey gets some good economic news.Read More »
HornRock Properties will build an $85 million apartment community in the commuter-oriented redevelopment area in Harrison, the Paramus-based real estate firm announced.Read More »
Memorial Hospital of Salem County’s owner victimized by hackers millions of patients’ information vulnerable
Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals around the U.S., including the Memorial Hospital of Salem County in New Jersey, was victimized by a hacker attack that could leave 4.5 million patients vulnerable to data theft.Read More »
State Sen. Robert W. Singer (R-Lakewood) said he will introduce this week an amended version of his bill that seeks to encourage employers to join together to create affordable, self-insured health plans.Read More »
Spotlight on Construction and Developers Next stop, Journal Square #8212 Area poised for resurgence thanks to private sector investment
The days when Journal Square was Jersey City's commercial hub have long since passed, giving way to three decades of development near the Hudson waterfront.Read More »
Baby boomers grew up with the first generation of family cars — and would be lost without them to this day.
Millennials? They actually prefer their phone.
Today, tens of thousands of manufacturing positions in New Jersey remain unfilled.
Tomorrow, the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program says nearly half of the chief executives within the state's manufacturing industry will reach retirement age.