CarePoint’s CEO has twin goals Growing the for-profit system and keeping its community healthy
Dennis Kelly this month assumed the new position of chief executive of CarePoint Health, where he's continuing efforts to improve health care delivery to the population served by CarePoint's Hudson County hospitals, while expanding CarePoint's footprint in northern New Jersey.
Major N.J. health system may not have to look far for a new CEO with the ‘right stuff’
The retirement of Atlantic Health CEO Joseph Trunfio has left one of the state's biggest and most important hospital systems looking for a new leader.
NJBIZ Business of the Year Awards finalists announced
The NJBIZ Business of the Year Awards program was created to honor New Jersey's most dynamic businesses and executives who rise above the rest. Here are the finalists.
Add health insurance to your Walmart shopping list
A gallon of milk, a birthday present and a new pair of jeans. And, oh, yeah, I need some health insurance for my family, too.
Judge approves Revel’s 110M sale to Canadian company
A bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of the shuttered Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City to a Canadian asset management firm for $110 million.
Cooper CEO Sheridan, wife remembered at Trenton memorial service
Four current and former governors of New Jersey came together to honor John and Joyce Sheridan at a memorial service Tuesday in Trenton.
WCRE says South Jersey commercial real estate is on the upswing
The commercial real estate market in South Jersey appears to be shifting into growth mode, according to brokerage firm Wolf Commercial Real Estate.
Vonage names Google exec its new CEO
Holmdel-based Vonage Holdings Corp. announced Tuesday that former Google, Inc., executive Alan Masarek will take over as chief executive officer, effective Nov. 6. Masarek succeeds Marc Lefar, who is retiring from the CEO post and the board of directors.
Sweeney Unions should manage their own pensions
Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-West Deptford) is offering a new solution to one part of the pension problem: Allow unions to manage their own public worker pensions.
Jersey City to get 10 million up front, 250,000 annually under settlement for waste transfer station
A company will pay Jersey City $10 million up front and $250,000 annually to operate a solid waste transfer station at a waterfront rail yard, city officials said Monday.
Trump name will come off the Plaza in A.C., report says
Workers on Monday were to begin removing the Trump name from the outside of the defunct Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City, according to a published report.
Pru Center formally announces restaurant lineup
The Prudential Center and partner Legends Hospitality on Monday formally unveiled the Newark arena's new lineup of restaurants, which will debut Saturday, Oct. 18, in time for the New Jersey Devils' regular season home opener.