Campus Town developer is crafting car-share program for TCNJ students #8212 even the freshmen
PRC Group, the developer of The College of New Jersey's 11-building Campus Town project, announced it has partnered with Enterprise to create a car-share program for students.
Poll Christie support drops to all-time low in N.J.
As Gov. Chris Christie pivots to the national stage in anticipation of a formal presidential bid, a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Friday shows that just 37 percent of New Jersey voters still have a favorable impression of him.
Court backs A.C. casino in 1.5M dispute over card game
Rule No. 1 of gambling: The house always wins. This time, though, the house won in court.
New life sciences incubator opens on Kean campus
The Institute for Life Science Entrepreneurship announced the launch of its new life sciences incubator located in the state-of-the-art New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics.
Stop stalling and buy Obamacare plan, officials say #8212 deadline is at hand
So far, 222,640 New Jerseyans have enrolled in a 2015 health plan under the Affordable Care Act — and Thursday, government officials urged consumers who need coverage to stop procrastinating, log onto HealthCare.gov, and choose a plan before open enrollment ends at midnight Sunday.
SHI makes flurry of Central Jersey real estate deals, including one with Rutgers
Global IT provider SHI International has sold an office building, acquired another and leased a warehouse in a recent flurry of Central Jersey deals brokered by JLL, the real estate services firm said.
Rutherford developer sells 5M sq. ft. of properties for 820M
Industrial real estate giant Prologis is paying $820 million to acquire more than 5 million square feet in assets from the Morris Cos., the company announced this week.
Rutgers-Newark holding admissions event for unauthorized immigrants
Following up on the controversial Dream Act legislation signed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Rutgers-Newark is hosting a college admissions fair for unauthorized immigrants this weekend.
Best Buy’s new wedding registry will be linked with Fort Lee firm’s universal site
MyRegistry.com — a Fort Lee-based universal gift registry — announced Wednesday its partnership with Best Buy in conjunction with the electronics chain's official launch of a wedding registry.
Valley Hospital coordinating international defibrillator implant trial
Valley Hospital in Ridgewood announced Thursday that it has been chosen to be the U.S. coordinator of an international trial that is comparing the effectiveness of the traditional heart defibrillator implant with a newer model that could reduce the risk of complications.
Top N.J. business leaders heading to Cuba on trade mission trip with N.J. Tech Council
At least a half-dozen top business leaders are scheduled to make a trip to Cuba in April to begin laying the groundwork to do business in Cuba — and bring business to New Jersey, New Jersey Tech Council CEO and President James Barrood announced Thursday morning.
State bolsters payrolls by 2,400 jobs in January
New Jersey added 2,400 jobs in January, slumping from the gains posted in December, according to Roseland-based human resources and payroll company ADP.