Editorial Use caution with public-private partnerships
Public-private partnerships are an excellent way to tackle large-scale problems and development opportunities that otherwise require an insurmountable amount of resources. And they can be an open invitation to financial ruin when they're not structured correctly. That's the reminder we got after hearing about the financial fallout of a tri-county...
Close Up Lindsay Rosenberg, the general manager of Camden Riversharks Professional Baseball Club
Goals: Continue to bring affordable family entertainment to South Jersey and providing a great show for our fans each and every game.
CarePoint Health to provide supplemental specialty care to veterans, service members
CarePoint Health, which operates three hospitals in Hudson County, announced Friday that it will now offer care to area veterans, uniformed service members and their families through an innovative program that allows private-sector health care providers to supplement the federal government's veterans and military health benefits.
Christie reportedly losing N.J. donors to Bush
On Thursday night in his keynote address at the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce’s annual Walk to Washington dinner in Washington, D.C., Gov. Chris Christie largely steered clear of any mention of a possible presidential bid in the near future.
N.J.’s SBDCs helped more than 5K small businesses in 2014, it says
More than 5,200 small business owners received counseling in 2014 from the funding-constrained New Jersey branches of the Small Business Development Centers network, according to statistics released by the organization Thursday.
IDT has deal in place for direct U.S.-Cuba phone service
As the U.S. enters a new stage of its relations with Cuba, international telecommunications company IDT Corporation is preparing to — potentially — smooth the path.
Updated Government offers extra Obamacare enrollment period for those getting penalized for 2014
If you don't have health insurance and are getting hit with a penalty as you file your tax return for 2014, the government announced Friday that it will reopen the Obamacare enrollment window for you from March 15 through April 30.
Christie draws on Mercedes departure in Chamber speech on N.J. business climate
If there is a silver lining to Mercedes-Benz USA's announcement last month that it plans to leave its longtime corporate home in Bergen County for Atlanta in a few years, Gov. Chris Christie says it's that the company was “not one of those folks that were ambiguous about why they're going.”
Capital Health names a pair of senior executives
Capital Health announced Thursday the appointment of Dr. Eugene J. McMahon as chief medical officer, and David K. Dafilou as vice president and chief administrative officer of Capital's clinically integrated health care network.
Panasonic bolsters video display unit through acquisition of Texas firm
Panasonic announced Thursday that it has acquired a Texas-based electronic display company.
Manufacturing, optimism growing in region that includes South Jersey
Manufacturing continues to grow and employers remain optimistic as they look ahead over the next six months, according to the February monthly regional survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, which includes southern New Jersey.
Health care software provider Authentidate names new CEO
Berkeley Heights-based Authentidate Holdings Corp., a software provider for health care organizations, announced Wednesday its board of directors has appointed Ian Bonnet CEO and president, as well as a director of the company.