New Newark Terminal A named among best in the world
The new $2.7 billion site was recognized at the World Airport Awards during the Passenger Terminal Expo in Amsterdam.
Secaucus-based Freshpet completes $391.4M capital raise
The total surpasses the Secaucus-based pet food maker's goal of $350 million. However, an activist investor firm that holds a nearly 10% stake in the company called the effort “ill-conceived."
Senior living community opens in Essex County (slideshow)
Located at 290 South Orange Ave., Sunrise of Livingston is an 86,000-square-foot, three-story property by Lantz-Boggio Architects, built in partnership with Wohlsen Construction Co.
Murphy signs three bills from small business package
“This legislation will enable us to attract, retain and inspire small businesses to expand in a state that remains at the national forefront of economic vitality and innovation," the governor said.
Biden to honor Springsteen with National Medal of Arts
The Boss is among 12 recipients of the honor, which recognizes those who "have helped to define and enrich our nation’s cultural legacy through their life long passionate commitment."
Wakefern recalls chocolate-covered peanuts after mislabeling
“A limited amount of the product was mislabeled on the front of the package as milk chocolate covered raisins when the package contained peanuts, a known allergen," the company said.
Senate quickly passes bill to address potential school aid cuts
While the measure does plug a bulk of the shortfall for a number of schools in the next budget, the affected districts will still be forced to make tough decisions and potential cuts.
NJIT names alumnus as provost, SVP for academic affairs
John Pelesko, who is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of mathematical sciences at the University of Delaware, will join New Jersey Institute of Technology on Aug. 1.
Hoboken receives $150K grant for fast EV chargers
Two ChargePoint stations will be installed this summer on Newark Street between Grand Street and Adams Street.
Schaffler named Assembly Democrats’ communications director
For the past six years, Rhonda Schaffler has served as a correspondent and host of NJ Spotlight News’ weekly business series, NJ Business Beat.
Bed Bath & Beyond seeks shareholder approval for reverse stock split
The board of the Union-based company believes the move "will likely result in a higher per share trading price, which is intended to generate greater investor interest in the company," it said in an SEC filing.
First Millburn-Short Hills Restaurant Week kicks off
The culinary event, running March 20 to 26, offers diners special deals and meals from 30 restaurants across five commercial districts.