According to a study released Thursday by the Economic Policy Institute, America’s rising trade deficit with China has cost the U.S. more than 3.2 million jobs between 2001 (when China joined the World Trade Organization) and 2013.
The Trenton Health Team is one of 10 health care organizations in the U.S. that has been chosen to field test ideas for improving the health of their communities. The National Quality Forum has tapped THT and nine other U.S. health groups to test its “Action Guide 1.0,” a collection of research-based approaches to population health.
Summit Medical Group, New Jersey's largest multispecialty medical group, said Thursday it has been chosen by the American Medical Group Foundation to participate in a national collaborative aimed at finding best practices to manage patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Mario Casabona, an angel investor best known as the founder of TechLaunch, was awarded the top prize at Fairleigh Dickinson University's second annual Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year ceremony on Tuesday.
New Jersey financial executives were more bullish on the overall economy than their peers nationwide, according to audit, tax and advisory firm Grant Thornton's Fall 2014 CFO Survey.
The shuttered Revel Casino Hotel has asked a judge to terminate its agreement to be acquired by Brookfield US Holdings LLC, with hopes now of striking a new deal with the losing bidder in the Atlantic City operator's recent bankruptcy auction.
New Jersey hospitals contributed almost $21 billion to the state's economy in 2013, according to the 2014 N.J. Hospitals Economic Impact Report released Wednesday by the New Jersey Hospital Association.
New Jersey is one of the Top Six states to improve its health over the past 25 years, according to the annual state health rankings released Wednesday by the United Health Foundation, an affiliate of health insurer UnitedHealth Group.
New Jersey’s private sector added 3,600 jobs in November, according to the latest report from Roseland-based human resources and payroll company ADP.
Subaru's $117.8 million incentive award for its Gateway District headquarters project was the main draw at Tuesday's Economic Development Authority meeting in Trenton, but it wasn't the only high-profile, Camden-based project on the docket.
The New Jersey Performing Arts Center announced a number of management changes Tuesday, including a new chief operating officer.
The Economic Development Authority voted Tuesday to approve a 10-year, $117.8 million Grow New Jersey incentive award for carmaker Subaru of America to build its new corporate headquarters on Campbell Soup Co.-owned land in Camden's Gateway District.