This week, anyone engaged in the holiday tradition of viewing “It's a Wonderful Life” was reminded by recently minted guardian angel Clarence, “No man is a failure that has friends.” In that sense, three New Jersey CEOs are among the “richest” in America.
Palatin Technologies, a Cranbury-based biopharmaceutical company, announced Monday that it has begun a pivotal registration program for its female sexual dysfunction drug Bremelanotide.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey on Tuesday announced a new telehealth service, Horizon CareOnline, that provides access to a board certified, licensed doctor online 24 hours a day, seven days a week — at no change, and no appointments needed.
Apparently, when New Jersey City University President Sue Henderson told NJBIZ in the recent Interview Issue to “expect big things” from the university, she wasn't kidding. On Tuesday, the school announced the leasing of a property that will house the NJCU School of Business.
Morristown-based employee benefits provider Global Benefit Strategies has been acquired by a Florida firm, the two companies announced Monday.
According to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Monday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads Gov. Chris Christie by a double-digit margin among registered New Jersey voters in a hypothetical 2016 presidential matchup.
More New Jersey small business owners are seeing sales improve at year-end, but optimism about the local and national economy has declined from earlier in 2014, according to Capital One's twice-yearly Market Pulse survey of small business owners that seeks to gauge firms' financial performance and their future concerns and priorities.
Bussel Realty Corp., an Edison-based industrial real estate services firm, announced Monday it has brokered the sale of a 19,400-square-foot industrial facility in Plainfield.
The Kislak Company Inc., a Woodbridge-based real estate sales firm, announced Monday it is working with Edward Ayuso II of EEA Industries LLC, in his ongoing commitment to revitalization the South Orange Village.
E-commerce startup Jet.com will open its headquarters at SJP Properties’ new 500,000-square-foot office tower in downtown Hoboken, the developer said.
When Maxine Ballen, founding president and CEO of the New Jersey Technology Council, announced her plans to step down after 18 years to pursue other avenues, the board began an exhaustive search to replace the enduring figure.
Founded in New York by Spanish immigrants more than 75 years ago, Goya Foods made one of its biggest investments yet this year by choosing to stay in New Jersey.