The biggest cost to businesses when billing customers through the mail is postage, but by modeling itself after the payroll industry — and getting large companies on board with online billing — Billtrust, in Jamesburg, has watched its influence grow.
A state Superior Court judge has granted injunctive relief against an Allendale-based company, its top executive and two other business entities as part of a lawsuit the state filed alleging the defendants defrauded nearly 800 investors of about $9.5 million.
The national unemployment rate held steady at 9.1 percent in August, as no new jobs were created, according to a federal Bureau of Labor Statistics report issued today. The 17,000 new private-sector jobs that surfaced in August were offset by a similar decline in government jobs, according to Labor.
As Art Burtis turned his hobby into a business, the principal of The Heritage Guild has tailored his three archery and firearms shops to fit all of the needs of not only seasoned hobbyists, but also those new to the sport.
The Food and Drug Administration is about to embark on what one critic is calling a huge "money grab" from food importers, but at least one importer said he's unconcerned about the change in regulations.
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