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Sep 4, 2012

Big-name retailers choose N.J. to launch U.S. stores

Garden State Plaza landing two big brands as Paramus mall continues to attract high-end stores to the state.

Sep 4, 2012

Attorneys put focus of their practice on intern laws

Strict laws govern compensation for interns, they say, and they expect to see more lawsuits in this area as employers continue to do more work with less people.

Sep 4, 2012

Spectra pipeline under construction, but lawsuits pending

Efforts to block the high-profile pipeline extension are stuck in a holding pattern as a federal agency continues its review of project.

Sep 4, 2012

Deals and Moves Sept. 4

Oil production agreement, biopharma grant, medical device acquisition.

Sep 2, 2012

Podcast NJBIZ Briefcase 043 – Gamble

A college shifts gears to keep its nursing program intact; biotechs get creative to make money; and an Atlantic City project sparks interest from investors and developers. Those stories and more on NJBIZ Briefcase - Episode 043: Gamble.

Aug 31, 2012

Track owner looks to future after uneasy first year

Jeff Gural says he’s getting lots of thanks for rescuing the Meadowlands, but so far, that hasn’t created the kinds of crowds for which he’d hoped.

Aug 31, 2012

FAA giving 18.6M to N.J. airports for repairs, construction

Atlantic City International and Trenton-Mercer are among the biggest recipients, according to New Jersey’s U.S. senators.

Aug 31, 2012

PATH unveils 66 million command center

The upgrades come at a time when the bistate agency expects record traffic on the trans-Hudson system.

Aug 31, 2012

Suite Escape Favorite time of day?

Suite Escape did not publish in the Aug. 27 Top 100 Companies edition of NJBIZ. This online exclusive edition looks at the respondents' favorite time of day.

Aug 31, 2012

Home-care company opens employment doors

Aging population’s desire to stay out of nursing homes has created opportunity for home care companies to grow aggressively.

Aug 31, 2012

Deals and Moves Aug. 31

New drug, technology chief, lab test.

Aug 30, 2012

Torcon founder’s sons recall father’s legacy as a visionary in industry

Benedict J. Torcivia Sr. led Torcon’s transition during the 1980s from a general contractor into a construction management firm that increasing took on large, complex projects for pharmaceutical companies and colleges.