An economic heavyweight as opening act
Volare's restaurant, in Rutherford, is hardly 10 minutes from MetLife Stadium, but owner Denise Dantec knows it's up to her to attract some of the thousands of fans who will descend on New Jersey starting next week for WrestleMania.
Ahead of WrestleMania, WWE plans auction to benefit Sandy charities
With only two weeks to go until WrestleMania comes to MetLife Stadium, World Wrestling Entertainment is hoping to make its impact felt well beyond the northern New Jersey economy.
NJBIZ Brackets Recapping a wild weekend on the courts
What a weekend to be a college basketball fan.
Report finds encouraging signs in Atlantic City
Casino gaming numbers remain problematic, but tourism officials believe Atlantic City's transformation into a destination resort is becoming a reality.
Still a tough sell to get larger, established companies in the cloud
While cloud enterprise resource planning slowly wins converts, Carla Wickoff, a cloud computing practice leader at the Deloitte accounting and consulting firm, said she continues to address the concerns of executives who fear storing information on remote servers could risk the loss of proprietary information that gives their company a competitive...
TCNJ’s interim provost headed to Oregon
New Jersey's loss is Oregon's gain. Susan Bakewell-Sachs has announced she will step down in June from her roles as director of the New Jersey Nursing Initiative and interim provost of The College of New Jersey to become dean of nursing at the Oregon Health and Science University, in Portland.
NJBIZ Brackets Birdsall employee packs his dancing shoes for Sweet 16
Gregg Lally is making NJBIZ Brackets history.
NJBIZ most-read stories March 24
In case you missed them, the most popular stories yesterday on NJBIZ.com.
Power 50 Health care
“We're going at warp speed, on roads we've never been down, and no one knows where we're going,” is how one executive summarized the state of hospitals and health care.
In New Jersey, running a kids’ hospital is no child’s play
The geographically tiny state of New Jersey is home to one of the highest concentrations of children's hospitals in the nation, which means executives are constantly thinking about how to draw in patients and stand out in a crowded market.
NJBIZ Brackets bonus High hopes as games get under way
Structure Tone’s John White is going to have a busy day today.
Construction services company consolidates N.J. offices into Woodbridge location
In an effort to centralize its location in the state, Structure Tone is combining its South Jersey and North Jersey offices into one Woodbridge location.