Triple Play is a weekly NJBIZ feature that asks top executives in New Jersey to talk about three things related to their industry.
The whisperings that Steve Sweeney has his eye on the governor's office have risen at least to conversational volume, if not outright shouting.
In the last few weeks, legislative Democrats have spent a lot of their time and energy on crafting an alternative budget remedy to Gov. Chris Christie's plan to cut next year's scheduled $2.25 billion pension payment down to $681 million.
A bill that allows outside investors to finance multiemployer health plans, allowing the investors to share in financial gains that a successful plan might generate, is headed for final legislative approval in Trenton on Monday.
Under a new bill passed by both the Senate and Assembly Thursday, employers would be limited from conducting criminal background checks on job applicants until after an initial interview has taken place.
The state Senate has overwhelmingly passed an alternative bill to bring sports betting to New Jersey casinos and racetracks, following Monday's setback at the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court.
A Democrat-backed, $34.1 billion budget that enables the state to make a full pension payment in the upcoming fiscal year — in part by raising taxes on businesses and millionaires — is now headed to Gov. Chris Christie’s desk.
Home seems to be just as good a place as any for promising mobile apps.
The North American subsidiary of an Australian company received entitlement approvals for a $350 million logistics center in Linden.
Brick City Development Corporation has partnered with e-commerce website Etsy to bring the Craft Entrepreneurship program to Newark. The program focuses on helping low-income individuals with artistic skills start their own business.
Navigant Consulting Inc. was chosen by a state agency Thursday to analyze health care services in the greater Newark area – a study whose scope includes recommending possible consolidation or regionalization of services now provided by the area's five hospitals and four other publicly-funded health facilities.
Bridgewater-based clinical-stage biotech company Senesco Technologies Inc. announced Thursday that it appointed a new CEO.