Bridgewater-based clinical-stage biotech company Senesco Technologies Inc. announced Thursday that it appointed a new CEO.
Kean University announced this week its completion of a $2.4 million renovation of its Nathan Weiss Graduate College, which was funded in part by the Building our Future Bond Act of 2012.
A raucous group of techies, entrepreneurs and students gathered in University Hall at Montclair State University for Google I/O Extended 2014.
Products created by women-owned and operated companies will now have the ability to be marketed and labeled as such on Walmart shelves in both the U.S. and international markets if certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
St. Joseph's Healthcare System has opened a new $14 million cancer center on the campus of its Wayne hospital that it said will make oncology services more convenient for residents of Wayne and the surrounding area.
Ewing-based Antares Pharma Inc. on Tuesday announced that Paul K. Wotton has resigned as president and CEO.
Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation and Peapack-Gladstone Bank announced Monday that Kevin Runyon has been appointed executive vice president – information technology.
A large coalition of business groups, trade organizations and state legislators took to the Statehouse steps Tuesday in opposition to a budget proposal put forth by Senate and Assembly Democrats that would raise taxes on millionaires and businesses.
Dietz & Watson is leaving New Jersey after all.
Google is opening its doors to the public and making its new technologies available to foster technological progress and innovation.
When it comes to favorable tax structures for businesses, one New Jersey city is the place to be, according to a study released Tuesday by KPMG International.
Spending by the private sector on medical care in the U.S. will rise 6.8 percent in 2015, according to the annual forecast by the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.