Deals and Moves Nov. 26
Energy production acquisition, multifamily sale, urgent care opening.
Podcast NJBIZ Briefcase 055 – Contraction
The rise of digital doctors, Sandy’s impact on business insurance and recovery contracts going to out-of-state companies. I’m Joe Arney bringing you these stories and more, as we take you inside our November 26th edition here, on NJBIZ Briefcase.
Third-quarter gross operating profits fall 18 percent in Atlantic City casinos
Atlantic City's casinos saw a 17.9 percent decrease in gross operating profit during the third quarter of 2012 compared to the same period in 2011, according to industry-wide figures released today by the Division of Gaming Enforcement.
Atlantic City has the only hockey game in town
The NHL is sidelined in a labor battle, but pro hockey returns to New Jersey with a hurricane benefit game this weekend, and Atlantic City officials are preparing for a spike in tourism.
An unusual first contract win set up Newark consultancy for neighborhoods projects
BCT Partners got its first contract by default, when the winner was declared ineligible. Since then, it’s been on a roll.
Banks emphasize loan availability as business rebuild from Sandy
Banks are calling their customers to tell them loans are available to repair and rebuild from the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy.
Meridian turns hospital fundraiser into Sandy aid event
The annual fundraising gala of the Jersey shore's Meridian Health hospital system was transformed into a Hurricane Sandy event that raised $400,000 last Saturday for disaster relief organizations, and to aid Meridian employees whose homes were flooded by the storm.
Deals and Moves Nov. 21
Golf store opening, retail lease, chemical acquisition approval.
Hartz confident it will prevail in trial with Harmon Cove tenant
While Vitamin World's legal fight to get its recently demolished Harmon Cove Outlet Center location restored has been granted a trial, an executive at the firm that owns the property is confident the retailer won't win the case.
Business optimism high, survey finds
New Jersey business owners are feeling increasingly optimistic, according to a new survey from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.
N.J. retailers expect holiday traffic similar to 2011
Survey finds most planning for Black Friday crowds, but expecting more traffic as Christmas gets closer.
Deals and Moves Nov. 20
Car rental acquisition, distribution center opening, mobile payment partnership.