With Honeywell International Inc. slated to move its headquarters to Morris Plains, the company's current home in Morris Township could land in the hands of Rockefeller Group Development Corp., Grapevine has learned.
Rutgers University has hired Hill & Knowlton to handle crisis communications during the ongoing fallout and media scrutiny from former basketball coach Mike Rice's abusive treatment of players, Ralph Izzo told NJBIZ Friday.
Comcast looks to boost its market share among business clients and a long-stalled transit village project is finally leaving the station.
Home goods retailer Williams-Sonoma will fill a new 750,000-square-foot industrial facility opening this summer in South Brunswick, the building's developer said Friday.
Soligenix, a biopharmaceutical company in Princeton, received new attention this week after ricin was found in letters mailed to several government officials including President Obama.
Major parts of New Jersey's power and distribution networks rebounded quickly after Hurricane Sandy, but many questions remain about how to protect them against future disasters, experts in those industries said today.
Rutgers University President Dr. Robert Barchi today announced the members of the search committee tasked with selecting a new head for intercollegiate athletics after the forced resignation of former athletics director Tim Pernetti amid the Mike Rice coaching scandal.
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Hackensack University Medical Center has teamed up with the New York Giants to open a fitness and wellness center in Maywood. The 112,000-square-foot facility, scheduled to open at the end of 2013, will focus on health, education, prevention and motivation.
With the start of the summer tourist season just a month away, Gov. Chris Christie is heading to the Shore to hold a roundtable with local business owners that will likely focus on Hurricane Sandy.
New Jersey’s private-sector employers added 10,400 jobs in March and the state’s unemployment rate dropped to 9.0 percent, down .3 percentage points from February, according to preliminary data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Cushman & Wakefield has completed the $71 million sale of an office building in Morris Township, the largest single office building sale in New Jersey this year.