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Nov 16, 2011

Triple Five Xanadu completion ‘not economically viable’ without wetlands development

The developer of the long-stalled retail and entertainment complex previously known as Xanadu continued to insist today that its plans for completing the project and rebranding it American Dream Meadowlands are "not economically viable" without its plan to build upon a 5.5-acre tract of wetlands.

Nov 16, 2011

Student Transportation grows through Midwestern acquisition

With operations already in Illinois and Minnesota, Student Transportation Inc. solidified its footprint in the Midwest with the acquisition of Wisconsin-based Dairyland Bus Inc.

Nov 16, 2011

SBA changes size rules to expand small-business category

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced Tuesday it has proposed size standard increases for small businesses in 29 industries. The proposed rules, published in the Federal Register for comment, would adjust the size definition of small businesses in fields such as real estate and property management, as well as colleges,...

Nov 16, 2011

Survey of homes in college football markets ranks New Brunswick 34th most-expensive

A study on housing prices in football-intensive college towns listed New Brunswick among the most expensive such markets in the U.S., but one real estate agent said the price estimates for the home of Rutgers University are too high.

Nov 16, 2011

Princeton hospital, Penn Medicine partner to offer prenatal care

University Medical Center at Princeton announced it has partnered with Penn Medicine to offer advanced care for expectant mothers in need of specialized services. Those services will include 24-hour access to board-certified obstetricians, maternal fetal medicine specialists, anesthesiologists,...

Nov 16, 2011

Deals and Moves November 16

Public offering priced; firm name change; sponsorship deal.

Nov 15, 2011

Prudential Center tenants have different game plans for NBA lockout

It was always a possibility, but as the NBA labor negotiations continue to disintegrate, the likelihood of a professional basketball season is diminishing.

Nov 15, 2011

As N.J. leaves RGGI, study says program added 1.6B to region’s economy

As New Jersey prepares to leave the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative at year's end, a new report suggests the cap-and-trade program has had an overall positive economic impact on the Garden State and the region.

Nov 15, 2011

Honeywell awarded 40M in separate contracts for English, Middle Eastern projects

Honeywell International Inc. announced a flurry of activity Monday and Tuesday in its aerospace and building solutions divisions through contracts in England and the United Arab Emirates.

Nov 15, 2011

N.J. emphasizes tech sector’s strengths in 60M tax transfer program

Seventy-five emerging technology and biotech businesses will share a $60 million allocation from New Jersey's Technology Business Tax Certificate Transfer program, an increase of $30 million from last year's budgeted amount.

Nov 15, 2011

Deals and Moves November 15

Alaskan acquisition; proposed IPO; licensing deal.

Nov 14, 2011

PR expert Many fumbles by Penn State in handling major crisis

A New Jersey public relations expert said officials at Penn State University should have been prepared for the onslaught of publicity brought on by the allegations that an assistant football coach sexually abused boys.