Calling the current plan unreasonable "pie-in-the-sky sop" to special interests, Gov. Chris Christie announced Tuesday long-awaited revisions to the state's energy master plan, promising the new benchmarks would cut energy costs and lead to economic growth and more jobs, but a solar association chief said the revisions...
Small-business owners in Newark will soon have more affordable office space available, as the Institute For Entrepreneurial Leadership on Friday signed a lease for 9,000 square feet of Class A space at 550 Broad St. for entrepreneurs use as low-cost space.
Medicare has refused to waive the estimated $100 million it is trying to recoup from nearly 50 New Jersey hospitals that got excess bonus payments in 2005 and 2006 through an error by a contractor working for the federal agency.
New York-based public broadcasting station WNET would replace New Jersey Network with a new station named NJTV, and seek several million dollars in donations from corporations, foundations and philanthropists, under a deal Gov. Chris Christie announced Monday.
The Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority said Friday it has approved the selection of Hoboken-based Phillips Preiss Grygiel LLC as the planning consultant for the redevelopment of the U.S. Army base, which is scheduled to close in September.
Boardwalk Fresh Burgers and Fries, a Maryland-based franchise named after the state's famous Ocean City landmark, is coming to the Garden State, signing a lease for a 2,684-square-foot location in Hackensack.