Aramark files for IPO
Aramark, the $13.5 billion professional services company, has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchanges Commission for an initial public offering of its stock.
Patent award showcases diverse N.J. innovations
The Research & Development Council of New Jersey will recognize more than 12 companies and 30 investors for a range of inventions, spanning from an innovative toothbrush to method that enables charitable donations via text message.
Atalanta acquiring Primio d’Oro
Elizabeth-based food importer Atalanta Corp. announced today its acquisition of the Primio d'Oro brand from Massachusetts-based Specialty Marketing Group. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Derma Sciences acquires 7.3 percent of Comvita
Princeton-based advanced wound care company Derma Sciences announced Wednesday it has purchased 2.3 million newly issued common shares of New Zealand-based health and beauty company Comvita Limited for $7 million. The investment amounts to 7.3 percent of outstanding Comvita shares.
Retail vacancy falls, but big boxes still a big problem
Vacancy along North Jersey’s main retail corridors ticked down through midyear, but the region is still grappling with the effects of several big-box retail bankruptcies in 2009.
NGKF Retail signs 11,233-square-foot lease with furniture retailer
NGKF Retail, with offices in East Brunswick, Rutherford and Marlton, announced Tuesday it signed a long-term, 11,233-square-foot lease with furniture retailer Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams, at Equinox Plaza, in Paramus.
Prince Global Tennis out of bankruptcy, eyeing comeback
Prince Global Tennis CEO Mike Ballardie fully understands how important the U.S. Open is to his company.
Delayed by Hurricane Sandy, Brother Jimmy’s right at home in New Brunswick
Brother Jimmy's BBQ had an inauspicious beginning in New Jersey — one to which millions of potential customers could easily relate.
Same-day delivery ambitions drive North Jersey warehouse market
The new Amazon.com fulfillment hub in Robbinsville might grab the headlines, but the intersection of e-commerce and New Jersey's industrial space exists well beyond Exit 7A.
Though it’s expensive, retailers calling N.J. home have distinct advantage
It's an expensive place for a retailer to manage its headquarters operation, but some of the biggest names in the industry say New Jersey provides a distinct advantage that other locations around the country do not.
Paterson’s new supermarket opens to anchor 35M redevelopment project
A supermarket that will anchor a $35 million redevelopment in downtown Paterson was officially opened today, making way for a project that will feature other businesses and park space.
Children’s Place says it will close 100 stores by 2016
The Children's Place, a kids' clothing company based in Secaucus, may close nearly 200 stores in the next few years, executives announced during an earnings call this morning.