Prince Global Tennis CEO Mike Ballardie fully understands how important the U.S. Open is to his company.
Brother Jimmy's BBQ had an inauspicious beginning in New Jersey — one to which millions of potential customers could easily relate.
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.
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.
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.
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.
East Rutherford-based Kid Brands announced Thursday the appointment of Jodie Simon Friedman as vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary.
Colgate-Palmolive wants to sell its $18.5-million Morris Township facility when it closes in 2016, the company said in a statement.
Toys R Us Inc., the Wayne-based retail giant, plans to open more than 100 stores amid an expansion and renovation plan focused largely on China, the company announced today.
Running a food truck seems like such an accessible arm of the industry. The startup costs are cheaper than those for a restaurant, and it takes fewer employees to keep a truck up and running.
Parsippany-based Pinnacle Foods today announced it will acquire the Wish-Bone salad dressings business from Unilever PLC in a $580 million deal.
Camden-based Campbell Soup Co. announced today it is in final and exclusive negotiations for the potential sale of its business in Europe to global private equity firm CVC Capital Partners.