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Michele N. Siekerka, Esq., President & CEO of the New Jersey Business Industry Association (NJBIA)

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Mar 22, 2023

One-on-One Examines Women in Leadership and Critical Issues Facing NJ

Michele N. Siekerka, Esq., President & CEO of the New Jersey Business Industry Association (NJBIA), talks with Steve Adubato about women in leadership, affordable childcare and critical issues facing New Jersey businesses today.

Caucus Educational Corp.

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Mar 8, 2023

One-on-One Looks at the Importance of Outreach Efforts in the Philanthropic Community

Otis Rolley, Head of Philanthropy and Community Impact at Wells Fargo, joins Steve Adubato to discuss economic improvement and their outreach efforts in the philanthropic community.

Betson

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Mar 2, 2023

Arcade Game Rooms in Non-Traditional Locations

People generally love arcade games and test their skills with crane machines or driving games. So why not let your customers have some fun? There has been a trend of non-traditional locations adding game rooms to differentiate themselves or add a revenue source.

Grassi

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Mar 1, 2023

Trust and Estate Planning Strategies for 2023

With 2022 bringing very little change to trust and estate law, 2023 remains a prime opportunity to take advantage of the favorable tax landscape. Here are the gifting and estate planning strategies you should consider this year.

United Way

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Feb 22, 2023

How the United Way of Newark Creates Opportunities for NJ’s Young Leaders, on State of Affairs

Steve Adubato is joined by Catherine Wilson, President of United Way of Newark, to address the evolving workforce and creating unique networking opportunities for NJ’s young leaders.

PSEG

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Feb 8, 2023

PSEG’s President Discusses the Need For Energy Efficiency with Steve Adubato

PSEG’s new President and CEO Ralph LaRossa speaks with Steve Adubato about the need for energy efficiency, and PSEG’s storm and flood preparedness efforts.

Steve Adubato sits down with Joseph L. Fiordaliso, President of New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, to discuss the future of clean and affordable energy.

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Jan 25, 2023

The Future of Clean and Affordable Energy, on State of Affairs

Steve Adubato sits down with Joseph L. Fiordaliso, President of New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, to discuss the future of clean and affordable energy.

John Harmon, Founder, President and CEO, African American Chamber of Commerce, examines the lack of childcare access, rising housing costs, and how increasing crime rates are impacting tourism.

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Jan 11, 2023

State of Affairs Examines Public Safety and Housing Costs in NJ

John Harmon, Founder, President and CEO, African American Chamber of Commerce, examines the lack of childcare access, rising housing costs, and how increasing crime rates are impacting tourism.

Grassi Construction

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Jan 3, 2023

Top 10 Construction Industry Trends for 2023

To help contractors navigate the road ahead, Grassi’s Construction team has issued their annual outlook of the Top Contractor Strategies for a profitable 2023. From tried-and-true financial tools to new trends for combating inflation and risk, these are the planning opportunities your construction company won’t want to miss.

Caucus Educational Corp.

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Dec 21, 2022

State of Affairs Examines Critical Issues Impacting the City of Newark

Marcus Randolph, President and CEO of Invest Newark, sits down with Steve Adubato to discuss the pressing issues impacting the city of Newark, including low home ownership and access to high-speed internet.

Caucus Educational Corp

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Dec 7, 2022

Child Care Advocate Brings Awareness to Pressing Issues, on One-on-One

Jenna Lee, Child Care Advocate & parent, sits down with Steve Adubato to bring awareness to the pressing issues impacting child care, including its high cost and employee turnover.

Patrick Migliaccio, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, New Jersey Natural Gas

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Dec 1, 2022

NJNG: Building the Natural Gas Utility of the Clean Energy Future

The urgent challenges of climate change require a different kind of thinking. If we are going to meet New Jersey’s goal of reducing carbon emissions by 80% over the next three decades, our state’s energy companies must step up and lead the way.