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Nov 10, 2021

Brian Sabina Discusses the State of New Jersey’s Energy Industry with Steve Adubato

Steve Adubato speaks with Brian Sabina, Chief Economic Growth Officer, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, about the importance of the New Jersey Wind Port and the need for the New Jersey Zero Incentive Program.

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Nov 1, 2021

Southern NJ Minority-Owned Small Businesses Can Thrive with Resources, Connections

Owning a small business offers creative freedom, flexibility and the personal satisfaction of following your dreams. And for many minority business owners, the prospect of giving back to, working with and investing in communities of color is worth the challenge entrepreneurship entails.

Amy Germano RN speaks with a patient participating in Holy Name's Hospital at Home program. Credit: Courtesy of Holy Name


Nov 1, 2021

Your Hospital Stay – at Home

Getting out of the hospital as fast as possible is almost every patient’s goal. Now, Holy Name’s Hospital at Home program enables eligible patients to receive the same acute-level services in their home as they do in the hospital, with in-person nurse visits and constant remote monitoring.


Oct 20, 2021

Jack Ciattarelli Talks Leadership, Taxes and COVID-19 with Steve Adubato

As part of the "Decision 2021: Who Will Lead NJ" series of programs, Steve Adubato is joined by Republican Gubernatorial Candidate, Jack Ciattarelli (R), for an in-depth interview. They discuss the COVID-19 pandemic, taxes, and what he would have done differently during the height of the lockdown. Recorded 9/23/21.


Oct 13, 2021

Murphy Talks Leadership, COVID Nursing Home Deaths and Tax Policies with Steve Adubato

As part of “Decision 2021: Who Will Lead NJ?" Steve Adubato speaks with Governor Phil Murphy about the leadership lessons he’s learned throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the situation concerning COVID nursing home deaths and tax policies in New Jersey. Recorded 9/23/21.

Jersey City tunnel: From civil engineers to infrastructure planners to concrete industry managers, one of the major research initiatives for NJIT is planning, designing, and engineering sustainable infrastructure.


Oct 11, 2021

NJIT at the Forefront of Sustainable Infrastructure

The challenges facing humanity in the 21st Century are daunting, and NJIT is training the next generation to lift a heavy load. On and off campus, students and faculty are spearheading projects that will lay the groundwork for a sustainable future. Much of this work involves researching new ways of building that considers the ecologically […]

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Sep 27, 2021

Seven tips to keep in mind when shopping for a health plan

In New Jersey, the Open Enrollment period for purchasing health insurance is Nov. 1, 2021 to Jan. 31, 2022. Selecting a health insurance plan shouldn’t be taken lightly, but it doesn’t have to feel daunting either. AmeriHealth New Jersey has provided seven tips to keep in mind when making a decision.


Sep 22, 2021

NJEDA Exec. Discusses Impact of Child Care on NJ’s Economic Success with Steve Adubato

Steve Adubato is joined by Tara Colton, Executive Vice President for Special Projects, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, to explain how child care is critical to economic success in New Jersey and the importance of the Nurture NJ initiative in addressing racial disparities in health outcomes for mothers and infants.

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Sep 13, 2021

Trenton’s Dirty Little Secret: Nobody Can Afford the Energy Master Plan

Trenton's Energy Master Plan is noble in its intent but will have a disastrous impact on New Jersey's economy. Businesses and residents alike will be saddled with sky high energy taxes and exorbitant energy prices that will cripple the economy.


Sep 8, 2021

Women Business Leaders Discuss Challenges Faced During COVID-19 with Steve Adubato

Recorded on 7/20/21, Steve Adubato is joined by a panel of female business leaders to discuss the main challenges women face in the workforce, specifically minority women, and how child care has been a barrier for women during the pandemic. They also talk about the difference between equality versus equity for women in the workforce, gender and racial biases in hiring practices, and the importance[...]

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Sep 1, 2021

Advance Care Planning Is a Gift for You and Your Loved Ones

Take control of your healthcare while you’re still well by creating an advance directive, which outlines your wishes should you become incapacitated. It’s the best way to ensure you won’t be kept alive by technology, that you will receive nutrition, or whatever your preferences are if you become seriously ill or suffer a life-changing injury.

EANJ President Discusses Overcoming Workforce Shortages with Steve Adubato


Aug 25, 2021

EANJ President Discusses Overcoming Workforce Shortages with Steve Adubato

Recorded on 6/22/21, Steve Adubato sits down with John Sarno, Esq, President, Employers Association of New Jersey, to talk about the most significant workplace issues during the COVID-19 health crisis for employers, the responsibility to protect all employees as companies return to in-person work environments, and the need to overcome workforce shortages in New Jersey.