The NYC Metro Region may have hosted Super Bowl XLVIII three years ago, but the new Meadowlands Area YMCA is proof that its legacy will benefit the region for generations to come.Read More »
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New Jersey added 4,200 private-sector jobs in July, according to human resources and payroll company ADP.Read More »
Three pharmaceutical manufacturers received nearly $2 million in combined Grow New Jersey incentives from the state Economic Development Authority at its Tuesday meeting, the EDA announced.Read More »
We live our lives — and do business — through social media. Over 2 billion social media users worldwide spend an average of two and a half hours per day on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. And they're doing more than sharing vacation photos or following their favorite celebrities.Read More »
New legislation to rename the New Jersey Economic Development Authority headquarters in Trenton to the “Caren Franzini Memorial Building” was signed into law Monday by Gov. Chris Christie.Read More »
Small business owners are more optimistic than they have been in a decade, according to a new Wells Fargo and Gallup small business survey.Read More »
Commercial real estate firm The Goldstein Group recently announced it has brokered the sale of a 4,000-square-foot retail property in Ocean View.Read More »
Training pays In the wake of several controversial shootings, helping officers better deal with confrontations can not only save lives, it can save departments money
The Camden County Police Department is one of a handful of departments in the country that has been a test site for retraining police officers to take more time to gauge a situation before pulling out a weapon, especially when faced with an unarmed person or one with a mental illness.
A real renaissance woman Fewer than 20 years after immigrating from Peru, Rosa Davis has built three very different businesses, from awnings to networking events #8212 and detective work
Rosa Davis said she believes in taking risks: "Just see where they take you."
One of her biggest, Davis said, was moving from Lima, Peru, to the United States in 1998.
Be at the table African-American, Hispanic chambers call on candidates to truly engage with minority communities, warn that traditional appeals to faith, community groups don’t resonate from an economic standpoint
A bit of advice for any candidate hoping to sweep the minority votes in the state: Be at the table. That’s the word from the leaders of two of the state’s major minority business groups.