Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and Assemblyman John Wisniewski announced Wednesday that they plan to introduce a bill that would raise New Jersey's minimum wage to $15 per hour.Read More »
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Common Core has been controversial, to say the least. One argument suggests standardized evaluation is necessary to mark the abilities of large groups of students, while the other says it's akin to judging a fish's ability by asking it to climb a tree.Read More »
A new women-only heart disease support group has been launched at Virtua Health after two patients put their experience to help create greater awareness.Read More »
Aetna and Meridian Health are launching a co-branded, tiered network, accountable care model health plan for employers.Read More »
Parsippany-based PBF Logistics LP is paying $100 million for four refined-product terminals in the Philadelphia area, it announced Tuesday.Read More »
In the months leading up to Monday’s night’s Iowa caucuses, Gov. Chris Christie had not polled particularly well in the evangelical Christian-heavy state.Read More »
The winter storm that snowed in the region in late January proved extremely disruptive for area airports, according to the Global Gateway Alliance.Read More »
WCRE announced that it has exclusively represented Trebor Inc. in relocating its 16,000-square-foot southern New Jersey-based manufacturing/warehouse facility to The Haines Center in Burlington.Read More »
Once again, NJBIZ is proud to honor New Jersey's most dynamic women in business with its Best 50 Women in Business awards. The Class of 2016 includes bankers, doctors, entrepreneurs and everyone in between.Read More »
SpeakEasy is a running feature in NJBIZ in which we recap presentations given by key business leaders around the state at one of New Jersey's many conferences and events.Read More »
A Taste of Success Campbell’s move to bring in top chefs from around the world is producing better-tasting products and an increase in profits
New Jersey residents would have gladly accepted a hot bowl of chicken noodle soup last week after shoveling out from Winter Storm Jonas.Read More »
New leadership, new menu, new success Steck helping Saladworks emerge from bankruptcy with new identity, image
Saladworks — the nation's largest fresh-to-order salad franchise — opened its first store in 1986 in Cherry Hill.
Last February, the company filed for bankruptcy.