A federal appeals court has paved the way for billionaire investor Carl Icahn to take control of Atlantic City's ailing Trump Taj Mahal, siding with the casino's ownership group after its union challenged the operator's ability to complete its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.Read More »
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Joe Zagari wasn’t necessarily looking to network, much less find an internship in commercial real estate.Read More »
You've seen an examination room, a consult room and an imaging room.
What if all three were in the same line of sight?
If you were caught in construction traffic on I-78 and I-287 Friday morning, you may have had to walk the extent of the parking lot at The Palace at Somerset Park.Read More »
The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee voted Thursday to advance the latest bill seeking a voter referendum on the expansion of casino gaming beyond Atlantic City.Read More »
Camden-based Catapult Learning Inc. announced Wednesday that it has promoted Andrea Vargas to president of the company’s schools division, effective immediately.Read More »
The state Supreme Court upheld a law by ruling in favor of the state of New Jersey, thereby allowing Cooper Health System to provide emergency medical services in the city of Camden.Read More »
Senate President Steve Sweeney, state Sen. Paul Sarlo and state Sen. Kevin O'Toole announced their plans Tuesday to put forth a bipartisan bill calling for a state takeover of Atlantic City's finances.Read More »
Continuing the state's theme of "one-stop shopping" for jobs, the state Senate on Thursday unanimously voted to pass legislation creating a website for available government contracts.
Burlington County College will graduate the first 25 students to participate in the school’s expanded medical coding certificate program Thursday night.
The number of U.S. Small Business Administration-backed loans to New Jersey businesses rose 13 percent in the first half of the fiscal year, while dollar volume rose 48 percent, despite an end to federal SBA incentives that fueled lending in the past.
Commercial real estate owners could see lower property taxes from a proposal by Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney (D-West Deptford) to induce local governments to share services.
Sweeney said businesses got some tax relief from the increase in shared services in Gloucester County while he was a county freeholder.<br...