Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
A wake was held Sunday night for a 25-year-old man who was killed in a workplace shooting on Long Island last week.
The suspect announced a robbery, and ordered the owner to fill the backpack with money and gold. The suspect said he would shoot the owner’s family members if the owner did not comply, authorities said.
A New Jersey appeals court heard arguments on Monday on a case asking whether the state Department of Environmental Protection should look out for the interests of business as well as the environment.
Merchants in store after store in storm-ravaged communities — many still closed — are dealing with a double blow. Sandy destroyed their homes, and now they’re losing their incomes.
Some people are calling the technology invasive and watchdogs are fearful that it may be a step in the wrong direction.
Victor Cruz, who got a hometown sendoff in Paterson this weekend is so popular, his jerseys and T-shirts are this week’s top sellers at Modell’s in Times Sqaure.
Gov. Chris Christie was headed to Princeton Friday evening to tell students what he’d like to do to make New Jersey better for business. He often said that tight regulations and high taxes in his state give businesses a reason to move out.
A bill co-sponsored by Republicans and Democrats would spread the $300 per employee tax increase over several years rather than require full payment starting in July. It would reduce this year’s tax increase to $130 per employee.
The new headquarters will be located a block from Penn Station and will bring with it 1,000 jobs.
One pharmacy owner said his business has declined by 25 percent and the major cause is the parking trouble.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie heads to Chicago on Friday in hopes of recruiting businesses to the Garden State.
A new law in the Long Island town of Hempstead affects any business owner that plans to open a convenience store or fast food restaurant.
They’re going to win…but what if they lose? What will happen to the Jets AFC Championship shirts that are already being printed?
“Well, there’s no reason to spend money on a ‘B’ quality restaurant in this town,” says one man.