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Green Rush: New Jersey businesses prepare to cash in on cannabis
Last week’s election means New Jersey will replace longtime opponent to cannabis legalization, Gov. Chris Christie, with a governor-elect, Phil.
St. Peter’s hospital to cut staff
New Brunswick-based St. Peter s University Hospital has announced it will cut 108 jobs, including 66 full-time workers.
Hackensack Meridian partners with Novartis on immunotherapy
Hackensack Meridian Health s Hackensack University Medical Center has formed a collaborative venture with Novartis Pharmaceuticals to launch.
25 years ago, a $100M gift changed higher education and giving
Henry and Betty Rowan made history in 1992 when they gave a $100 million gift to the New Jersey institution that now bears their name. Rowan University and higher education philanthropy were never the same.
How employers can use the latest consumer research to drive health engagement
Employers are increasingly looking for new ways to improve the health of their workforces, while adopting strategies to more effectively manage each employee s health benefits.
Michele Siekerka Discusses Millennials with Steve Adubato
Michele Siekerka, President and CEO of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association discusses millennials perspective on their careers and life choices.
Billtrust relocates from Hamilton to 90K sq. ft. office at Princeton Pike Corp Center
At 1009 Lenox Drive in Lawrenceville, Vision Real Estate Partners recently announced it has inked a 90,000-square-foot lease with Billtrust.
Industry Insights: Newark embraces a common goal: Amazon
Newark is now officially in the running to become the home of Amazon’s next headquarters, joining cities across the country hoping to count the tech.
LG Electronics cuts ribbon on new distribution facility in East Windsor; to create 50 local jobs
LG Electronics USA has opened a new, state-of-the-art Class A distribution center in East Windsor Township in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday.
Jersey Mike s announces leases in 2017
Brokerage firm Pierson Commercial Real Estate recently announced it negotiated several leases to bring Jersey Mike s to different locations.
Coldwell Banker acquires owner-brokerage arm of Century 21 in East Brunswick
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Madison has acquired the assets of Century 21 Worden & Green Realty in East Brunswick.
NJBIZ names Business of the Year finalists for 2017
The Business of the Year awards recognize New Jersey’s top businesses and business leaders who share a commitment to professional excellence.
Jersey City Urby reaches 95% leased
Mack-Cali Realty Corp. subsidiary Roseland Residential Trust and Ironstate Development recently announced the first of three towers of the Jersey City Urby complex in downtown Jersey City reached 95 percent leased.
Murphy, Democrats, ease to victory in election
Avalon Communities sells community in Lawrenceville
A joint venture between Rockpoint Group and The Brooksville Company recently purchased AvalonBay Communities, Avalon Run East in Lawrenceville, brokerage firm HFF recently announced.
Deals and Moves
Flame Kabob House leases at Rutgers Plaza
Brokerage firm Levin Management Corp. recently announced it has arranged a 1,500-square-foot lease at Rutgers Plaza in Franklin with Flame Kabob House, an Afghan restaurant chain.
Cushman & Wakefield helps generic drug maker move to new HQ in Saddle Brook
Generic drug maker Rising Pharmaceuticals, a unit of ACETO Corp., has moved its headquarters from Allendale to Saddle Brook.
The Kamson Corp. opens Woodcliff Lake Commons
Developer The Kamson Corp. recently held a ceremonial ribbon cutting ceremony for its latest mixed-use development, Woodcliff Lake Commons, in Woodcliff Lake.
CBRE arranges sale in Bellmawr, lease in Saddle Brook
Royal Farms convenience store and gas station in Bellmawr recently traded for $6.48 million as part of a 1031 exchange, brokerage CBRE announced.
F Elder care to get a lot more expensive that appeared in the Oct. 16 NJBIZ Morning Roundup and the subsequent responses back by Don Winant at the Commission on Accreditation for Home Care, Inc. and Lori Grifa, a partner at Archer & Greiner. We thought perhaps it would be important to hear from health care service firm representatives that are providing home care services to the elderly and what our views are on the “Chapter 29” proposed rules.
Advaxis bets on immunotherapy: The state’s tax incentives help to support NJ’s biotech companies
As immunotherapy research blossoms as a new cancer treatment, Princeton-based Advaxis is poised for growth.
Study: Hunterdon County residents get most bang for property tax buck
Despite having some of the highest property taxes in the country, there are places in New Jersey where they are a bargain, according to a study by New York City-based financial technology company SmartAsset.