Below is a small sample of the nearly 4,000 letters sent to legislators, through NJBIA, opposing the $15 minimum wage bill. “Please vote against raising the Minimum Wage to $15.00. As a small business owner, this would adversely affect our business. The immediate impact would be a reduction in work force. We would not be […]
The New Jersey State Supreme Court today ruled the National Football League did not violate New Jersey’s ticket brokering law when it did not make at least 95 percent of tickets to Super Bowl XLVIII, played at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands, available for sale to the general public. NJBIA filed an amicus brief, supporting […]
A new Kaspersky Lab report says one third of healthcare organization employees it surveyed had experienced a ransomware attack – and not for the first time. The cybersecurity firm commissioned Opinion Matters to survey 1,758 employees of U.S. and Canadian healthcare organizations. Among those reporting ransomware attacks, more than 80 percent admitted knowledge of up […]
Bob Gordon, Commissioner, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and former state senator discusses the goal of making New Jersey 100 percent dependent on renewable energy by 2050 on Caucus New Jersey with Steve Adubato.
An op-ed signed by nine of the top business groups in New Jersey presents a united front in opposition to a tax increase that would impact only New Jersey’s air carriers. The group, which includes NJBIA, said the full 4-cents-per-gallon tax rate would hurt New Jersey’s competitiveness and increase the cost of travel, whether for […]