Jerry Zaro, Chair, Gateway Development Corporation, discusses what will happen to our economy if one of the tubes going from NJ to NY is shut down.
Say the franchisee of a fast food restaurant chain forgot to give workers raises when New Jersey’s minimum wage went up to $10 an hour on July 1. For the franchisee, there would be restitution and probably fines. But what about the fast food corporation? It depends on whether or not they are a joint […]
A new front has opened in the discussion on economic development incentives, and journalist Tom Bergeron is bringing some reality to the discussion. Bergeron, editor and chief content officer of the news website ROI-NJ, recently took a deeper dive on the sale of tax credits that are received in return for creating jobs and investing […]
For the uninitiated, ChamberLink is a partnership between NJBIA and 17 (and counting) local business organizations for the mutual benefit of our member companies. We coordinate our activities, join together in advocacy and offer member pricing to our events for our partners. The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey recently welcomed new leadership […]
“I wanted to be in business,” says Anne Thornton, describing why she left Arkansas for New York City. “I always felt like I would be a good business person, but the world told me I needed to be a secretary, or a teacher, or a nurse.” She didn’t listen to what the world told her […]