Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. New Jersey articles below.
The Canada-based company will build a new packaging product manufacturing plant in Piscataway, NJ, creating 120 jobs.
After a decade-long delay, the nation's most-important infrastructure project—the Gateway Hudson River rail tunnel—finally may be getting underway.
New high tech high school and workforce development center will provide businesses easier access to a well-trained and highly skilled workforce.
The SaaS company will join a collection of top-tier technology companies by moving its headquarters to the redesigned landmark building in Holmdel, NJ.
The specialty generic pharmaceutical company is expanding its manufacturing and R&D complex in Buena, NJ, with the potential to create up to 200 jobs.
The Global Biotech Industry is the focus of Business Facilities' March/April 2016 issue, along with our annual Economic Development Awards. Plus, a look at the Aerospace Industry.
Innovation hubs and logistics are the focus of Business Facilities September/October issue, plus reports on Indiana, New Jersey, Texas, North Carolina, California.
The Garden State offers a “brain trust” with a highly skilled and educated workforce that makes it easy to recruit top talent.
Six projects approved for Grow NJ tax credits are associated with the creation of over 645 new jobs, the retention of more than 550 jobs at risk of leaving the state, and private investment of more than $313 million.
New Jersey Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno discusses the Garden State's growing biotech/pharma industry and workforce training programs.
A report on one state's use of huge tax credits to lure or retain businesses provokes some thoughts on diminishing returns.
Old-school automakers are circling their dealership wagons in a last line of defense against Tesla.
As Amazon aims to fill our skies with mini-drones, the Supreme Court brings it down to Earth on sales tax collections.
The report cards are in for the Superstorm Sandy recovery and the grade is "incomplete" as misery continues for thousands who have lost their homes or businesses.
After Mother Nature's big wakeup call, the realization is growing that today's disaster recovery must prepare us to meet future cataclysms.
Governor Jon Corzine is making a major effort to turn urban blight into a "gold mine" for companies relocating to big cities.