- Friday, August 22, 2014
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Cornerstone members heard an exclusive breakfast presentation on Aug. 22 by some of the Christie administration's key advisors, including Greg Acquaviva, chief of staff to the lieutenant governor; Amy Cradic, the governor's deputy chief of staff for policy; Nick DiRocco, senior counsel in Gov. Christie's counsel's office; Regina Egea, director of the administration's authorities unit; and Matt McDermott, director of appointments.
Sinatra, Streep, Berra, and Edison Are Winners in the ParenteBeard - N.J. Chamber ‘Best of New Jersey’ Survey
- Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Business Leaders Chose their Favorite Singers, Movie Stars, Athletes and More
This summer, New Jersey business leaders – presidents, CEOs and senior executives – took on some of the state's prime pop culture questions, and named the Garden State's best native and adopted sons and daughters in entertainment and sports.
Sen. Cory Booker to N.J. Chamber Cornerstone Members: A Strong U.S. Economy is Vital to Our Nation's Security
- Friday, July 25, 2014
When U.S. Sen. Cory Booker addressed a group of New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Cornerstone members in Trenton on July 25, he touched on issues ranging from fiscal policy in Congress, the Middle East, the Affordable Care Act and America's standing in an increasingly competitive world.
- Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Business leaders and legislators appeared on the State House steps this morning to warn that a proposal to increase income taxes would hurt New Jersey's economy and job growth - essentially chasing high-income earners, and the taxes they pay, to more tax friendly states like Florida and Pennsylvania.
- Thursday, June 12, 2014
Hundreds of business leaders, legislators and state department heads packed the galleries and the outdoor pavilions of the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton on June 12 for the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's 17th Annual Open House. It was the second consecutive year the event was held away from our Trenton offices - a result of the growing popularity of the event. As always, there was great food, drink and ample networking opportunities for everyone.
- Friday, May 16, 2014
Neither of them said they necessarily supported an increase to the state gas tax. But both Assemblymen Gary Schaer, chair of the Assembly Budget Committee, and Declan O'Scanlon, the committee's ranking Republican, said a gas tax hike alone wouldn't answer the need to raise $1.6 billion for annual maintenance and improvements to the state's highways, bridges and mass transportation.
Survey: Business Leaders Are Down on Obamacare, Concerned About Consumer Spending, and Don't Want Another Super Bowl in N.J.
- Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Government Regulations Are No longer the Top Concern for Executives
Business leaders are down on Obamacare, concerned about consumer spending, and they don't want New Jersey to host another Super Bowl, according to the latest ParenteBeard-New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Business climate survey.
- Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Democratic Assemblyman Gordon M. Johnson, Republican Assembly Anthony M. Bucco, and commercial lawyer Ted Zangari all sung the praises of the state's new economic incentives designed to lure companies to New Jersey, during a New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Roundtable on Growing Jobs and the Economy in Monroe on April 29.
- Tuesday, April 22, 2014
The 77th Annual Walk to Washington and Congressional Dinner on April 22 and 23, 2014 brought to Washington a who's who of New Jersey business and government leaders, all of whom participated in what NJBIZ newspaper has called "a massive mobile networking event" and The Star-Ledger called "a longstanding Jersey tradition."
- Friday, April 4, 2014
U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez may be banned from Russia, but he was welcomed to a recent luncheon for members of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Cornerstone members in Iselin.
The ranking senator from New Jersey, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, spoke candidly on a wide range of topics during a question and answer session with Cornerstone members, including relations with Russia, Middle East peace talks, Sandy recovery, the federal income tax rate, transportation funding and working with Sen. Cory Booker.
- N.J. Chamber President Bracken Urges Business Owners to Get Involved in New Effort to Promote Pro-Growth Agenda
- State Treasurer Briefs N.J. Chamber Members on Proposed State budget
- NJ Chamber's Twitter Account Named Among Top 10 in the State
- The 77th Annual Walk to Washington and Congressional Dinner is Postponed