New Gov. Phil Murphy will attend this year's New Jersey Chamber of Commerce dinner in Washington.
Murphy, along with U.S. Sens. Cory Booker and Robert Menendez, D-N.J., and Rep. Chris Smith, R-4th Dist., the dean of the state's congressional delegation, are the featured speakers at the event's 81 congressional dinner March 1.
Within a matter of weeks, New Jersey and at least two neighboring states may be going to court to officially challenge the federal tax-code overhaul that was recently enacted by President Donald Trump. At the heart of the case that's now being organized is a new policy that caps a longstanding federal write-off for state and local taxes.
Bernie Flynn, the longtime head of New Jersey Manufacturers and a respected business leader known for his relentless efforts to raise the profile of the state, announced his retirement Friday afternoon, effective April 27.
Gov. Phil Murphy has been busy in his first days in office, signing executive orders at a pace of nearly one a day since his inauguration. That may seem like a lot, but remember, his predecessor, Gov. Chris Christie, signed eight executive orders on his second day in office.
Here’s a look at four recent orders of importance to the business community — with reaction.
"I ain’t settling for just getting by/I’ve had enough so-so for the rest of my life.”
The words from Sugarland’s song “Settlin’” popped into my head as I listened to Gov. Phil Murphy’s inaugural address Tuesday.
No one should settle for where New Jersey is today. With the advantages and assets our state enjoys, New Jersey’s economy should be one of the strongest and most robust in the nation, offering opportunities to all of our citizens that are second to none.
Richard S. Mroz, president of the state Board of Public Utilities since 2014, discussed New Jersey's Energy Master Plan and… Read More