money & business

Dow Inches to Record
The Dow Jones industrial average hit a record on Friday, but without much conviction after a choppy day of trading during which investors couldn't make up their minds whether to buy or sell.
On the Hot Seat
This past winter in New Jersey has helped uncover a laundry list of problems related to some third-party energy suppliers.
Not So Super
A new ParenteBeard-New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Business Climate Survey reveals that Garden State business leaders don't want another Super Bowl in East Rutherford.
U.S. Economy Still Weak
Speaking to a Joint Economic Committee of Congress on Wednesday, Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said the U.S. economy is improving, but areas like hiring and housing are still lagging.
All Cuts on the Table
There is an $807 million shortfall in the current year's budget and the Fiscal Year ends in less than two months. How does Gov. Chris Christie's administration plan to plug that gap?
Worried About Spending
Last year, New Jersey business leaders cited burdensome regulations as their top concern in the annual New Jersey Business Climate Survey conducted by the State Chamber of Commerce and ParenteBeard. The newest poll released Wednesday revealed that business leaders are now most worried about consumer…

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