Despite Positive Reports, Job Market Still Struggling [AUDIO]
The national unemployment rate dropped, and hiring spiked, but it’s not all good news for the unemployed.
Who Can Replace Asm. Alex DeCroce? [AUDIO]
As legislators on both sides of the aisle continue to mourn the loss of Assembly Republican Leader Alex DeCroce, they must also deal with the fact that business goes on in Trenton.
NJ Attacks Steroid Use Among Students [VIDEO]
A bill to discourage steroid use among student athletes received final legislative approval Monday, and now heads to Governor Chris Christie’s desk.
Gov. Christie Urges Sick Pay Reform Again [VIDEO]
Governor Chris Christie visited a private residence in New Brunswick Wednesday to discuss his reform proposal for public employee sick pay.
Time to Ask Again – Christie for VP? [VIDEO]
Following a narrow win for Mitt Romney in the Iowa Republican presidential caucuses, the spotlight is once again on Governor Chris Christie.
Can The Automotive Industry Make A Comeback? [AUDIO]
Before the economic meltdown in 2008, new car dealers in the Garden State were selling about 500,000 new cars and light trucks each year.
Yellow Dot Program Coming to NJ? [AUDIO]
A measure moving through the state legislature would assist emergency care workers at the scene of motor vehicle accidents and other road emergencies.
Kick Off the New Year With A Hike [AUDIO]
You most likely have plans for New Years’ Eve, but what about New Year’s Day?
Survey: Online Shoppers Want More Info, Availability [AUDIO]
What do you look for most when shopping online? ForeSee’s 2011 Holiday E-Retail Satisfaction Index said consumers this year were not as interested in discounted prices as they were in the past.
Will The Consumer Confidence Last? [POLL]
The New York-based Conference Board said its Consumer Confidence Index rose ten points to 64.5 in December, following another big increase in November.