Business & Finance

January 21, 2019

NEW JERSEY -- With almost 25 percent of all American adults having no retirement savings or pension, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on “Best States to Retire” list for 2019. To the surprise of few people, New Jersey ranked among the most worst, landing at No. 46 among ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – A plan to create a Walmart “Supercenter” in Ledgewood entails more than just retrofitting and expanding the current structure. It will require starting from scratch, according to public records. In documents filed with the Roxbury Planning Board, developers converting the former ...

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MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Honeywell Corporation, which is ranked #77 on the Fortune 500 list of the country's largest US-based corporations, is moving to North Carolina and when it does it will take 750 local jobs with it.   This is happening less that one year after Gov. Phil Murphy included massive ...

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DENVILLE, NJ – Small Business Saturday is Nov. 24, and the Downtown Denville Business Improvement District is geared up for success. Its Small Business Saturday Passport Contest provides incentive to shop downtown that day. Patrons are encouraged to obtain a passport from select Downtown ...

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FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- The board of directors of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of Meghan Hunscher as their new chamber president effective January 1, 2019. Hunscher currently services as executive director of the Morris County Economic Development Corporation ...

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FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- Four local business leaders and Morris County Administrator John Bonanni were honored this week by the Morris County Chamber of Commerce at its annual Economic Outlook Luncheon on Oct. 24 at the Park Savoy Estate in Florham Park. Casey Carpenter, founder of the Sales ...

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DENVILLE, NJ -- The Downtown Denville Business Improvement District (BID) elected its Board of Directors for 2019 at its most recent public meeting, held at Denville Townhall on October 23. Tom Dean of Norman Dean Funeral Home, Megan Olenowski of Sisters and Surprises in Store, and Kristin Pamperin ...

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DENVILLE, NJ – Less than one week ago, Denville Mayor Thomas Andes welcomed Butter & Velvet Home with a ribbon-cutting on Oct. 4. Owned and operated by sisters Kelly Daab and Michaeline Fernandez, the home and design store is the newest business to open shop on Broadway. Formerly located on ...

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FLORHAM PARK, NJ - Morris County Chamber of Commerce President Paul Boudreau will retire on Dec. 31 and the chamber board has retained a search firm and formed a search committee to find a replacement, said Jack Miller, chairman of the chamber's board of directors. Boudreau has been president of ...

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When Albert Perri was discharged from the U.S. Army almost 50 years ago - after, according to family lore, a chance meeting with singer Elvis Presley while Perri was stationed in Germany - he began working in the heating and air conditioning industry. In 1971, Perri elected to branch off in that ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Atlantic Health System welcomed their youngest team members to "Take Your Child To Work Day 2018" These future leaders learned everything from lifesaving CPR to how “pet therapy” helps the healing process. Along with a great day of fun and learning, the children got to meet and ...

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SUMMIT, NJ - Atlantic Health System’s Overlook Medical Center received the Employer of the Year Award from the New Jersey chapter of the Association of People Supporting Employment First (NJ APSE) during the Facing the Future 26 Conference on transition and employment. The Association of People ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- At the corner of Middlebury Blvd and Canfield Ave, a pristine new building has just opened its doors to help serve the childcare needs of the Randolph community. Primrose School of Randolph held their first ever classes on Jan 2, and is currently hosting tours and enrolling ...

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