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Monday Morning Business Blitz with Anjalee Khemlani

September 17, 2018

Edison, NJ -  Get ready for the week ahead.  Click here to listen to a roundup of the top stories impacting Edison's business community, brought to you by Anjalee Khemlani in her weekly podcast. 

Anjalee Khemlani is a Managing Editor at ROI-NJ, a leading business news publication in the Garden State. She is an award-winning journalist covering ...

Domino's Pizza Opens New Jersey Supply Chain Center in Edison

Edison, NJ - Domino's Pizza held the grand opening of its New Jersey Supply Chain Center in Edison.  The facility is over 180,000 square feet and can store over 40,000 trays of dough balls.  According to the company, the center will employ 150 people in the area.  It is the largest Domino’s supply chain center in the United States.

Domino's Pizza CEO ...

Monday Morning Business Blitz with Anjalee Khemlani

Edison, NJ -  Get ready for the week ahead.  Click here to listen to a roundup of the top stories impacting Edison's business community, brought to you by Anjalee Khemlani in her weekly podcast. 

Anjalee Khemlani is a Managing Editor at ROI-NJ, a leading business news publication in the Garden State. She is an award-winning journalist covering ...

Gov. Murphy Uses Community Kitchen in $15 Minimum Wage Push

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Gov. Phil Murphy stood at a press conference in city Elijah's Promise Community Kitchen on Thursday to once again state his goal of raising the minimum wage in New Jersey to $15 an hour.

"We've seen study after study that shows there is no magic in what is now $8.60-an-hour (the current minimum wage). In Middlesex County, someone working full time for ...

NJ Reentry Program Expands, Helping Woman, Minorities, Veterans

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Reentry, the program that former Gov. Jim McGreevey started to help recently released inmates obtain housing and employment, is now moving to assist a large segment of society with training for and placement in jobs in construction trades through a program called NJBuild.

At ceremonies Thursday marking the opening of the NJBuild office in New Brunswick, McGreevey said the ...

Monday Morning Business Blitz with Anjalee Khemlani

Edison, NJ -  Get ready for the week ahead.  Click here to listen to a roundup of the top stories impacting Edison's business community, brought to you by Anjalee Khemlani in her weekly podcast. 

Anjalee Khemlani is a Managing Editor at ROI-NJ, a leading business news publication in the Garden State. She is an award-winning journalist covering ...

Asian American Retailers Attend Annual Trade Show

Edison, NJ – The Asian American Retailers Association held its annual tradeshow at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison.  The event was attended by thousands of retailers, primarily owners of convenience stores, gas stations and liquor stores from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania according to the organization. Nearly 190 vendors exhibited their products and ...

Monday Morning Business Blitz with Anjalee Khemlani

Edison, NJ -  Get ready for the week ahead.  Click here to listen to a roundup of the top stories impacting Edison's business community, brought to you by Anjalee Khemlani in her weekly podcast. 

Anjalee Khemlani is a Managing Editor at ROI-NJ, a leading business news publication in the Garden State. She is an award-winning journalist covering business ...

Despite Concerns From Local Businesses, Edison Council Approves Food Allergy Ordinance

Edison, NJ - On Wednesday, the Edison Council approved a food allergen ordinance, proposed by Councilman Samip Joshi.  In a meeting that lasted over 4 hours, the Council heard testimony from dozens of Edison’s restauranteurs, hoteliers, banquet facilities, and convenience stores, who requested the governing body receive input  from impacted businesses prior to passing the ...

Proposed Food Allergy Ordinance Is Unreasonable and Infeasible Says Business Community

Edison, NJ – Councilman Samip Joshi has introduced an ordinance that will require all food service operators including restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, hospitals, nursing facilities, convenience stores, delis, and caterers  to label all major food allergens on their menus.   However, business and industry leaders are pushing back on the proposal, citing key deficiencies in ...

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