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Pathogend of New Jersey germ-busting business has flu-related sales spike
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CLOSE Lizabeth Cirillo is the owner of Pathogend NJ which decontaminates offices and schools etc for germs. It is getting a lot of demand as a result of the flu epidemic Viorel Florescu/NorthJersey.com Pathogend of New Jersey was launched 10 months ago to offer year-round disinfection of offices, schools and other spaces. Betsy Cirillo, left, […]

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Private New Jersey beach fears state will seize its business : Politics & Policy : WHYY
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Property owners up and down the New Jersey shore have tried many ways to block a protective sand dune project on their land. They complained about of lost views of the ocean; argued that existing dunes or rock walls they built and maintained on their own offer better protection against storms, and even worried about […]

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New Jersey Reports Another 1,272 Coronavirus Cases As Fishing Charter Services, Watercraft Rentals Resume Business – CBS Philly
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TRENTON (CBS/AP) — Fishing boat and watercraft rental services have been cleared to resume at the Jersey Shore Sunday as the state’s coronavirus cases surpass 146,000. New Jersey officials announced an additional 1,272 cases Sunday afternoon, bringing the statewide total to 146,334. There were also another 107 coronavirus-related deaths as the death toll hits 10,356. […]

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News | Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga was featured in an article by Long Island Business News, about women managing partners at CPA firms. | Marcum LLP | Accountants and Advisors | New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, California, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, Illinois, and Washington DC Certified Public Accountants
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LIBN talked to Marcum’s Long Island managing partner, Carolyn Mazzenga, about her path to the top, as well as the challenges the profession faces in retaining top women and developing them into future firm leaders. This content was originally published here.

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Trailer stolen from Myerstown-area business is found in New Jersey
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A 35-foot enclosed trailer that was stolen in a burglary of a Myerstown-area motorsports dealer over the weekend was found abandoned Monday night in Camden, N.J., state police in Lebanon County said this morning. The trailer, which was used to haul off three off-road, side-by-side utility vehicles, or UTVs, was found empty. Including a pickup […]

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New Jersey governor signs pro-business medical cannabis expansion bill
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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday signed a bill to expand the state’s medical marijuana program, a day after his administration announced plans to issue 24 additional MMJ licenses. The expansion plans will offer significant business opportunities Rapid patient enrollment and continuing robust business license activity have translated into high sales. New Jersey’s new […]

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American Dream: can this giant New Jersey mega-mall revive US retail? | Business | The Guardian
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On a dreary Tuesday morning shortly before Christmas, two passengers boarded the 9.30am 355 bus from New York’s Port Authority bus terminal bound for American Dream, the most ambitious new mall to be built in the US in a generation. One was a mall worker who didn’t want to talk to the media; the other […]

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Immigrant Small Business Ownership is a Cornerstone of New Jersey’s Economy | New Jersey Policy Perspective |
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To read a PDF version of this report, click here.  On any given day and in every corner of the state, immigrants – both documented and undocumented – wake up and set out to work at small, local businesses that they themselves own and operate. This follows a nationwide trend, as immigrants are almost twice […]

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