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AAC&U Survey Finds Employers Value Liberal Arts Skills – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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AAC&U Survey Finds Employers Value Liberal Arts Skills A new study by the the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ finds that employers believe a liberal education – or preparation for more than a specific job — provides knowledge and skills that are important for career success. In the report, “How College Contributes to Workforce […]

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New Jersey House Considers Removing Taxes on Sound Money | IT Business Net
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CHARLOTTE, NC / ACCESSWIRE / April 8, 2021 / A representative in the Garden State believes that taxing real money is wrong and he hopes to do something about it. Introduced by Representative Ronald Dancer (12-R), Assembly Bill 5285 exempts sales of investment metal bullion and certain investment coins from the sales and use tax […]

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Fast Small Business Startup Loans & Grants in New Jersey
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There are over 750,000 small businesses in New Jersey, making it one of the top states in the country for entrepreneurship. The increasing number of business owners throughout the state and America in general has caused a significant rise in business loan applications. Business loans are essential for building a company and improving its sales. […]

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Murphy Announces Updates on Indoor Sports Gatherings, Self-Service Food Restrictions – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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Gov. Phil Murphy and State Police Superintendent Colonel Patrick Callahan have announced an administrative order which adjusts gathering limits for non-professional and non-collegiate indoor sports activities. The adjustment clarifies that athletes, coaches, up to two parents and guardians per participating athlete under the age of 21, and other individuals necessary for the practice or competition […]

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Stephen Sigmund Discusses Impact of the Gateway Project on NJ & NY with Steve Adubato – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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Stephen Sigmund Discusses Impact of the Gateway Project on NJ & NY with Steve Adubato Apr07,2021 By Steve Adubato speaks with Stephen Sigmund, chief of Public Outreach, Gateway Program Development Corporation, about the importance of the Gateway Project and its impact on the region, the Biden administration’s support for Gateway, and the London Bridge report. […]

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US Treasury Secretary Calls for Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate  – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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US Treasury Secretary Calls for Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate  Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is calling for a global minimum corporate tax rate to help offset any disadvantages that arise from the Biden administration’s proposed increase in the U.S. corporate tax rate to fund infrastructure improvements, national news outlets reported today.  In a speech to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs today, Yellen said the Biden administration would work with […]

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Business Leaders Offer Recommendations for NJ’s Federal Relief Aid – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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Several thoughts were offered by business leaders on Monday on how to best use the $6.4 billion in federal aid coming to New Jersey via the American Rescue Plan. But whether it was a commitment to non-recurring spending, assistance for minority-owned businesses and nonprofits, debt savings, or investments in education and infrastructure, one common request […]

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AIA New Jersey Member Firm Ignarri Lummis Celebrates 100 Years in Business – AIA-NJ
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April 6, 2021 AIA New Jersey Member Firm Ignarri Lummis Celebrates 100 Years in Business As one of the oldest architectural firms in New Jersey, Ignarri Lummis Architects celebrated their 100th anniversary this March. In March of 1921, the firm opened under the name Lackey and Hettel after principals Benjamin Lackey and Norman Hettel. Over […]

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New Jersey wedding venues look forward to business getting back to normal as COVID restrictions ease – ABC7 New York
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Sixteen years ago, John Nagel made an investment that paid off – transforming a restaurant and nightclub into the now famous and elegant Spring Lake Manor, a premier catering venue for weddings, showers and charity fundraisers. This content was originally published here.

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Lightbridge’s Falzarano: COVID Mandates Force Childcare Centers to Turn Families Away – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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Guy Falzarano, founder & CEO of Lightbridge Franchising Co. As more parents return to reopened workplaces, childcare centers are bumping up against state COVID-19 operating restrictions that limit the number of children enrolled, forcing centers to turn families away, according to the CEO of the franchising company for Lightbridge Academy childcare centers. “The childcare industry […]

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