The latest news for New Jersey
Personnel and company news – new hires, promotions, awards – from across the state.
A former broker for JPMorgan Chase in New York treated accounts maintained by his clients as his own personal piggy bank — using about $20 million in client money to make unprofitable options trades and even paying down the mortgage on his New Jersey home, according to a federal criminal complaint.
New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority has awarded New York Life Insurance a 10-year, $33.9 million tax credit to move some of its operations from Parsippany to Jersey City.
Ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft could be driven out of New Jersey if a bill lawmakers are considering becomes law.
New Jersey’s House members are seeking hearings on whether the Federal Emergency Management Agency played a role in fraudulently denying or low-balling insurance claims filed by Superstorm Sandy victims.
The IRS' overloaded phone system hung up on more than 8 million taxpayers this filing season as the agency cut millions of dollars from taxpayer services to help pay to enforce President Barack Obama's health law.Read →
Auto insurance rate increases have many customers shopping for a new insurer, but few are actually switching insurers, according to J.D. Power.Read →
Most executives feel that risks to their companies are on the rise, however most companies are generally not meeting these increased risks with improved risk management.Read →