Tag: business

What CEOs know but Murphy doesn’t | Wirths

By Assemblyman Hal Wirths _ Gov. Murphy penned an editorial this past Sunday in the Star-Ledger celebrating the Business Roundtable, a group comprised of CEOs of the nation’s major companies, after they changed their mission statement to focus on the betterment of Read More

Another Corporate HQ Is Bolting Phil Murphy’s N.J. For Georgia

HOBOKEN, N.J. – Newell Brands is leaving Hoboken, New Jersey. “The company announced its decision to move its corporate headquarters to Atlanta, Georgia, in order to facilitate a stronger connection between senior leaders and the operations of the business, and Read More

ANALYSIS: New Jersey’s year-to-date income tax revenue is missing the mark

MORRISTOWN, NJ – A balanced revenue stream is important for any family, business, or… state. It’s one of the many reasons why New Jersey is in such deep trouble. _  On Thursday, the New Jersey Department of the Treasury released Read More

ANALYSIS: New Jersey’s toxic business climate reaches “extreme outlier status”

TRENTON, N.J. – The FY 2020 budget debate is officially underway, Save Jerseyans, and new spending (and taxes hikes) are probably in our future. Andrew Musick of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association testified before the legislature on Thursday Read More

SPADEA: New apprentice mandates will raise your taxes

By Bill Spadea This post originally appeared at NJ 101.5 _ Enough already. Now the government in Trenton wants to require all public works contractors participating in Union approved apprentice programs. The intended consequence here would be to drive up costs Read More

Business group complains Murphy’s Goldman Sachs tenure “leaves him with little understanding of the everyday challenges”

TRENTON, N.J. – Is Governor Phil Murphy out of touch? On the eve of his first-ever ‘State of the State’ address, on leading business group believes that’s the case.  _ “Gov. Murphy wants to grow government and previously proposed a Read More