NEWARK – An executive with global pharmaceuticals giant Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. was arrested this morning on insider trading charges related to allegedly illegal trades he made based on information concerning three of the company’s acquisition targets, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
STATE – A Maplewood man is one of a growing number of former Eagle Scouts who have resigned their rank in protest of the Boy Scouts of America’s continuing opposition to homosexual scouts.
As many as 106 U.S. airports could lose air traffic control service—and effectively be shut down—under automatic spending cuts scheduled to take effect January 2, 2013, according to a new Center for American Progress analysis.
STATE — With fewer than a hundred days left until the presidential election, Barack Obama has a sizable lead over his presumed Republican opponent among New Jersey voters. The President leads Mitt Romney by 13 percentage points (49 to 36%), according to the latest statewide poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind.
I am a gay 21-year-old college student. I am not religious, but I am spiritual. I was not bullied in school, but rather well liked. My family accepts and loves me for who I am, not based on who I love or the lifestyle I live. I have my opinions and beliefs on things, but do not state them when unwarranted.
TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection is reminding residents that harvesting blue claw crabs from the waters of the Lower Passaic River and Newark Bay is dangerous and prohibited.
NEWARK – Authorities arrested and charged a 60-year-old Elizabeth man and two alleged accomplices who are allegedly responsible for a string of six armed bank robberies, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced Tuesday.
TRENTON — The Middlesex County Improvement Authority (MCIA) paid substantial annual bonuses to its upper management that were not provided for in their employment contracts, including a payment of more than $55,000 to the authority’s executive director that raised his stated salary by 30 percent in 2010, an Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) audit has found.