NEW BRUNSWICK—Suze Orman, a well-known and often-requested resource on money matters, will be the keynote speaker at the Star-Ledger|NJ.com and TD Bank’s Road to Personal Wealth Financial Conference. Orman will bring her savvy style of straight money talk to the podium at Rutgers University in New Brunswick on Saturday, October 31.
CRANFORD—A representative of SCORE will provide a free seminar entitled “25 Businesses You Can Start with Little or No Money” at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, on Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m.
It’s that time of year again – when people in many parts of the country feel a new chill in the air each morning, and put an extra quilt or blanket on the bed.
Disability is something most people do not like to think about. But the unfortunate reality is this: the chances that you will become disabled are probably far greater than you realize.
CLARK–Sharon Reddin has been appointed regional manager in charge of the Columbia Bank’s North Central Region. In her new position, Reddin assumes responsibility for four Columbia Bank branches in Clark, Colonia, Linden and Woodbridge.
CLARK—Business professionals representing a range of industries gathered at the recent Veterans Business Association (VBA) networking event held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Clark.
MATAWAN – The Provident Bank will open a new branch at 445 Route 34 at Disbrow Road in Matawan on Saturday, Sept. 26.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Researchers at the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP), part of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, are concerned that children from poor and low-income families are being left out of the national conversation about health care reform.
Facebook isn’t just a place to hook up with ex-girlfriends from high school anymore. Companies large and small are now using it for networking and legitimate business tasks. Unfortunately, it can also be a place to hook your company’s network up with some nasty viruses.
NEWARK – New Jersey residents and businesses will pay less for natural gas this winter. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities today approved rate reductions from the state’s four natural gas utilities.