BLACKWOOD, NJ (SBN) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joined New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Sen. Cory Booker Saturday at a rally for First District Democrat…
Software engineer from New Jersey races from Cape Town, South Africa to Fremantle Australia in world in global yacht race
Joining us on SBN Newsmakers to discuss the problem of white supremacist propaganda in New Jersey is Shira Goodman, Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Philadelphia office.
CHERRY HILL, NJ — (SBN) — Financial scams take many sophisticated forms including phishing, spearphishing, vishing and SMishing, according to CyberScout Founder Adam Levin, author of Swiped:…
NJSpotlight’s latest roundtable, “New Jersey’s Clean Energy Future: What’s Next with Electric Vehicles?” was the subject of a multicamera video and an audio podcast produced for NJSpotlight by SBN. The program focused on the need for New Jersey to promote greater adoption of electric vehicles, both for personal and public transportation.
In this episode of the CRE News Hour, we’ll speak with Matt Harding and Melissa Sievwright of retail shopping center firm Levin Management about their pre-holiday survey of retail sentiment, and we’ll have a conversation with Jim Berry, leader of Deloitte’s US real estate practice, about the firm’s 2020 Commercial Real Estate Outlook.
Prologis’ $12B acquisition of Liberty Property Trust, rent control, and a Philadelphia “meet the developers panel” are topics in this week’s CRE News Hour.
On the October 25, 2019 CRE News Hour, guests are Paul Galvin, CEO of SGBlocks; Patrick McGregor of Commercial Cafe; Tatiana O’Sullivan and Chris Griner of the Stroock law firm.
Evesham Township Police have released surveillance video that appears to show a suspect leaving anti-Semitic literature on vehicles in the Marlton Crossings Parking Lot, the second such incident reported in recent weeks.
A special edition of The CRE News Hour featuring a panel discussion sponsored by the Philadelphia chapter of the Urban Land Institute, “From Liability to Asset: Rethinking Commercial Property.”