You can go (at) home again...as Craiglist founder Craig Newmark proves with Grow It Green Morristown
Craig Newman, founder of Craigslist, renews his ties with his home town of Morristown, providing a composting toiler to the Early Street Community Garden.
As Old Computer Monitors and Electronics Pile Up, Environmental Risk Grows
New Jersey's effort to safely dispose of old TVs and computer monitors is in danger of collapsing, according to electronic waste recyclers. There is legislation (S-2973) pending before the state Senate to address the problem but neither manufacturers nor recyclers are convinced it will fix so-called e-waste recycling.
JPMorgan Awarded $188M N.J. Tax Break to Move to Jersey City
JPMorgan Chase Bank will receive $188 million in tax credits over 10 years to move more than 2,000 jobs from New York to Jersey City. New Jersey's Economic Development Authority on Thursday approved the $18.8 million-a-year, $8,734 per job corporate tax incentive to entice the financial giant across the Hudson River. Most of the jobs will be in tech.
NYSE Insists It Was Not Victim of a Hack, but Questions Remain
A plaque outside the New York Stock Exchange’s $600 million Mahwah, New Jersey data center, surrounded by sycamore trees, touts the 400,000-square-foot facility as “the most technologically advanced financial marketplace in the world.” It’s also the back-up site of the world’s largest stock exchange by both market capitalization and trading value, with listed companies valued at…
Jersey City receives $1 million investment for job training from JPMorgan Chase
Jersey City officials announced today that JPMorgan Chase has invested $1 million dollars to provide skill-based job training for residents over the next two years. The investment is part of JPMorgan Chase's "New Skills at Work" initiative,