The fiscal future of New Jersey is fragile and, as such, will challenge those who want to fund ongoing programs, and make needed infrastructure improvements.
The best source of funds is your customers. If you have customers and, better yet, a growing stream of profitable customers, you will have no end to capital.
New Jersey needs more growth companies to bring in wealth from around the world.
By all measurements, the publishing industry is enduring its own edition of an Anthropocene: unprecedented, multidimensional change.
Most of us focus on the day-to-day sales and profits of companies that have a total activity of about $21 trillion — the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The other “economy” is the Asset Economy — stocks, real estate, bonds, and assets that may increase in value — perhaps $280 trillion in total U.S. market value — 13 times the GDP. This is where the real money is made.
The Trump administration has its head in the sand on climate change, so it is up to individual states to take the lead in responding to the enormous threat of climate change.
On March 5 Governor Phil Murphy delivered a budget speech outlining his vision for the upcoming fiscal year. Absent from the governor’s list of priorities was his prior commitment to fully fund the Civic Information Consortium.
"It’s the wild west” is the phrase I often heard from investors in cannabis.
I like companies that accrue cash, eschew debt, and have a vision. Home decor retailer Kirkland’s fits those criteria, but will need to find a way to improve profitability.
Scientists call a haptic-enhanced experience “immersive.” The name of the leading haptic development company is Immersion Corporation.