New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has not decided yet to run for president, but he has a big political asset, his one-of-a-kind personality.» Read More
New Jersey has now fallen into single-A category with two of the three major Wall Street credit rating agencies. Standard& Poor's Ratings Services cut New Jersey to A+ last month, citing budget tricks, the state's sizable imbalance, "bullish" revenue assumptions and pressure from growing pension obligations.
NEW YORK, April 23- The board of the Port Authority of New York& New Jersey on Wednesday delayed a scheduled vote on whether to provide $1.2 billion in loan guarantees to World Trade Center developer Larry Silverstein, the latest holdup for the project.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said David Samson of Port Authority has resigned, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the investigation commissioned by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie into the infamous lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.
An internal review by Chris Christie's lawyers into the "Bridgegate" scandal cleared the New Jersey governor of wrongdoing and blamed key staffers.
On Wednesday, some of Adelson's allies in Congress, including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, plan to propose legislation that would do just that.
NEW YORK, March 19- Chevron Corp is seeking $32.3 million in legal fees from Steven Donziger and others who this month who were found by a judge to have used fraud to obtain a multibillion-dollar pollution judgment against Chevron in Ecuador.
March 14- Tesla Motors Inc escalated its war of words with New Jersey on Friday, lambasting a regulatory change approved by the state earlier this week that bars the "green car" company from selling vehicles directly to the public.
March 14- Tesla Motors Inc is studying "judicial remedies" to fight a New Jersey ruling approved this week that bars the electric car maker from selling cars directly to the public in the state.
New Jersey became the third state to ban the company from selling vehicles directly to the public. But the dispute is far from over.
March 11- Elon Musk wants to keep selling electric cars directly to the public in New Jersey, but on Tuesday the state said no, insisting instead that Tesla Motors Inc offer its cars through an auto franchise rather than its own stores. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's administration approved a rule requiring sales of all new cars to go through franchises.
CNBC's John Harwood reports Bridget Kelly, the former top aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, is appearing in court today.
March 11- Tesla Motors Inc said New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's administration was pushing forward with a regulation that would hamper sales in the state by forcing the electric-car company to use dealers instead of selling directly to customers.
CNBC's John Harwood reports the former aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Bridget Kelly, who ordered up the George Washington Bridge access lane closures, is resisting turning over documents to the legislative committee.
Its clients include Barclays Plc, BP, DuPont, GE and Boeing Co, according to its website. Patton Boggs, with about 400 lawyers, is known for its lobbying on Capitol Hill and, most recently, its representation of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie amid the George Washington Bridge scandal.
TRENTON, N.J. Feb 25- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie called for a new round of public pension reform in his fifth state budget proposal on Tuesday but provided no details, while opposition Democrats rejected the idea.
Feb 20- Grover Norquist's trademark cause is fighting high taxes, but the conservative Republican lobbyist just scored a big win on another front- fighting unions- and he wants more, betting on what he sees as a broad shift in U.S. labor politics.
Fresh from helping to crush a unionization drive at a Volkswagen AG plant in Tennessee, Norquist outlined an anti-union strategy that ties labor to liberals, with the long-term goal of sapping union financial support for Democrats.
CNBC’s Sheila Dharmarajan joins Jane Wells in this edition of “Something Completely Different,” an unscripted and fun look at people and things in the news.
The age of the apology is clearly upon us — and it is not just about being polite. It has become de rigueur. NYT reports.