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Wayne Hasenbalg addresses NJ Chamber Cornerstone NJ membersWayne Hasenbalg, CEO of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, had lunch with New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Cornerstone members at the Meadowlands Renaissance hotel on October 24 and discussed huge events coming to New Jersey, including the Super Bowl in 2014 and WrestleMania in 2013 – both of which will generate tens of millions of dollars for the Garden State economy.

Roundtable BreakfastNew Jersey state Health Commissioner Mary O'Dowd voiced support for a new federal Medicare program that withholds money from hospitals when too many elderly patients have to be readmitted within a month of being discharged.

At its October meeting, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors elected the following business leaders to its board:

James Carville and Mary Matalin at the NJ Chamber Forum 2012The Obama vs. Romney election is a month away, but a hot topic at the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Forum on Thursday was this: Would Gov. Chris Christie make a legitimate candidate for president in four or eight years?

Sovereign Bank BreakfastNearly seven out of ten New Jersey business executives said they expect their companies' business to improve and more than half expect their companies to hire over the next 12 months, according to a flash survey of 300 business executives conducted Oct. 2 by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and Sovereign Bank.

DEP Commissioner Bob MartinBob Martin, the DEP Commissioner, addressed an audience of about 75 New Jersey Chamber of Commerce members this morning and said his department is working to make the permit process "better and faster" by transforming application methods, putting all applications online for transparency and requiring all DEP employees go through customer service training.

2012-09-12 Hiring Our Heros job fairThe New Jersey Chamber of Commerce was a partner in a group, led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, that produced the Hiring Our Heroes job fair on Sept. 12, an event targeted at helping veterans find jobs once their service is over.

2012-08-22 FahertyBill Faherty was the Garden State's 'Greatest Cheerleader'

William Faherty, the president of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce from 1991 to 1995 and an honorary board member since 1995, has passed away.

Cornerstone NJ event at Revel ResortNew Jersey Chamber of Commerce Cornerstone members were treated to a behind-the-scenes tour of Atlantic City's newest casino hotel, the $2.4 billion oceanfront Revel Resort, and a presentation by Gail Cagle, the executive director of training and performance at the striking resort hotel.

Thomas A BrackenI'd like to congratulate Caren on her 20 years of outstanding public service in the state of New Jersey, and being New Jersey's preeminent economic development leader during her tenure.