Around the State

June 2006
njbiz;6/26/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p35
Presents news briefs related to business in New Jersey, as of June 2006. Selection of Giants Stadium LLC and Jets Development LLC by Wasserman Media Group to market the naming rights for a new stadium in East Rutherford; Appointment of Mark Syrstad as president and CEO of fabric and crafts retail store, Rag Shops; Overview of the decision of wealth management firm Wilmington Trust to open an office in West Windsor.


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