Michael L. Diamond, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Michael L. Diamond

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Neptune Township, NJ, United States

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  • BurlCo Times
  • USA TODAY
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  • wusa9
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Recent articles by Michael:

Kevin Smith expands business empire with Atlantic Highlands movie theater purchase

Filmmaker Kevin Smith is growing his Monmouth County business footprint with the purchase of a historic Bayshore movie theater. → Read More

Six Flags Great Adventure to hire hundreds for annual 'Fright Fest'

Six Flags Great Adventure is searching for ghouls, technicians, makeup artists for annual Fright Fest. → Read More

Hackensack Meridian Health revisiting decision to close child care centers

Facing intense pushback from parents, Hackensack Meridian Health has formed a task force to revisit the decision to close its child care centers. → Read More

NJ private-sector jobs back to pre-COVID levels. But will hiring spree last?

New Jersey added 9,800 jobs and its unemployment remained a low 3.9% in June, a sign that businesses and consumers have continued robust spending. → Read More

Parents scramble as Hackensack Meridian plans to close child care centers

Hackensack Meridian Health plans to close its on-site child care centers at its hospitals at the end of September, the company told parents. → Read More

Asbury Park: Motorist, SUV rescued out of Deal Lake

A man was rescued after driving through a stop sign into Deal Lake in Asbury Park, fire officials said. → Read More

Jersey Mike's Subs hit with nearly $25K in labor law fines over teens working late

The Labor Department said it conducted investigations at Jersey Mike's stores in Freehold, Long Branch, Neptune and Red Bank. → Read More

Why high gas prices might actually be good for Jersey Shore tourism business

As gasoline prices hover near record highs, Jersey Shore businesses say they remain booked, as a beach trip is now the cheapest vacation option. → Read More

With 'pop-up' parties canceled, Jersey Shore towns bask in quiet weekend

'Pop-up' parties planned around the Shore fizzled out after judges ordered them canceled. → Read More

Rising NJ boat fuel prices? Doesn't matter. Boatmakers still overwhelmed by demand

Henriques Yachts, a Berkeley yacht builder now in its 45th year, has enough orders to last for the next two years. How long will the high tide last? → Read More

Higher inflation and interest rates? No problem so far for New Jersey's job market

New Jersey added 14,800 jobs in April as employers shrugged off inflation worries and continued to hire. → Read More

Inflation marches on. Here's where NJ consumers are getting hit the hardest

New Jersey consumers are paying more for gasoline, chicken, bread and even coffee. When will they begin to cut back? → Read More

Therapy with a robot? How AI could help those struggling with mental health

A New Jersey start-up is developing a robot, joining a wave of companies that are using technology to try to ease the mental health crisis. → Read More

First NJ Starbucks votes for union: What does that mean for coffee drinkers?

Starbucks workers in a New Jersey store say they want better working conditions. But how would those changes affect the customers buying the coffee? → Read More

Rutgers Business School placed students in sham jobs to boost ranking, lawsuit says

Rutgers Business School manipulated its job placement data for graduate students, according to a class action lawsuit. → Read More

From Ranney grad to NBA owner, Marc Lore reveals next trick: food delivery with Wonder

Marc Lore has risen to the heights of the tech world thanks in part to the skills he picked up and friends he made while attending the Ranney School. → Read More

Bell Works stars in Apple TV+ 'Severance' as real workers there seek elusive balance

Bell Works in Holmdel is the setting to "Severance" on Apple TV+. Now workers here are trying to make sure life doesn't imitate art. → Read More

NJ summer rentals: Jersey Shore 'COVID bump' ends, but can bargains be found?

If you're looking to rent a summer place at the Jersey Shore, you'd better act fast. Lower inventory and rising utility costs could rive up prices. → Read More

Six Flags Great Adventure offers ride operators up to $20 an hour as job recruiting boils

Six Flags Great Adventure, hoping to hire 4,000 employees for the season, will offer $20 an hour for ride operators who work during its peak times. → Read More

Six Flags Great Adventure offers ride operators up to $20 an hour as job recruiting boils

Six Flags Great Adventure, hoping to hire 4,000 employees for the season, will offer $20 an hour for ride operators who work during its peak times. → Read More