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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Recent articles by Michael:

NJ health insurance spikes: 'The bill gets higher and higher, you get less and less'

Ten years ago, New Jersey workers could spend 5.8% of their income on health insurance premiums and deductibles. Now they can spend 10%. → Read More

NJ Obamacare enrollment begins Nov. 1; why are premiums rising again?

New Jersey's Obamacare enrollment begins Nov. 1, and consumers can expect higher premiums as health care prices rise for insurers. → Read More

Johnson & Johnson: 15 new tests of recalled baby powder find no asbestos

Johnson & Johnson, which recalled 33,000 bottles of baby powder, says its own tests found no evidence of asbestos. → Read More

Johnson & Johnson recalls baby powder after FDA test finds bottle contained asbestos

Johnson & Johnson recalled 33,000 bottles of baby powder after an FDA test found one contained asbestos. → Read More

Drug prices: Why won't feds flex power, get better deals, Pallone asks

U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone is pushing a bill that would allow the government to negotiate prices on between 25 and 250 drugs with no generic competitor. → Read More

Was J&J subsidiary a 'public nuisance?' Company seeks to dismiss NJ opioid lawsuit

A Johnson & Johnson subsidiary sought to dismiss New Jersey's lawsuit that is trying to recoup losses from the opioid epidemic. → Read More

International Flavors & Fragrances shows its new home — and digital nose — at Bell Works

International Flavors & Fragrances opened an innovation center at Bell Works in Holmdel, hoping for breakthroughs that will be on store shelves soon. → Read More

Cybersecurity: If your data is hacked, should you pay a ransom?

Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken is the latest to face the choice: Pay a ransom or lose your data. → Read More

Johnson & Johnson hit with $37.3M verdict in NJ talcum powder case

Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay plaintiffs a total of $37.3 million in a case that alleged its talcum powder contained asbestos. → Read More

Visiting Nurse Association to be acquired by Bayada as demand from aging population rises

The Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, which has provided home care in New Jersey for more than 100 years, will be acquired. → Read More

What recession worries? NJ jobless rate at record low, employers scrounge

New Jersey's unemployment rate fell to another record low in July. How long will it last? → Read More

Gov. Murphy signs law repealing 11.6% tax on vacation homes rented by some homeowners

Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law that repeals the tax on short-term rentals that are leased by homeowners with up to two units. → Read More

More money in your pocket? NJ salaries are rising faster than US

Wages in the northern New Jersey region climbed at their fastest pace in more than a decade, data shows, rising 3.9 percent during the past year. → Read More

Asbury Park shooting: Cops investigating at scene

Authorities have confirmed that a shooting took place, but have released few details. → Read More

NJ marijuana: How Middletown's Beth Stavola plans to take cannabis mainstream

Beth Stavola and her sister Julie Winter left successful Wall Street careers to become marijuana moguls. → Read More

Pine Belt Chevrolet boss David Sickel retires after 50 years

David Sickel, the president of Pine Belt Enterprises in Lakewood, is retiring. → Read More

Woman missing during a swim found dead in Highlands in apparent drowning

The body of a woman who went swimming in Highlands was found Sunday morning in an apparent drowning. → Read More

NJ weather: Heat index could reach 115 degrees again Sunday

New Jersey is bracing for another sweltering day on Sunday - and potentially heavy rain on Monday. → Read More

At the Shore, Trump’s backers walk in lockstep, reject ‘racist’ label

Local Trump supporters unchanged by recent Twitter controversy → Read More

Asbury Park shooting: Fast response helped business return to normal

Asbury Park boardwalk stores quickly re-opened after a Fourth of July shooting left two injured. → Read More