Panasonic Corp. of North America on Friday celebrated its 50th anniversary
Cory Home Delivery received a special honor from its home state of New Jersey this week, as it was proclaimed one of two winners of the "New Jersey Family Business of the Year" award for 2008.
Legislators in New Jersey have proposed a measure that would extend traditional “lemon law” protections to customers purchasing consumer electronics. A-3978, also known as the Consumer Electronics Warranty Lemon Law, unanimously passed an Assembly committee last week. The idea behind the legislation, its sponsors said in a statement to PoliticsNJ.com, is that because some consumers spend thousands of dollars per year on electronics, they deserve the same sort of protections that car owners do. To avoid prosecution under the proposed law, sellers would have to meet several criteria: Replace items that could not be repaired after three attempts; refund defective items; provide at-home