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Upcoming events & Awards

Business Excellence Awards

These annual awards recognize the imagination, industriousness, innovation and achievements of business owners and operators in New Hampshire.

Meet the 2017 award winners >

2018 BOB Awards

The BOB Awards are an wards program that celebrates the best New Hampshire companies in more than 90 business-to-business categories and are chosen by our readers.

The ballot is now open!

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Top Stories

NH commission to weigh turnpike privatization bid

Consortium submits offer to operate system, add commercial rest stops

NH Senate approves lead remediation bill

Governor says he’ll sign ‘bipartisan, commonsense compromise’

iCAD lays off 21 employees

Nashua-based firm makes move after ending cancer treatment subscription service

Amazon announces Boston, not NH, among top contenders for HQ2

Process sways Sununu to support commuter rail study


NH Business Review Poll

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Business Advice

The risk of member deadlock

There are three main ways two-member LLCs can prevent one

Are we playing with economic fire?

The newly enacted tax cut may bring benefits, but there are risks

Capitalizing on a growing global economy

Four reasons you may want to invest in this expanding marketplace


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Paul O’Leary’s legacy

The distinguished former head of the State Police was a ‘trooper’s trooper’

Beware the bitcoin bubble

Investments in cryptocurrency have become part of a get-rich-quick scheme

The ‘Hoobub and the Grinch’: Northern Pass edition


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Q&A with League of NH Craftsmen Executive Director Miriam Carter

‘Craftspeople run small businesses in every corner of the state,’ says Miriam Carter, a working artist and executive director of the League of NH Craftsmen.

Q&A with zero-waste pioneer Alex Freid

University of New Hampshire alumnus Alex Freid, who founded the Post Landfill Action Network in 2011 while still at UNH, says the growing organization is ‘challenging the models of disposability and planned obsolescence.’


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