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New Hampshire's Business News for July 26

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Jack Donovan of the Business Finance Authority to retire, Currier Museum names new CEO and director Alan Chong, Keene woman speaks at DNC about heroin and opioid crisis in NH and gas prices continue to drop and stay low
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Top Stories

Unitil experiences second-quarter hurdles but foresees long-term growth

Utility expands gas customer base by 1.5 percent

Long-time BFA head announces retirement

Jack Donovan will leave executive director post at end of year

The Provident Bank touts Depositors Insurance Fund competitive advantage

Granite State customers get access to extended guarantee protection

Venture firm’s summer program hones teens’ tech skills

Wasabi gives graduating high school students a leg up in world of startups

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Events and awards

Business Excellence Awards

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

Nominations are now being accepted!

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Business Advice

Careers yet to be established

Where future talent can best direct their energies, in ways we can’t fathom today

Why you are not unique

By focusing less on what makes us different and more on what makes us the same, we can make strides in business and personal development

Navigating New Hampshire’s new accessory unit law

When SB 146 goes into effect next June, it will limit the authority of municipalities to regulate accessory apartments

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Opinion

Northern Pass: too big to fail?

Clarifying ‘regulatory capture’

Intriguing Senate candidates

If elected, various hopefuls would add flavor to state government

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People

Q&A with ValChoice founder Dan Karr

‘‘Whenever you’re doing something that’s never been done before, it’s not easy,’ says Dan Karr founder of ValChoice, the first online platform that enables consumers to find out which auto insurance companies offer the best value.

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