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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!

More information >>

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Top Stories

Executive councilor raises concerns over financial risk of FirstNet opt out

Governor’s legal counsel assures safeguards are being evaluated

Republicans reject business tax breaks in NH Senate panel vote

Lawmakers recommend sending to study bills to aid startups, workforce programs

Hassan leads effort to delay net neutrality vote

But FCC chair rebuffs letter sent by 28 senators

Sununu says he wants state to opt out of FirstNet

Announcement would make New Hampshire first state to go it alone on first responder communications network


NH Business Review Poll

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Business Advice

Top 10 issues facing real estate

From political polarization to the changing health care industry, there’s a lot to think about

More #MeToo advice for New Hampshire employers

The movement shines a light on the unfortunate realities that can exist in the workplace

How to ruin a business

What’s going on in the NFL offers several object lessons


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Taking on money in politics

Campaign finance reform is needed, now more than ever

Of electric bills and healthcare

Better oral health = better overall health

Dental hygienists play a key role in health care


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Q&A with Eastern Bank NH Regional President Joe Reilly

After 40 years in the banking business, longtime New Hampshire banker Joe Reilly will be retiring from the industry at the end of December.

Q&A with State Sen. David Watters

State Sen. David Watters, D-Dover: ‘I have found in New Hampshire that businesses and industries and their lobbyists in Concord want to find ways to work together.’


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