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New Hampshire's Business News for August 26

A look at today's top business headlines, including: SAT scores improve statewide, who's leading the cash race for governor, two NH Macy's stores could close, Gary Johnson visits NH and Anheuser-Busch to cut jobs
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Top Stories

Conference to focus on the economic success of ‘welcoming' communities

Event will probe how more inclusive policies can attract workers, spark growth

Is the housing crisis hurting NH’s economy?

BIA luncheon to look at workplace impacts of availability

River Valley Community College president resigns

Harvey-Smith to take post at Texas college

Performance Sports Group shelves shareholders meeting

Exeter company cites delays in filing financial statements

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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

Making them afraid to win

When ‘failure is not an option,’ guess what happens?

Grit and your inner cowboy

Learning how to bounce back when things don’t go your way

Defining a tech ecosystem: tech companies vs. tech workers

The search for a detailed picture of skills needs and gaps

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Opinion

Trump’s tax return secrecy keeps voters in the dark

Returns have been readily available for examination for almost 40 years – until this year, when Donald Trump refused

A summer spent rewriting history

The governor’s claims about the state budget don’t match the reality

The facts about ‘rooftop solar’

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People

Q&A with BIA Chair Val Zanchuk

"Whether you’re in manufacturing or hospitality, it’s hard to find people with the skills you need," says Val Zanchuk, president of Graphicast in Jaffrey and a leading advocate for workforce development in New Hampshire.

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