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New Hampshire's Business News for May 5

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Net metering cap reached for some, NH community college costs among highest in U.S., I-93 expansion loan deal, Saint Gobain water update, another medical pot dispensary opens
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Top Stories

PC Connection sees first-quarter sales dip

But quarterly income rises 5.6 percent

For some projects, NH’s new net metering cap has nearly been reached

Despite new law, Eversource has less than a megawatt of space for new renewable energy developments

Nonprofits sought for first NH Gives Day

Designed to ‘make charitable giving a community event’

NH businesses urge GOP gubernatorial candidates to pledge against LGBT discrimination

Letter calls on them to denounce laws, vow to veto them

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Events and awards

Executive Series: Cybersecurity

Join us for an educational forum that will address the ever-changing cyber threats and security issues businesses in New Hampshire are faced with everyday.

Event date: Tuesday, May 24 in Manchester.

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Business Advice

Recruiting from within

The wisdom of an internally based succession planning process

Mindfulness: a business art

By increasing self-awareness and slowing down, you can improve creativity and innovation and deepen connections with clients, partners and staff

Strategic planning is messy

A look at the keys for overseeing a successful process

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Opinion

Northern Pass behaving badly

Tying the project to the Balsams redevelopment is divisive and coercive

Providing equal justice for all

The need has never been greater for civil legal services

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NH Business Review Poll

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