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New Hampshire's Business News for June 23

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Hassan signs business tax changes into law, state agencies investigating failed LaconiaFest, mixed-use project at former Macy’s site gets a new name, Annie Kuster speaks out about personal experiences with sexual assault, the strange story behind Trump’s $35,000 payment to a fictional NH ad agency
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Top Stories

Largest Planet Fitness shareholder to sell 10m shares

San Francisco private equity firm will still retain majority of stock

Governor signs business tax measures into law

Says measures add to ‘tax-friendly environment’

Mixed-use project at former Macy’s site gets a new name

Dallas-based developer renames development Market and Main

Lawyers, professionals reap over $50 million in GTAT bankruptcy

Price tag could make it the most expensive case in NH history

Income inequality study places New Hampshire 31st in nation

Report says top 1 percent earns 17.9 times more than the bottom 99 percent

State pulls plug on NH Certificate of Need board

But some limits on new health care construction remain

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Business Advice

The high cost of ignoring employee wellness

An effective program is a highly effective tool to reduce financial bleeding

Never sell yourself short

When it comes to your sales potential, you are worth of exactly what you believe you are, not a penny more and not a penny less

5 ‘best practices’ for mobile device management

Although there’s no magic answer, following these will lead you in the right direction

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Opinion

‘Public’ bank is a risk not worth taking

Bill to establish a state-owned bank raises plenty of concerns

A challenge to Councilor Wheeler

Why I’m running for Executive Council in District 5

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People

Q&A with PUC Consumer Advocate Donald Kreis

‘The most emphatic position that I’ve taken since becoming consumer advocate is staunch opposition to the idea of forcing electric consumers to double down on natural gas for paying for 20 years of firm pipeline capacity,’ says Public Utilities Commission Consumer Advocate Donald Kreis.

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