April-17 2015

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Six NH projects awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits

Six NH projects awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits

Funds will support 170 units of new affordable housing, preserve nearly 100 more
New event puts sustainability at center stage

New event puts sustainability at center stage

Sustainability Slam to promote innovative enviro, workplace initiatives
Gains seen in negative equity picture

Gains seen in negative equity picture

Number of underwater Manchester-Nashua homes falls to 7,863
Can New England regain the good jobs?

Can New England regain the good jobs?

Recent trends toward recapturing manufacturing jobs are not pretty
Minute Men paints the town green

Minute Men paints the town green

Painting company not only uses but also tests paints with non-toxic, environmentally friendly claims
Land use regulation, codes and business planning

Land use regulation, codes and business planning

Attention to the codes and rules governing the use of property will help avoid a time-consuming dispute
The challenges of tackling campus rape, harassment

The challenges of tackling campus rape, harassment

Getting it wrong can have harsh implications for students, parents and schools alike
Employee verification roulette, by the rules

Employee verification roulette, by the rules

Strategies for effectively ensuring prospective employees are authorized to work in the U.S.

Security study: Ditch the username and password

Dartmouth, WWPass partnership identifies greatest risk factors for data breaches
Defending the corporate network from cybercrime

Defending the corporate network from cybercrime

Networks are increasingly being exposed to a variety of attacks that have the potential to lead to a data breach, network disruption, compromise of sensitive data or theft
Secure connectivity in the age of the teleworker

Secure connectivity in the age of the teleworker

Working from home requires a different set of guidelines and requirements than working from an office
“What have you been reading?” New and recommended

“What have you been reading?” New and recommended

What is in a book generally is more meaningful than what you find on the average night on the tube, no matter how many hundreds of channels you get

We can, and must, do better than House budget plan

Cutting critical parts of the state budget does not reduce the needs of seniors any more than cutting a family’s food budget makes anyone less hungry
Content strategy: What it is and why you need it

Content strategy: What it is and why you need it

It speaks to both day-to-day detail and the big picture

We must strengthen, expand N.H.’s clean tech sector

The technology is here already – we simply have to put it to work for the economy

Opposition to proposed gas pipeline is misguided

Our current energy situation is untenable, and it must be addressed
Preparing your career for a binary star economy

Preparing your career for a binary star economy

Globalization and digitization are modifying the way we live, and therefore how we work
Do your ‘Now Hiring’ signs point toward inclusion?

Do your ‘Now Hiring’ signs point toward inclusion?

Entrepreneurs Ali Faraz and Ali Shaikh have a commitment to hiring, training and supporting a diverse workforce that reflects their target customer base

The cost of denying breastfeeding accommodation

SB 219 seeks to clarify employer obligations by putting the context of several federal and state laws all in one place
Q&A with personal finance journalist Ron Lieber

Q&A with personal finance journalist Ron Lieber

‘The best way to protect young people is to arm them with all the information they need,’ says Ron Lieber, ‘Your Money’ columnist for The New York Times and author of ‘The Opposite of Spoiled,’ an effort to demystify the challenge parents face when speaking about money with children of all ages.
 What constitutes compensable ‘working time’?

What constitutes compensable ‘working time’?

The U.S. Supreme Court recently provided some clarity regarding whether employees must be compensated for select employer-mandated activities
Money mentoring lessons from Benjamin Franklin

Money mentoring lessons from Benjamin Franklin

More Americans, especially younger Americans, are practicing more self-reliance and embracing the sharing economy with enthusiasm
Cartoon for the Week of April 17

Cartoon for the Week of April 17

It won’t be The Balsams of old under Otten’s plan

It won’t be The Balsams of old under Otten’s plan

Otten’s vision of The Balsams dwarfs what was there before
Peaceful passings

Peaceful passings

Hospice, palliative care for pets grows in demand
Make way for the new New Hampshire Business Review

Make way for the new New Hampshire Business Review

Law Warehouses, N.H. Liquor Commission settle contract suit

Law Warehouses, N.H. Liquor Commission settle contract suit

State to pay Nashua firm $2.5 million over disputed 2013 bid

Are low-wage businesses being subsidized in N.H.?

Study finds that 64% of N.H. assistance goes to working families
Export-linked jobs in N.H. topped 20,000 in 2014

Export-linked jobs in N.H. topped 20,000 in 2014

The number is up 8 percent from 2009, according to U.S. figures
N.H. foreclosures plummet 42 percent in February

N.H. foreclosures plummet 42 percent in February

Foreclosure notices drop even more significantly
Regional report spells out advantages of advanced manufacturing

Regional report spells out advantages of advanced manufacturing

N.H. has a good start in pushing advanced manufacturing, study finds
Seacoast real estate sales down in March

Seacoast real estate sales down in March

Shortage of listings blamed for slow activity, median price rise
How the Goffe’s Mill Bridge was saved from destruction

How the Goffe’s Mill Bridge was saved from destruction

Dubois & King, Stan Graton team up to move structure from Bedford to Wentworth
CLD’s Bean honored by Good Roads Association

CLD’s Bean honored by Good Roads Association

Engineer named winner of 18th Honor Road Award
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Plan NH Merit Awards announced, TRB projects … and more
$95 million financing deal approved for GTAT

$95 million financing deal approved for GTAT

Company reports another loss in February, but may have a deal to sell some sapphire furnaces
‘Relieving the Energy Crisis’ event set for April 17

‘Relieving the Energy Crisis’ event set for April 17

BIA to present update on four high-profile supply proposals
Video gamers look to jump-start N.H. industry

Video gamers look to jump-start N.H. industry

Event links high-tech and gaming community
Making sustainability work for your business

Making sustainability work for your business

Social responsibility conference offers to ‘Think Bigger, Dig Deeper’

House budget: no business tax hikes, but no cuts either

Business groups take aim at aspects of $11.2 billion plan
UNH roundtable to explore universities’ link to econ development

UNH roundtable to explore universities’ link to econ development

Exploring how research schools are ‘leading the next generation of economic opportunity’
N.H. Governor’s Travel Conference set for May 4-5

N.H. Governor’s Travel Conference set for May 4-5

First time the event will be held in the Monadnock Region
N.H. business-related bankruptcies rise to 9 in March

N.H. business-related bankruptcies rise to 9 in March

But total filings remain at near-record lows
Fed contract matchmaking events planned in N.H.

Fed contract matchmaking events planned in N.H.

DRED plans prep seminars in advance of regional gatherings
Aggregate manufacturers assail House DOT budget plan

Aggregate manufacturers assail House DOT budget plan

Money for road repairs reduced, they say
Looking for an economic engine? How about Pease?

Looking for an economic engine? How about Pease?

If you haven’t been to Pease International Tradeport lately, you’re missing a lot
Coca-Cola plant redevelopment OKd in Salem

Coca-Cola plant redevelopment OKd in Salem

Retail-office complex planned at 94-year-old facility
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Seabrook property goes for $2.8 million … and more
Investment real estate: detailed records required

Investment real estate: detailed records required

Buyers and lenders are looking for good information when performing due diligence
N.H.’s take from Obama transportation funding plan: $195 million

N.H.’s take from Obama transportation funding plan: $195 million

Grow America Act would inject $756 billion over six years for infrastructure improvements
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