April-19 2013

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N.H. Print & Mail: Providing tailored solutions to N.H. customers since 1984

N.H. Print & Mail: Providing tailored solutions to N.H. customers since 1984

Solar ROI growing for N.H. businesses

Solar ROI growing for N.H. businesses

New Hampshire Materials Laboratory: Customers' "Problem-Solving Partner" since 1979

New Hampshire Materials Laboratory: Customers' "Problem-Solving Partner" since 1979

Hampshire First Bank helps  local small businesses grow 

Hampshire First Bank helps local small businesses grow 

Tri-Gen CHP project gains national recognition

Tri-Gen CHP project gains national recognition

The Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank: Superior banking for nearly 160 years

The Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank: Superior banking for nearly 160 years

Graham & Graham, P.C.: The Solution Group for over 30 years

J. Lawrence Hall Company: 76 Years of service and counting

J. Lawrence Hall Company: 76 Years of service and counting

New England welcomes MI-BOX portable storage

New England welcomes MI-BOX portable storage

Axenics helps customers reduce costs and improve products

Axenics helps customers reduce costs and improve products

All Care Medical cares for patients like they’re family

All Care Medical cares for patients like they’re family

docWeb offers websites by design

docWeb offers websites by design

Grappone Automotive Group goes green

Grappone Automotive Group goes green

Delivering peace of mind

Delivering peace of mind

Find the keys to a longer, healthier and better life at Koko FitClub Nashua

Find the keys to a longer, healthier and better life at Koko FitClub Nashua

Merrimack’s InXpress brings  B2B shipping and freight services to businesses of all sizes

Merrimack’s InXpress brings B2B shipping and freight services to businesses of all sizes

Health Innovator Award: HCS Services

Health Innovator Award: HCS Services

For extending its mission to provide services for health and wellbeing not only to those it cares for but also to its own employees, Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services (HCS) has been recognized by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England and NHBR as the most recent Health Innovator Award recipient.
Ensign to retire after 42 years at Lake Sunapee Bank

Ensign to retire after 42 years at Lake Sunapee Bank

Stephen W. Ensign, longtime CEO, chairman and most recently executive chairman of Newport-based Lake Sunapee Bank, has announced he will retire from the bank at the end of April.

Competitors sought for Startup Rochester

Entrants do not have to be Rochester residents
Cartoon for the week of April 19, 2013

Cartoon for the week of April 19, 2013

Note to service businesses: respect your customers

Note to service businesses: respect your customers

The big lesson here is to remove barriers, no matter how small, for your customers
Just how affordable is the Affordable Care Act?

Just how affordable is the Affordable Care Act?

It could end up being a solution that’s more painful than the problem it's attempting to solve
Granite State Future faces outspoken opposition

Granite State Future faces outspoken opposition

To supporters, statewide planning effort presents a unique opportunity; to opponents, it’s Agenda 21

Energy efficiency saves all of us money

Efficiency has a direct impact on your pocketbook and on our state’s energy future
Democracy can’t afford to be without newspapers

Democracy can’t afford to be without newspapers

You can agree with it, hate it, wrap fish with it, but a newspaper will let you know what is going on in your state and community

Investing for social impact takes off

Q&A with DRED Commissioner Jeff Rose

Q&A with DRED Commissioner Jeff Rose

A Q&A with the new head of DRED
N.H.'s liberalized laws lure trusts in droves

N.H.'s liberalized laws lure trusts in droves

Over $300 billion is held in trusts regulated by New Hampshire
The importance of paying positive energy forward

The importance of paying positive energy forward

As a society, we still struggle with fully embracing the idea that people need positivism, relationships and security to be energized
How's business in the Salem region?

How's business in the Salem region?

NHBR asked several Salem area businesspeople to give their take on some of the key issues facing the region as well as to offer their views on how the area’s economy is faring.
What trajectory are we on, anyway?

What trajectory are we on, anyway?

It’s not clear whether the spring uptick in inquiries is a sign of increased activity or simply seasonal
Sexual stereotyping is prohibited in the workplace

Sexual stereotyping is prohibited in the workplace

Gender stereotyping is a form of sex discrimination, and it applies equally to men and women
How the new law applies to two-member LLCs

How the new law applies to two-member LLCs

Two-member LLCs are like marriages – their biggest problems involve incompatibility
SBA programs help N.H. firms enter export market

SBA programs help N.H. firms enter export market

Casino money is fool's gold

Casino money is fool's gold

The smart bet is to walk away from the seduction of ‘easy money’

Why Yahoo’s decision on telecommuting makes sense

USNH sabbaticals are too costly

Since 2004, professors have taken 178 yearlong sabbaticals and 743 part-year sabbaticals at a cost of $65 million

Is it time to make hemp legal in N.H. again?

An overwhelming number of Live Free or Die Alliance Facebook respondents say it is

N.H. lawmakers mull changes to renewable energy standards

What plants should be included, or excluded, as the Legislature rewrites renewable energy portfolio standards?
Turbocam founder named N.H. High Tech Council Entrepreneur of the Year

Turbocam founder named N.H. High Tech Council Entrepreneur of the Year

Noronha, who emigrated from India in 1979 with only $6, founded Turbocam in 1985 by leasing time in the early morning hours on computers and machinery owned by other companies
Top 3 PC Connection execs raked in $5.6m in 2012

Top 3 PC Connection execs raked in $5.6m in 2012

The sharp increase in pay came despite the Merrimack-based computer and software mail order company’s relatively flat year
N.H. Senate takes yet another look at RGGI requirements

N.H. Senate takes yet another look at RGGI requirements

Should two natural gas-fired electric generating plants get a special break, and should commercial ratepayers get a bigger rebate under the latest changes to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative?
Did DRA tip the balance on BET calculation?

Did DRA tip the balance on BET calculation?

Restaurateur McSharry wins top N.H. SBA honor

Restaurateur McSharry wins top N.H. SBA honor

Seacoast restaurateur Jay McSharry is named the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 2013 Small Business Person of the Year for New Hampshire
FairPoint readies 90 layoffs in N.H., Maine, Vt.

FairPoint readies 90 layoffs in N.H., Maine, Vt.

Governor to address state, regional issues at Derry-Londonderry chamber event

Governor to address state, regional issues at Derry-Londonderry chamber event

Dyn ‘Hackademy’ lures college-aged techies

Dyn ‘Hackademy’ lures college-aged techies

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