April-4 2014

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Cartoon for the Week of April 4, 2014

Cartoon for the Week of April 4, 2014

A strong minimum wage helps the whole economy

Businesses, workers, communities all benefit from a higher wage
Lure of casino gambling remains fool’s gold

Lure of casino gambling remains fool’s gold

Anybody with even a basic knowledge of finance or the casino industry knows that gambling is the equivalent of financial strip mining

It’s time to abolish New Hampshire’s death penalty

Eliminating state executions says nothing about criminals who kill, but it says a great deal about a society that does not

How businesspeople can prepare students for college, career

N.H. Scholars program seeks business leaders to open minds to career possibilities that exist right here in New Hampshire

Peter T. Paul, Dan Innis and questions of ethics

Should Paul’s $500k Super PAC raise concerns?

N.H. provider network rules to be reviewed

"We understand that there are concerns from citizens about how health insurance companies are able to choose providers within their networks"
Fishing for answers in SNL’s casting quandary

Fishing for answers in SNL’s casting quandary

Do you, as ‘Saturday Night Live’ did for so many years, rely on the same talent sources again and again?
Using LLCs to reduce your business profits tax

Using LLCs to reduce your business profits tax

How to employ the ‘$50,000 floor rule’ to limit your obligation
It’s all about doing something different

It’s all about doing something different

If you do what everybody else does, it’s really tough to get ahead
Q&A with Hypertherm’s Dick and Barbara Couch

Q&A with Hypertherm’s Dick and Barbara Couch

The company recently became 100 percent employee-owned
Cheshire Medical’s health care vision extends well beyond the hospital

Cheshire Medical’s health care vision extends well beyond the hospital

Keene hospital honored for efforts to forge ‘a better way’
Has a power crisis arrived in New Hampshire?

Has a power crisis arrived in New Hampshire?

Natural gas, electric price spikes from PSNH competitors fuel renewed debate on energy in region
Banking and finance in N.H: a roundtable

Banking and finance in N.H: a roundtable

Assessing the state of New Hampshire's banking industry
Brookstone backs Spencer’s bid in bankruptcy sale

Brookstone backs Spencer’s bid in bankruptcy sale

N.H. firm ‘committed’ to offer, not web retailer’s
Report: ‘Taxachusetts’ has lower business tax burden than New Hampshire

Report: ‘Taxachusetts’ has lower business tax burden than New Hampshire

Mass. study includes local property taxes as part of its calculations
Six firms awarded N.H. Job Training Grants

Six firms awarded N.H. Job Training Grants

418 workers targeted to learn new skills
N.H. health cost website remains inoperative for months

N.H. health cost website remains inoperative for months

Old data, switch in vendors blamed for shutdown
New Manchester café hopes to aid nonprofits

New Manchester café hopes to aid nonprofits

'We first and foremost want to be a competitive business on Elm Street'
Report: Brookstone plans bankruptcy filing

Report: Brookstone plans bankruptcy filing

Sale to owner of Spencer’s chain is said to be in works
Governor to lead N.H. trade mission to Turkey

Governor to lead N.H. trade mission to Turkey

June visit to explore ‘increasing opportunities’ in region
Pending contracts show weakness in N.H. construction outlook

Pending contracts show weakness in N.H. construction outlook

Residential, nonresidential projects off to slow start in 2014
N.H. State Home Show ‘one of most successful in years’

N.H. State Home Show ‘one of most successful in years’

Almost 10,000 visitors showed up for three-day event

DES readies wetlands listening sessions

Goal is rulemaking and process improvement, agency says

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Brady Sullivan inks leases at new Keene properties, Coldwell Banker offices honored … and more
Tuck School dean announces plans to retire

Tuck School dean announces plans to retire

Search to find replacement to begin soon
Conway firm seeks to extend use of its face recognition technology

Conway firm seeks to extend use of its face recognition technology

Cites ‘unmet need’ in commercial marketplace
Not slots? Electronic Lucky 7 machines may be N.H.’s next gambling game

Not slots? Electronic Lucky 7 machines may be N.H.’s next gambling game

New machines may be featured at Minnesota-based company’s four planned charitable gaming facilities
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