April-5 2013

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Marketers take note: N.H. users overwhelmingly embrace Facebook

Marketers take note: N.H. users overwhelmingly embrace Facebook

Future N.H. construction numbers paint a dismal picture

Future N.H. construction numbers paint a dismal picture

Downward shift in N.H. corporate pay reflects national trend

Downward shift in N.H. corporate pay reflects national trend

Data-based decision-making gone awry

Data-based decision-making gone awry

The Yahoo case shows it’s vitally important to ensure you’re reviewing the right information before making a decision
Flotsam & Jetsam: April 5, 2013

Flotsam & Jetsam: April 5, 2013

“I have yet to wrap my head around how he could realistically compete in a general election.” – Political commentator Dean Spiliotes assesses the prospects of a Bill O’Brien 2nd C.D. run.
Cartoon for the week of April 5, 2013

Cartoon for the week of April 5, 2013

Right-sizing the federal government

In Washington, the fight is over money, but the larger debate is over the size and scope of government
Should state aid recipients be drug-tested?

Should state aid recipients be drug-tested?

Live Free or Die Alliance Facebook respondents have their say

It’s time for N.H. to legalize marijuana, not casinos

It’s a promising libertarian solution to the state’s budget mess

Life after death for the ‘missile to nowhere’

A missile system the Pentagon doesn’t want continues to get funding
'Take the Stairs' to promote a healthier workforce

'Take the Stairs' to promote a healthier workforce

Implementing a stairway campaign can be a relatively low cost way to encourage more physical activity for employees

Electricity suppliers flock to New Hampshire

Despite alternative supplier’s recent troubles, firms are racing to provide electricity in N.H.
Division of Economic Development: The little agency that could

Division of Economic Development: The little agency that could

With scant resources, the Division of Economic Development’s recruitment team makes an impact in N.H., and beyond
The nonprofit sector’s role in N.H.’s economy

The nonprofit sector’s role in N.H.’s economy

Nonprofits employ one out of seven workers in New Hampshire and generate over $9 billion toward the state’s GDP
Q&A with More Than Wheels CEO Terri Steingrebe

Q&A with More Than Wheels CEO Terri Steingrebe

‘We look at ourselves as a social enterprise, a nonprofit that is run like a business, which is not how a lot of nonprofits are viewed,’ says Terry Steingrebe, CEO of New Hampshire-based More Than Wheels.
The sex appeal of the minivan

The sex appeal of the minivan

Digesting the concept that it’s time for a minivan can be a shock for any grownup
How Wall Street keeps its finger in the D.C. pie

How Wall Street keeps its finger in the D.C. pie

In the litany of oxymorons, no more ironic one exists than Wall Street integrity’
An economic plan for New Hampshire?

An economic plan for New Hampshire?

Participants are needed for the BIA’s newly launched strategic economic plan effort
AmEx report: N.H. sixth in nation for growth of women-owned businesses

AmEx report: N.H. sixth in nation for growth of women-owned businesses

N.H. February foreclosures plummet from a year ago

N.H. February foreclosures plummet from a year ago

Candlepin ‘headquarters’ Leda Lanes files for Chapter 11

Candlepin ‘headquarters’ Leda Lanes files for Chapter 11

Five N.H. businesses file for March bankruptcy

Five N.H. businesses file for March bankruptcy

Rose sworn in as state’s new DRED commissioner

Rose sworn in as state’s new DRED commissioner

Ayotte presses her case against Internet sales tax proposal

Ayotte presses her case against Internet sales tax proposal

Ex-employee claims racial taunting in suit against air firm

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