New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2003

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House tax plan threatens affordable housing

The proposal will either eliminate or seriously impact the tools used to finance affordable rental housing in NH
How to ruin a business

How to ruin a business

What’s going on in the NFL offers several object lessons

Have we as a nation lost our moral compass?

In these trying times, we must demand more from our elected officials
Taking on money in politics

Taking on money in politics

Campaign finance reform is needed, now more than ever

It’s not a ‘ratepayer victory’

It’s time to end the failed war on weed

Utilities, municipalities battle over how property value is determined

Utilities, municipalities battle over how property value is determined

Inflated assessments could be costing ratepayers
NHBR roundtable: How’s business in Nashua?

NHBR roundtable: How’s business in Nashua?

Area businesspeople assess the state of city’s economy
Q&A with Eastern Bank NH Regional President Joe Reilly

Q&A with Eastern Bank NH Regional President Joe Reilly

After 40 years in the banking business, longtime New Hampshire banker Joe Reilly will be retiring from the industry at the end of December.

620 New Hampshire tech jobs on the chopping block at Liberty Mutual

But company says addition of new positions could soften the blow
New hearing planned in Portsmouth on toll hike proposal

New hearing planned in Portsmouth on toll hike proposal

Increase would speed up several major construction projects
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Beerel to speak at next TechWomen Power Breakfast … and more
Quebec aerospace execs meet up with NH businesses

Quebec aerospace execs meet up with NH businesses

Partnerships with larger contractors stressed at Nashua luncheon
Former Clinton, Obama administration officials join PillPack

Former Clinton, Obama administration officials join PillPack

Summers, Messina take roles with growing e-pharmacy
UNH wins national economic development honor

UNH wins national economic development honor

School recognized for boosting innovation, entrepreneurship

Report sees surge in U.S. drug, alcohol, suicide deaths

In New Hampshire, death rate is among highest in nation
F.W. Webb plans new Lebanon facility

F.W. Webb plans new Lebanon facility

74,000-square-foot building to complement showroom
Second Mechanical Trades School in the works

Second Mechanical Trades School in the works

Groundbreaking at Hampton site will scheduled for Thursday
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

GZA consultant leads launch of mentorship program for women … and more
NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge finalists named

NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge finalists named

Competition to be held Dec. 5 at UNH
House tax plan threatens affordable housing

House tax plan threatens affordable housing

The proposal will either eliminate or seriously impact the tools used to finance affordable rental housing in NH
Six ways NH shopping centers are evolving

Six ways NH shopping centers are evolving

Realtors, homebuilders discuss ‘damaging’ tax bill with Shaheen

Realtors, homebuilders discuss ‘damaging’ tax bill with Shaheen

Senator’s roundtable focuses on removal of state, local tax deduction
Balsams tops $26 million in real estate reservations

Balsams tops $26 million in real estate reservations

Otten says response is validation of project’s ‘vision and viability’
Martey named CDFA’s new exec director

Martey named CDFA’s new exec director

Chief program officer promoted after Caswell departure
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Nashua property sold for $6.6 million … and more
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