New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2003

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Cartoon for the Week of July 24

Cartoon for the Week of July 24

Q&A with NH Institute of Art President Kent Devereaux

Q&A with NH Institute of Art President Kent Devereaux

‘I’ve been very fortunate, to be able to travel quite extensively around the world, truly through the arts … I try to stress that with our students: Don’t close any doors, you never know where things will take you,’ says NHIA President Kent Devereaux.
Listening for opportunities

Listening for opportunities

Harvard Pilgrim’s Eastern initiative
Two USNH chancellors depart

Two USNH chancellors depart

Poulton, Farrell helped shape the office
Millennials and the workplace

Millennials and the workplace

Recruiting the best and brightest
How to get the price right

How to get the price right

Stay aware and stay flexible
Controlling your own brand through social media

Controlling your own brand through social media

Expert Margaret Donnelly shares insights at TechWomen Power Breakfast
N.H.’s forest industry is standing tall

N.H.’s forest industry is standing tall

Demand for wood products remains strong in the face of economic challenges
Clean up your online image

Clean up your online image

Fortify your personal and company brand
900 Degrees makes sustainability work

900 Degrees makes sustainability work

Organic ingredients result in recognition for quality at pizzeria

Vermont’s Northern Pass alternative

It’s time for the out-of-state interests pushing the current Northern Pass proposal to bury the private transmission line along appropriately designated transportation corridors

Bring long-term highway bill to vote

What’s the most important thing Congress can do to foster job growth in the state?

Report overlooks NH’s dental gains

What we need to be asking is how to sustain our progress and continue the improvements to make high-quality and affordable dental care available to everyone.

The impact of Obama’s immigration appeal on NH

The uncertainty not only affects the lives of undocumented immigrants, but the lives of their families and the places where they live, work and shop
NH’s income inequality fastest-growing in U.S.

NH’s income inequality fastest-growing in U.S.

Statistics show state’s shrinking middle class
Getting WorkWISE

Getting WorkWISE

For Keene State program, it's safety first
Performance Sports Group earnings score

Performance Sports Group earnings score

Exeter-based firm’s revenue up 47% for the year
Mass. firm buys Nashua’s VGo

Mass. firm buys Nashua’s VGo

Vecna Technologies moves NH firm’s employees to Cambridge
Controlling your personal brand through social media

Controlling your personal brand through social media

Expert Margaret Donnelly shares insights at TechWomen Power
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

STEM task force revived, NH’s ‘Most Wired’ hospitals … and more
Ayotte touts ‘Manufacturing Universities’ legislation

Ayotte touts ‘Manufacturing Universities’ legislation

On tour of Nashua firm, senator discusses workforce needs
Part I: IP issues to consider in early-stage software development

Part I: IP issues to consider in early-stage software development

Taking the right steps now will go a long way toward precluding problems tomorrow
Report: 13.4% of NH bridges structurally deficient

Report: 13.4% of NH bridges structurally deficient

2013 statistics find 317 bridges are in ‘poor’ or worse condition
Seacoast real estate sales remain on a roll

Seacoast real estate sales remain on a roll

Third straight month of record home transactions
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Space leased at former Salem Coke plant … and more

Mass. company to open Hudson manufacturing plant

Maker of high-voltage transformers plans to hire 40 workers
Fraud found, alleged in USA Springs aftermath

Fraud found, alleged in USA Springs aftermath

NH, Nevada courts rule in civil cases; criminal trial awaits
Rowe to leave NH Endowment for Health to take Maine post

Rowe to leave NH Endowment for Health to take Maine post

He’ll head state’s Community Foundation
NH foreclosures fall to another new decade low

NH foreclosures fall to another new decade low

71 filings in May are almost 25% lower than April
Report: NH among top states for manufacturing health

Report: NH among top states for manufacturing health

But when it comes to logistics, the state is lacking
Monzite, eComp team on legacy system components

Monzite, eComp team on legacy system components

Companies will collaborate on sourcing, testing for medical, aerospace and defense components
Shaheen hosts D.C. screening on tech gender gap

Shaheen hosts D.C. screening on tech gender gap

More women in the industry will ‘make sure that our nation’s technology economy lives up to its full potential’
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

TechWomen breakfast registration reopened, UNH entrepreneur grants awarded … and more
Three NH businesses file for bankruptcy in June

Three NH businesses file for bankruptcy in June

But total number for month is fourth lowest in a decade
How can we stop other regions from passing us by?

How can we stop other regions from passing us by?

The challenge for NH is to compete with hot (and hip) cities
Manchester-Nashua home prices continue to climb

Manchester-Nashua home prices continue to climb

CoreLogic reports 4.8% increase in May

Kuster: Bring long-term highway bill to vote

It’s long past time to put an end to temporary fixes
People and property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Heavy Equipment Show set, Service Capital backs Chinburg project … and more
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