New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2003

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Municipal assessments and your electric bill

Radisson Manchester unveils newly redesigned function space

Radisson Manchester unveils newly redesigned function space

$2.2m renovation project includes refurbished ballroom, conference space, luxury suites
Confidentiality and a business sale

Confidentiality and a business sale

No matter the size of the business, many deals begin with a basic level of trust and respect

10 years of educational accomplishments

Former state board chair looks back at his tenure
Cartoon for the Week of May 12, 2017

Cartoon for the Week of May 12, 2017

Ruling addresses gender bias

Federal court extends Title VII protection to sexual orientation

Northern Pass just isn’t worth it

NH’s public broadcast gems

NH’s public broadcast gems

Trump’s budget plan points out what’s important (unintentionally)

The RGGI program should work for everyone

Educating for future careers

Educating for future careers

Why we need a more responsive and pragmatic way of teaching and learning

Regulating weapons in private, public workplaces

How does New Hampshire’s ‘constitutional carry’ law affect employers’ policies?
How not to handle terminations and layoffs

How not to handle terminations and layoffs

What HR professionals and managers can learn from the United Airlines fiasco
Past lessons in electric rates

Past lessons in electric rates

As in the 1990s, there are self-help strategies for businesses seeking near-term relief
Catching on: Willows Plant-Based Eatery

Catching on: Willows Plant-Based Eatery

Knowledge Institute CEO Deborah Osgood

Knowledge Institute CEO Deborah Osgood

As the economy evolves, says Deborah Osgood, CEO of the Exeter-based Knowledge Institute, self-employment will become an essential way for people to make a living.
Learning to keep U.S. jobs

Learning to keep U.S. jobs

To compete with workers in other countries, our academic programs have to become more rigorous
Tax credit plan would be a giant leap for NH

Tax credit plan would be a giant leap for NH

But $60 million proposal raises a lot of questions
B Corp’s paperwork puzzle

B Corp’s paperwork puzzle

Confusing state forms lead to accidental filings
Branding New Hampshire

Branding New Hampshire

State tourism agency’s beefed-up marketing efforts begin to pay off
Explaining the science behind regenerative manufacturing

Explaining the science behind regenerative manufacturing

Futuristic biotech engineering developments would drive Kamen’s vision for ARMI
Coos County looks to update zoning rules

Coos County looks to update zoning rules

After 30 years, regulations for unincorporated areas will be scrutinized
Shareholders win a round in suit against GTAT

Shareholders win a round in suit against GTAT

Judge won’t dismiss class action over failed Apple deal
Eversource, UConn partner with Plymouth State on predictive weather model

Eversource, UConn partner with Plymouth State on predictive weather model

PSU's meterological department will complement existing model with ice and snow analysis
NH businessman joins 20 other entrepreneurs for eBay Advocacy Day

NH businessman joins 20 other entrepreneurs for eBay Advocacy Day

Constituent meetings were held to discuss Internet sales tax and other related measures
Google, Facebook ad markets heat up

Google, Facebook ad markets heat up

eMarketer forecasts substantial gains in social media advertising
$1.8 million public-private partnership to fund NH tech startups

$1.8 million public-private partnership to fund NH tech startups

Entrepreneurs, BFA launch Millworks II investment effort
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Lockheed Martin highlights Scotia Technology as among top 2 percent of suppliers, women in manufacturing gather in Massachusetts ... and more
New Hampshire bankruptcy filings fall in April

New Hampshire bankruptcy filings fall in April

24 percent drop from March and 15 percent lower than a year ago
The global economy and NH’s commercial real estate picture

The global economy and NH’s commercial real estate picture

There are several potential game-changers to keep an eye on
CCA Global co-founder recognized for helping to build ‘smart homes’ for quadruple amputees

CCA Global co-founder recognized for helping to build ‘smart homes’ for quadruple amputees

New Hampshire’s Brodsky honored for work to aid wounded veterans
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Marchewka named to NAR committee, Verani School of Real Estate launched … and more
Legislation aims to create Pease-style redevelopment commission for Laconia State School property

Legislation aims to create Pease-style redevelopment commission for Laconia State School property

Morse-sponsored measure shoots for ‘self-sustaining economic development'
Bottomline Technologies continues making strides to the cloud

Bottomline Technologies continues making strides to the cloud

Portsmouth firm reports continued growth in subscription solutions
Financial woes threaten Seacoast assisted living facility

Financial woes threaten Seacoast assisted living facility

Sanctuary at Rye declares bankruptcy, awaits decision on sale
Firms to spend millions on PFOA water buildouts

Firms to spend millions on PFOA water buildouts

DES to hold meetings on Saint-Gobain, TCI-funded projects in Amherst, Bedford
Report ranks NH Community College System least affordable in the nation

Report ranks NH Community College System least affordable in the nation

University System doesn’t fare much better
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Congresswoman Kuster introduces bill to simplify FDA classification of medical accessories, BIOMEDevice to take place next week ... and more
Macy Industries launches Pilot Innovations as advanced composites spinoff

Macy Industries launches Pilot Innovations as advanced composites spinoff

LAL-18 retractable ladder first of carbon fiber product line
Moving to the cloud takes thoughtful consideration

Moving to the cloud takes thoughtful consideration

Here are four ways to evaluate Software-as-a-Service vendors
CD Business Group utilizes gaming technology for business applications

CD Business Group utilizes gaming technology for business applications

Firm builds 3-D virtual renderings to drive operational efficiency
Connection accepts trade off for greater market share

Connection accepts trade off for greater market share

Sales increase 17 percent in first quarter, but profits drop 18 percent
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Franklin Savings Bank breaks grown on Merrimack location, RE/MAX INTEGRA New England opens new brokerage in Alton ... and more
FEMA releases preliminary flood insurance rate maps for Town of Lincoln, Grafton County

FEMA releases preliminary flood insurance rate maps for Town of Lincoln, Grafton County

Community officials, residents are encouraged to examine maps to become aware of new flood risks
Construction industry balances optimism with lack of skilled workers

Construction industry balances optimism with lack of skilled workers

ABC encourages growth in training and workforce development programs
Lumber tariff raises uncertainty in already volatile market

Lumber tariff raises uncertainty in already volatile market

NH builders foresee rising home building costs
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

The Provident Bank launches revamped Manufacturing Center at MCC, NHIRC seeks letters of intent for business research projects ... and more
Clean Tech Corner: Building infrastructure with future technologies in mind

Clean Tech Corner: Building infrastructure with future technologies in mind

Even if a particular technology is not ready today, building a flexible structure will enable future incorporation
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