New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2004

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Bad bosses are killing your profit

The actions of one person can have a direct effect on employee health and wellness
NH heads to the ramparts in online sales tax fight

NH heads to the ramparts in online sales tax fight

Small businesses sound alarm over U.S. Supreme Court ruling
2018 Legislative Roundup

2018 Legislative Roundup

Reviewing the winners and losers of the session
Q&A Interview with U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

Q&A Interview with U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

Working Solo

Working Solo

What is the gig economy, and how does it work?
Developing millennial employees

Developing millennial employees

A company that helps them toward their professional goals gains trust and loyalty

Don’t start a trade war over sales taxes

Post-Wayfair, is the welfare of our state really in jeopardy?
Gauging the election field

Gauging the election field

A look at how the primary and general election campaigns are shaping up

Yes, universities are integral to our economic success

Are you managing or leading?

Are you managing or leading?

Good management is important, but it’s not enough for long-term success
Cartoon for the Week of July 20, 2018

Cartoon for the Week of July 20, 2018

New Hampshire would benefit from more diversity

In recognition of NH’s energy committees

In recognition of NH’s energy committees

Committees in nearly 100 communities help towns take control of costs by embracing distributed energy and energy efficiency
NH’s first benefit corporation receives worldwide recognition

NH’s first benefit corporation receives worldwide recognition

W.S. Badger, a manufacturer that prides itself on bettering its community and employees, is among the best B-corps
Dover companies are the focus of August’s Seacoast Tech Tour

Dover companies are the focus of August’s Seacoast Tech Tour

Attendees will visit the offices of Weather Analytics and Envio 360
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Extreme Networks conducts lay offs at Salem location, TwinState Makerspace hosts open house in Claremont ... and more
What the Wayfair decision means for small business

What the Wayfair decision means for small business

Despite some efforts to fight the ruling, businesses will need to prepare for tax collection
Hassan seeks to boost career and technical ed centers

Hassan seeks to boost career and technical ed centers

They’re ‘critical to New Hampshire’s workforce and economy,’ says senator
Plan NH takes over administration of NH Construction Industry Ethics Award

Plan NH takes over administration of NH Construction Industry Ethics Award

Award founder ‘Woody’ Wood praises ‘solid, long-standing organization’
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Kulberg named Seacoast Realtor of Year, Methuen wins Shipyard contract … and more

Payments freeze muddies NH health insurance market

Rising premiums seen under ban on ACA insurer payments
Mt. Sunapee lease sale is an opportunity to undo a wrong

Mt. Sunapee lease sale is an opportunity to undo a wrong

A renegotiated agreement with Vail Resorts would uphold the original intent of the deal
Filings gain momentum in hernia mesh litigation

Filings gain momentum in hernia mesh litigation

Number of plaintiffs now total 784 in class action over NH-based Atrium’s product
UNH researchers capture evidence of rare black hole

UNH researchers capture evidence of rare black hole

Technologies supported by NASA aid discovery
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Neoscope ranked in MSP 501 list, UNH seeks businesses for internship programs ... and more
Dartmouth College awarded $800k National Science Foundation grant

Dartmouth College awarded $800k National Science Foundation grant

Funds will support ongoing nerve signaling research
Derry business wins SNHU entrepreneurial challenge

Derry business wins SNHU entrepreneurial challenge

QuadraSquare produces a medical imaging device that could signal the future of breast screening

Study: $29.2 million in New Hampshire exports threatened by tariffs

BIA cites U.S. Chamber analysis in opposing sanctions
Wheelabrator Technologies files for IPO

Wheelabrator Technologies files for IPO

Details unclear about Portsmouth-based waste-to-energy firm’s plans

Let’s be real about subsidies

On behalf of their customers, solar developers request fair compensation for energy produced locally that supports NH’s economy

June personal bankruptcy filings in NH fall

So far, 2018 numbers are 3 percent lower than a year ago

Nashua manufacturer is first in New Hampshire to seek tariff exemption

Verico Technology says aluminum material it needs is not available from U.S. suppliers
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Stratham company enters partnership with Hitachi, Merrimack security systems operator adds to its team ... and more
Five ways to protect data in the cloud

Five ways to protect data in the cloud

With more potential network entry points, businesses must require more authentication steps
17-megawatt solar project planned for Hopkinton solid waste site

17-megawatt solar project planned for Hopkinton solid waste site

Granite Apollo says project will generate clean power for 4,500 homes
GTAT opens silicon carbide manufacturing facility

GTAT opens silicon carbide manufacturing facility

Hudson plant will produce products for solar industry, high-technology applications
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