New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2004

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Buying or selling a NH hospitality business

Buying or selling a NH hospitality business

In reality, selling a ‘going concern’ hospitality business can be difficult
5 steps to take before retiring from your business

5 steps to take before retiring from your business

Let’s simplify retirement

Faced with so many plan choices, Americans often select nothing
Q&A with State Librarian Michael York

Q&A with State Librarian Michael York

‘Librarians see the potential libraries have to change things, but the political world moves very slowly, and it’s affected by so many things,’ says Michael York, New Hampshire’s state librarian.

The art of impact investing

Do not hire that salesperson!

Do not hire that salesperson!

Unless he or she can answer these sales competency questions
Why leadership counts

Why leadership counts

A comparison of the styles of the president and NH’s governor
Vengeance has a negative ROI

Vengeance has a negative ROI

Showing forgiveness can put you head and shoulders above your competitors
Who doesn’t want success?

Who doesn’t want success?

Bull markets and the wealth effect can create opportunities for making very bad decisions

Truths and tales about electricity

When lawmakers ask, ‘How dire is NH’s energy situation?’ the answer can be bewildering

Other nations’ health systems work better than ours

Let’s drop the work-life balance fallacy

Here’s why NH won’t land Amazon

Here’s why NH won’t land Amazon

In an ever-escalating interstate subsidy war, the Granite State lacks the firepower
Taking the temperature of the Seacoast business climate

Taking the temperature of the Seacoast business climate

Area businesspeople assess the state of the area’s economy
Rising costs scrutinized at NHBR health forum

Rising costs scrutinized at NHBR health forum

Inefficiencies, unnecessary spending drive ongoing hikes
Is 2017 the year of the 1332 waiver?

Is 2017 the year of the 1332 waiver?

The D.C. policy shift away from higher Medicaid spending will push many states, including NH, to turn to waivers
UNH eyes research park as an ‘economic development engine’

UNH eyes research park as an ‘economic development engine’

Mixed-use proposal would include space for startups, existing businesses
SNHU faculty highlight potential for engineering college to become talent pipeline

SNHU faculty highlight potential for engineering college to become talent pipeline

Long-term goal focuses on connecting underserved populations to engineering careers
UNH dean shares personal experience of launching research-based startup

UNH dean shares personal experience of launching research-based startup

New York-based ChromaNanoTech founded from joint university-industry partnership
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Alpha Loft to host patent and trademark considerations seminar, NH High Tech Council honors Product of the Year on Oct. 12 ... and more
Trends in Commercial Condominiums, Part 4

Trends in Commercial Condominiums, Part 4

What a buyer should consider from a structural perspective
Nonresidential construction spending edges up in August

Nonresidential construction spending edges up in August

But total amount spent on sector remains down 3.4% for year
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

BerryDunn inks new Brady Sullivan Plaza lease … and more
New Hampshire gets good ranking, but picture is mixed on business taxes

New Hampshire gets good ranking, but picture is mixed on business taxes

Tax Foundation report gives state low marks for BPT, property and unemployment taxes
Live Free and Start aims to pump up NH capital

Live Free and Start aims to pump up NH capital

Two November events focus on building investor pool and matchmaking opportunities
Total New Hampshire bankruptcies fall in September

Total New Hampshire bankruptcies fall in September

But business-related filings rise compared to August
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Citizens Bank launches digital investment and advisory platform, Scribe Software named among top global vendors ... and more
River Valley Community College utilizes simulation lab for hands-on training

River Valley Community College utilizes simulation lab for hands-on training

RVCC plans to expand the lab to include birthing and neonatal intensive care unit scenarios
UNH awarded five-year, $10 million grant from National Institutes of Health

UNH awarded five-year, $10 million grant from National Institutes of Health

Center of Biomedical Research Excellence grant presents clinical, commercialization opportunities for university research
Seabrook automation firm seeks engineers

Seabrook automation firm seeks engineers

Superior Controls will be displaying its biotech automation capabilities and accepting jobs applications at ISPE
It’s time for a fairer tax system

It’s time for a fairer tax system

It’s not wealthy corporations but smaller and growing companies that are paying higher taxes

New Hampshire lawmakers grill proponents of proposed tax credit proposal

Skepticism greets investment firms urging passage of $60 million plan
Nov. 15 groundbreaking set for Jaffrey theater project

Nov. 15 groundbreaking set for Jaffrey theater project

Hutter Construction to lead renovation of 485-seat downtown facility
New Hampshire homeowners continue to regain equity

New Hampshire homeowners continue to regain equity

CoreLogic reports 5.73 percent annual increase in second quarter
Forum to explore economic impact of housing crisis

Forum to explore economic impact of housing crisis

BIA event to look at how high cost, availability affect hiring in New Hampshire
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

M2 Mechanical acquires New England Mechanical Associates … and more
Superfund site development

Superfund site development

EPA task force seeks to encourage, promote redevelopment of contaminated sites
Trends in commercial condominiums, part 3

Trends in commercial condominiums, part 3

2016 law contains new rules for boards, voting in associations

NH Insurance Department readies online health tool for businesses

New site is designed to help employers make decisions on health coverage
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