New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2004

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New Hampshire's Business News for June 28

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Brexit’s impact on NH still unclear, DES says PFOA levels may be wrong, Invasive ‘rock snot’ turned out to be a native, What exactly is Scott Brown’s role in this presidential campaign?

New Hampshire's Business News for June 27

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Hotter NH economy means rising wages, the fading fishing industry, Laconia to review impact fees, adding Millyard parking on aldermen’s agenda, ‘NHexit’ calls for secession

A strong message to buy American

Defense Department budget includes a possible boost for New England footwear companies
Q&A with PUC Consumer Advocate Donald Kreis

Q&A with PUC Consumer Advocate Donald Kreis

‘The most emphatic position that I’ve taken since becoming consumer advocate is staunch opposition to the idea of forcing electric consumers to double down on natural gas for paying for 20 years of firm pipeline capacity,’ says Public Utilities Commission Consumer Advocate Donald Kreis.

Geneia reaps savings in remote monitoring

Study of elderly heart patients saves annual $8,375 per individual

The negative effects of a $15-an-hour minimum wage

A challenge to Councilor Wheeler

Why I’m running for Executive Council in District 5

‘Public’ bank is a risk not worth taking

Bill to establish a state-owned bank raises plenty of concerns

The ‘lies’ and ‘fantasy’ of Trump’s business acumen

D-H plans for $22 million palliative care center

D-H plans for $22 million palliative care center

Jack Byrne Center will meet needs of patients with life-limiting illness
The high cost of ignoring employee wellness

The high cost of ignoring employee wellness

An effective program is a highly effective tool to reduce financial bleeding
Building a workforce pipeline

Building a workforce pipeline

Industry-education initiative aims to develop next generation of manufacturing employees
The growth of cognitive careers

The growth of cognitive careers

High-paying and stimulating jobs are increasingly going to the smartest among us
Never sell yourself short

Never sell yourself short

When it comes to your sales potential, you are worth of exactly what you believe you are, not a penny more and not a penny less
Mass. plant partners with safety studies students

Mass. plant partners with safety studies students

Toymaker offers on-the-job experience through Keene State program
‘Capitol Hill Day’ takeaways

‘Capitol Hill Day’ takeaways

Why members of Congress deserve their own Bill of Rights
Laboring for workers

Laboring for workers

Hotter NH economy means businesses are scrambling for employees and wages are rising

New Hampshire's Business News for June 23

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Hassan signs business tax changes into law, state agencies investigating failed LaconiaFest, mixed-use project at former Macy’s site gets a new name, Annie Kuster speaks out about personal experiences with sexual assault, the strange story behind Trump’s $35,000 payment to a fictional NH ad agency

New Hampshire's Business News for June 22

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Over $50 million in fees paid in GTAT bankruptcy, new election law complaint against Guinta, Trump paid $35K to a company in Londonderry named after the 'Mad Men' ad agency, Stratham polymer company is acquired by British business, Mascoma Savings’ new CEO

New Hampshire's Business News for June 21

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Northern Pass headed to NH Supreme Court, LaconiaFest a financial fiasco, survey measures income inequality in New Hampshire, Franklin Pierce University names first female president, Rochester car dealer: Feedback on gun promotion mostly positive

New Hampshire's Business News for June 20

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Layoffs, 'cluster' classes as PSU attempts to revamp higher ed, Coca-Cola of Northern New England will acquire new facilities, eyes expansion of distribution , As Bike Week ends, questions swirl around music festival, 'Brexit' could have Seacoast impact, Trump dumps Lewandowski
Applicants sought for 2016 TechOut competition

Applicants sought for 2016 TechOut competition

$100k to be awarded to top startups
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

New board members at High Tech Council, Thayer School’s historic milestone … and more
Creating a culture of accountability

Creating a culture of accountability

What happens after a business reaches the ‘we survived’ plateau?

New Hampshire's Business News for June 15

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Electric Co-op buys Antrim wind power, hospital mergers scrutinized in NH, NH jobless rate ticks up, NH ranks third in U.S. drug deaths
State pulls plug on NH Certificate of Need board

State pulls plug on NH Certificate of Need board

But some limits on new health care construction remain
Seacoast real estate sales set a record for May

Seacoast real estate sales set a record for May

Single-family, condo transactions remain hot in ‘16
NHCIBOR honors top deals of 2015

NHCIBOR honors top deals of 2015

Arthur Slattery also recognized for lifetime achievements
$22 million palliative care facility to be built at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

$22 million palliative care facility to be built at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Jack Byrne Center to meet needs of patients with life-limiting illness
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Grella named Manchester/Nashua Realtor of Year, Corporate Place sold in Nashua … and more
Anticipating the unexpected in construction deals

Anticipating the unexpected in construction deals

Why the boilerplate ‘force majeure’ clause is worth a second look
BIA seeks input on 2017-18 legislative agenda

BIA seeks input on 2017-18 legislative agenda

Nine roundtables around state to help shape policy priorities

New Hampshire's Business News for June 14

A look at today's top business headlines, including: New green commuting effort launched in NH, Portsmouth candlelight vigil to honor Orlando shooting victims, Economic challenges threaten long-term care, Laconia Motorcycle Week runs smoothly for visitors, Enterprise Center at Plymouth helps local business grow
New green commuting effort launched in NH

New green commuting effort launched in NH

CommuteSmart encourages employees to use alternative transportation

New Hampshire's Business News for June 13

A look at today's top business headlines, including:What’s the salary of the top execs at publicly traded companies in the Granite State? Elliot seeks interim CEO, NH mourns victims of Orlando shooting, 213-year-old Ruggles Mine for sale, A decade of police shootings in NH detailed

New Hampshire's Business News for June 10

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Former shoe plant in Berlin eyed as hotel site, Bike Week set to begin, NH gets an overall ‘B’ grade for manufacturing sector, Game Creek Video founder named Entrepreneur of the Year, Hassan unveils economic plan as she runs for Senate
Administrators to leave Dartmouth tech transfer office

Administrators to leave Dartmouth tech transfer office

Gerngross, Davis say their work in revamping policy is accomplished
Game Creek Video founder named Entrepreneur of the Year

Game Creek Video founder named Entrepreneur of the Year

Patrick Sullivan honored at NH High Tech Council event
NH gets an overall ‘B’ grade for manufacturing sector

NH gets an overall ‘B’ grade for manufacturing sector

But once again it fails for transportation, distribution infrastructure in Ball State scorecard
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Presidential appointment for UNH prof … and more
How to map the course of your next initiative

How to map the course of your next initiative

Make sure to reach agreement with key stakeholders as early as possible
NH window restoration company fined $40,000 by OSHA

NH window restoration company fined $40,000 by OSHA

Agency cites violations involving lead, other hazards
CATCH to celebrate its investment in Franklin

CATCH to celebrate its investment in Franklin

Housing agency to turn former mill into 45 workforce housing units
‘Micro living’ coming to New Hampshire

‘Micro living’ coming to New Hampshire

The Flats at Hanover Commons features 32 small apartments in Manchester
Report: 9,500 New Hampshire homes at risk of storm surge

Report: 9,500 New Hampshire homes at risk of storm surge

CoreLogic analysis puts total reconstruction value at $2.4 billion
Debt, interest rates and other scary matters

Debt, interest rates and other scary matters

Data point to gradual global expansion, but outside factors feed the anxiety of markets
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Keene’s ‘Complete Streets’ honored, Farhm, Wheaton promoted at MacMillin … and more

Ex-NH securities broker indicted in Massachusetts

Federal charges involve renewable energy company stock
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