New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2004

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New book looks at repairing a broken health system

New book looks at repairing a broken health system

Dartmouth-Hitchcock authors unravel the problem of modern health care delivery
The 2016 college graduate

The 2016 college graduate

What’s going on in the mind of the latest crop of degree holders?
Keep marketing in-house

Keep marketing in-house

It’s a service you can can’t pay for and simply forget about
Commencement brings change

Commencement brings change

Colby-Sawyer, like similar small liberal arts colleges, look to the future

The struggle for NH’s working families

Our workplace policies haven’t adjusted to meet the needs of a modern family

Let’s turn the tide on opioid misuse

Manchester lockdown an alarming precedent

Lifeline cell service is a necessity in rural NH

Q&A with Paul College Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands

Q&A with Paul College Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands

“The keys to university-level business education are ‘innovation, impact and engagement, and I think we are doing well on all three,” says Deborah Merrill-Sands, dean of UNH’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.
Learning to manage better

Learning to manage better

The right kind of reinforcement can overcome the negative feedback that many people allow deep into their consciousness
Venturing overseas

Venturing overseas

Nigerian educators turn to NH’s Knowledge Institute to spread entrepreneurism
Opening up about opioids

Opening up about opioids

BIA forum looks at how to deal with substance abuse in the workplace
How new overtime rules affect NH employers

How new overtime rules affect NH employers

Companies must comply with new regulation on Dec. 1

Fate of bill to require Airbnb tax ID remains unclear

The question remains: Will the full NH Senate approve the measure?

Conference committee weighs Section 179 deduction compromise

NH Senate, House seek middle ground on lifting NH’s lowest-in-nation limit

NH Senate backs changes to prior authorization law involving drug care

Measure would allow payment to providers without previous OK from insurers
Major expansion planned at Dartmouth engineering school

Major expansion planned at Dartmouth engineering school

$25 million gift to fuel effort at Thayer
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Single Digits expands, Cybersecurity Forum set for Tuesday .. and more
UNH-developed app wins $25k Entrepreneurs Fund grant

UNH-developed app wins $25k Entrepreneurs Fund grant

Provides instant smartphone access to aid survivors of sexual assault
Hanover establishes energy-efficiency district

Hanover establishes energy-efficiency district

Special financing for commercial buildings available under state’s C-PACE program
Two multifamily projects win Housing Authority financing

Two multifamily projects win Housing Authority financing

Senior housing in Plaistow, affordable housing for vets in Bedford
MPAL’s transformation is underway

MPAL’s transformation is underway

Volunteers gather for $1 million ‘extreme makeover’ of inner city youth center
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Liquor Commission’s biggest store on tap, Brookstone completes shipyard job … and more
New Hampshire drops four spots in Clean Tech Index

New Hampshire drops four spots in Clean Tech Index

State falls from 12th to 16th in 2016 ranking
RiverWalk at Loon’s grand opening set for June

RiverWalk at Loon’s grand opening set for June

Luxury resort’s first phase features 79 suites and amenity ‘firsts’
Boston Fed CEO remains hopeful on U.S. economy

Boston Fed CEO remains hopeful on U.S. economy

Rosengren, in Concord, sees continued growth, but raises concerns
BIA elects officers for coming year

BIA elects officers for coming year

Graphicast’s Zanchuk elected board chair

NH Senate OKs ‘new economy’ regulations

Five NH businesses file for bankruptcy in April

Five NH businesses file for bankruptcy in April

Total business-related bankruptcies increase sharply
Dyn co-founder Hitchcock resigns as company’s CEO

Dyn co-founder Hitchcock resigns as company’s CEO

Will remain on staff; Baum to oversee operations
Permanent authorization clears key hurdle for SBIR/STTR programs

Permanent authorization clears key hurdle for SBIR/STTR programs

Provision would dedicate R&D funding across all federal agencies
Cybersecurity Forum to show how identify, protect data

Cybersecurity Forum to show how identify, protect data

NH High Tech Council, NH Business Review partner for May 24 event
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

GT Advanced Technologies to release newest product … and more

5 ‘best practices’ for mobile device management

Although there’s no magic answer, following these will lead you in the right direction
New test reveals higher PFOA levels in Amherst

New test reveals higher PFOA levels in Amherst

NH DES releases results for former Textiles Coated International site
Study finds NH has third-highest median property tax rate

Study finds NH has third-highest median property tax rate

CoreLogic puts state just behind New York and just ahead of New Jersey
April Seacoast condo sales surge, home sales fall

April Seacoast condo sales surge, home sales fall

Monthly median price for condominiums jumps 16.5% for month
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Preservation Alliance awards, North Branch begins Sig Sauer project … and more
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