New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2004

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Politics and the workplace

Politics and the workplace

In business, we can’t afford not to get along
Baby, it’s cold outside

Baby, it’s cold outside

What are an employer’s obligations during weather-related business disruptions?
‘Right to work’: it’s complicated

‘Right to work’: it’s complicated

The term used by proponents masks the vastly more complex subject of labor law
Q&A with former DES Commissioner Tom Burack

Q&A with former DES Commissioner Tom Burack

‘The business community already understands the challenge of climate change and is rapidly adopting energy-efficiency and renewable energy strategies,’ says Tom Burack, who stepped down on Jan. 2 after 10 years as the state’s Environmental Services commissioner.
Making it KISSable

Making it KISSable

When it comes to digital marketing, keep it simple
Cartoon for the Week of Jan. 20, 2017

Cartoon for the Week of Jan. 20, 2017

Listen to the real energy concerns

New England is at greater risk of higher energy costs and price volatility today than a year ago

Energy myths and energy facts

Efficiency is still the easiest way to save money on electricity

Opportunities for economic growth

The new administration offers promising proposals

Let’s invest in educational quality

Five initiatives that promote opportunity, strengthen communities and boost the workforce
FairPoint buyer starts with a cleaner slate

FairPoint buyer starts with a cleaner slate

Outlook looks more hopeful for Illinois telecom firm
New Hampshire's University Research & Industry Plan

New Hampshire's University Research & Industry Plan

How can the state get more economic development out of higher-ed research?
What to expect from wireless technology in 2017

What to expect from wireless technology in 2017

Three of the biggest trends to watch in the new year
Apple to expand server assembly at former GTAT complex

Apple to expand server assembly at former GTAT complex

Tech giant seeks free trade zone status for Arizona site
Transformations, transitions in real estate

Transformations, transitions in real estate

Halfway through the second decade of the new millennium, we are experiencing continuous change

House bill seeks to raise landlord compensation in rent proceedings

Measure would double maximum award in landlord-tenant court
Seacoast residential sales fall to close 2016

Seacoast residential sales fall to close 2016

Numbers for December mirror a national trend, Realtors say
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Londonderry industrial building sold for $2.1m, Watermark Marine, Clearwater Construction merger … and more
Construction unemployment rate in New Hampshire drops again

Construction unemployment rate in New Hampshire drops again

3.4 percent rate stands as third lowest in nation

Sununu: ‘New Hampshire is open for business’

In inaugural speech, governor calls for tax cuts, energy projects

Proposal calls for state to seed college savings accounts

Concord rep’s plan would provide $200 to New Hampshire children
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