New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2006

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Infrastructure: key to NH’s competitiveness

So why do we only reinvest 2.5% of the infrastructure’s worth back into the system every year?

Measuring the variables of a healthy community

Healthy Monadnock initiative considers how to accelerate change

Let’s face the facts about democracy in NH

A new report finds that the storybook version doesn’t exist for the vast majority

Without budget, legislative gains are incomplete

Many accomplishments remain in limbo because of governor’s veto
Will curiosity kill the cat?

Will curiosity kill the cat?

Wading through a job candidate’s online information has pitfalls

Preserve choice in the health marketplace

‘One-size-fits-all’ health care would hamper the progress we’ve made
Q&A with NH Charitable Foundation CEO Dick Ober

Q&A with NH Charitable Foundation CEO Dick Ober

‘The state faces challenges based on our aging population and the changing nature of our economy in ensuring there is a vibrant workforce,’ says Dick Ober, president and CEO of the NH Charitable Foundation.

Travel fees: what you don’t know can hurt you

When it comes to booking corporate trips, beware of hidden margins
The transgender journey

The transgender journey

The results of Harvard Pilgrim’s learning process
Tri-City Expo theme:  ‘Throwback Thursday’

Tri-City Expo theme: ‘Throwback Thursday’

27th annual event will celebrate past and future growth of businesses
How’s business in the Lakes Region?

How’s business in the Lakes Region?

Business leaders discuss tourism, expanding the manufacturing base and retaining young people
New book offers a fresh take on leadership

New book offers a fresh take on leadership

‘Future of Everything’ shows how to adapt to a new corporate landscape

Pressures tighten on for-profit colleges

Industry is struggling to survive in NH, elsewhere
Carpenters at work

Carpenters at work

A day in the life of Stratham-based Oxland Builders
Two lifelong contributions

Two lifelong contributions

Remembering two men whose lives touched so many
Cartoon for the week of August 21

Cartoon for the week of August 21

Sale means the end for Bedford Macy’s

Sale means the end for Bedford Macy’s

Texas firm buys property for new commercial development
Enterasys parent announces 20% workforce reduction

Enterasys parent announces 20% workforce reduction

But it’s unknown how many in New Hampshire are affected
TechWomen speaker addresses how to navigate a startup’s challenges

TechWomen speaker addresses how to navigate a startup’s challenges

SURFSET Fitness founder shares insights on forging a global brand through technology and passion
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Dyn readies TechTober Fest, FirstLight’s line of credit grows … and more
The opportunities and challenges of drones

The opportunities and challenges of drones

Proliferation of unmanned aerial systems raises questions of privacy, safety
Sprague sales drop in second quarter

Sprague sales drop in second quarter

But net loss for period falls $7m from a year ago
Analysis: Private construction continues to lag in NH

Analysis: Private construction continues to lag in NH

State-by-state report tracks 13-year decline in economic impact
Seacoast residential sales still sizzling

Seacoast residential sales still sizzling

July transactions reach highest level in years
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Norwood inks Nashua Courthouse sale, CATCH’s Heard namedon Housing Investment Fund vice chair … and more
Emma to take over as president of Merrimack County Savings Bank

Emma to take over as president of Merrimack County Savings Bank

Paul Rizzi announces Jan. 1 retirement
iCAD reports $27.8m loss, cost-cutting measures

iCAD reports $27.8m loss, cost-cutting measures

Medicare reimbursement issues hurt earnings
Gutierrez resigns as CEO of embattled GT Advanced Technologies

Gutierrez resigns as CEO of embattled GT Advanced Technologies

Solar division chief David Keck to succeed him
Planet Fitness IPO launch is flat

Planet Fitness IPO launch is flat

HEB Engineers attracts young talent

HEB Engineers attracts young talent

Who says all the young professionals are leaving the North Country?
PC Connection continues solid performance

PC Connection continues solid performance

Notebooks now constitute almost a quarter of sales
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Hyndsight Vision Systems announces headquarters expansion, Dyn plans TechToberFest … and more
Social media for business – tips for the tech industry and beyond

Social media for business – tips for the tech industry and beyond

With social media sphere constantly changing, it requires a unique combination of skills
Hannah Grimes Center wins SBA's Growth Accelerator Fund competition

Hannah Grimes Center wins SBA's Growth Accelerator Fund competition

Keene incubator receives $50,000
Brotherly dispute may impair Planet Fitness's public offering

Brotherly dispute may impair Planet Fitness's public offering

The last minute disclosure of a brotherly legal dispute might mar Planet Fitness’s $200 million initial public offering that’s expected to take place on Thursday.
Sharp increase in statewide foreclosures in June

Sharp increase in statewide foreclosures in June

But NH Housing Finance Authority says it's not indicative of trend
Sales pick up for Ruger

Sales pick up for Ruger

Units ordered in second quarter increase by 100,000 over 2014
Manchester-Nashua foreclosure rates decrease again in May

Manchester-Nashua foreclosure rates decrease again in May

Foreclosure delinquency also continues to drop in 2015

National housing supply down year-over-year for fifth straight month

Inventory of all homes for sale nationwide fell 6.5 percent from 2014
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Belknap EDC purchases Colonial Theatre, St. Mary’s adds to its mortgage lending team .... and more

Senior housing to be added to Railroad Street area of Keene

Third part of development to add affordable housing, services for seniors
AOL cofounder brings startup competition to New Hampshire

AOL cofounder brings startup competition to New Hampshire

Rising startups have chance to win $100,000
Titeflex Aerospace breaks ground on facility expansion

Titeflex Aerospace breaks ground on facility expansion

New facility will incorporate green initiatives, reduce waste

Five companies receive grants to train employees

Job Training Fund awards over $34,000
Deal will unite Presstek and Goss International

Deal will unite Presstek and Goss International

Parent of Hudson-based printer plans to buy Durham-based manufacturer from Chinese firm
Planet Fitness’ IPO expected on Thursday

Planet Fitness’ IPO expected on Thursday

Newington-based gym franchise expected to fetch at least $14 - $16 a share
Three NH businesses file for bankruptcy in July

Three NH businesses file for bankruptcy in July

Bankruptcy filings remain unchanged since June
White Mountains Insurance Group sells off subsidiary

White Mountains Insurance Group sells off subsidiary

Chinese investment firm could pay up to $2.2 billion for Sirius International Investment Group
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