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New legislative session targets business issues

New legislative session targets business issues

There are plenty of bills to keep an eye on in 2018
Q&A with zero-waste pioneer Alex Freid

Q&A with zero-waste pioneer Alex Freid

University of New Hampshire alumnus Alex Freid, who founded the Post Landfill Action Network in 2011 while still at UNH, says the growing organization is ‘challenging the models of disposability and planned obsolescence.’
Suncook doctor honored for career of compassion

Suncook doctor honored for career of compassion

Gerard Hevern wins national honor as Family Physician of Year
Should you have long-term care insurance?

Should you have long-term care insurance?

The goal of long-term care insurance is to protect the policy owner from footing the entire bill of an extended stay in a healthcare facility, such as a nursing home or rehabilitation center.
Capitalizing on a growing global economy

Capitalizing on a growing global economy

Four reasons you may want to invest in this expanding marketplace
Know your business’ value

Know your business’ value

If your business represents a substantial part of your net worth, it’s something you need to understand
Reconsidering the cost of education

Reconsidering the cost of education

Making the wrong choice can have a profound negative impact on long-term savings
Cartoon for the Week of January 5, 2018

Cartoon for the Week of January 5, 2018

Beware the bitcoin bubble

Investments in cryptocurrency have become part of a get-rich-quick scheme

The ‘Hoobub and the Grinch’: Northern Pass edition

New Hampshire’s millennial misconception

It’s wrong to think that the state can immediately transform itself into becoming ‘millennial-friendly’ through select actions
The age of mobility

The age of mobility

No matter how you choose your career, it must be taken into consideration
Really cutting health costs

Really cutting health costs

The key is doing a lot more to discourage unhealthy trends
Good advice for the ages

Good advice for the ages

Recent tax bill is at odds with George Washington’s ‘farewell’ wisdom
Private well testing produces troublesome results

Private well testing produces troublesome results

Water in one out of five NH private wells contains levels above state standards for arsenic

House bills could reshape New Hampshire's energy-efficiency policy

Lawmakers to vote Tuesday, Wednesday on key measures

NH’s 2017 ended with slight annual increase in bankruptcies

Total number of filings rose by 1%, first increase since 2010
Lead bill among the first measures on NH House’s 2018 agenda

Lead bill among the first measures on NH House’s 2018 agenda

Lawmakers to take up last year’s attempts at compromise

New Hampshire businesses urge lawmakers to adopt clean energy policies

In letter, 50 firms point to economic, environmental benefits
House bill proposes change to business filings requirements

House bill proposes change to business filings requirements

All entities would have to register with the state, even businesses operating under the owner’s name
What businesses should upgrade in the new year

What businesses should upgrade in the new year

Cybersecurity safeguards are gifts that keep on giving
A win against bureaucratic encroachment

A win against bureaucratic encroachment

In NH Securities Bureau enforcement case, judge reaffirms right to a jury trial
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Global Relief Technologies receives award from Raytheon, San Diego firm acquires Dover-based Commercial Logic ... and more
New Hampshire should not let the winds of opportunity pass us by

New Hampshire should not let the winds of opportunity pass us by

Pease International Tradeport could be an ideal location for the offshore wind sector
SNHU seeks entrepreneurial ideas for 7th annual business challenge

SNHU seeks entrepreneurial ideas for 7th annual business challenge

The winning business plan will receive $5,000 from the Tory C. Marandos Foundation
Semiconductor firm breaks ground on Manchester expansion

Semiconductor firm breaks ground on Manchester expansion

Allegro Microsystems to add 15,000 square feet to Perimeter Road site
Report: Homelessness on the rise in NH

Report: Homelessness on the rise in NH

Cost, availability of housing blamed for increase
Six New Hampshire affordable housing projects win FHLB grants

Six New Hampshire affordable housing projects win FHLB grants

$7.2 million awarded to initiatives creating 115 units
NH’s first eight-passenger gondola planned at Bretton Woods

NH’s first eight-passenger gondola planned at Bretton Woods

Ski resort outlines plans at Bethlehem Planning Board meeting
NHDOT wins EPA grant to purchase replacement vehicles

NHDOT wins EPA grant to purchase replacement vehicles

$790,000 awarded to acquire lower-emission diesel equipment
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

CRDC honors banking industry standouts … and more
New Hampshire family leave plan praised at forum in Bow

New Hampshire family leave plan praised at forum in Bow

Business owners gather to discuss merits of House bill
NH rep seeks to repeal state timber tax

NH rep seeks to repeal state timber tax

But attempt to repeal constitutionally mandated levy would create ‘a huge problem’

New hearing planned in Portsmouth on toll hike proposal

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

UK firm buys UNH startup, TechWomen Ambassadors week … and more
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