New Hampshire Business Review Archive 2006

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Q&A with Center for Women & Enterprise Director Nancy Pearson

Q&A with Center for Women & Enterprise Director Nancy Pearson

‘Women entrepreneurs face structural, financial and cultural barriers that are often invisible but can adversely impact revenue numbers and job creation,’ says Nancy Pearson, director of the Center for Women & Enterprise.
Extended Learning programs link schools, businesses

Extended Learning programs link schools, businesses

Real-world experiences seen as mechanism to build Granite State workforce
Looking for a business idea?

Looking for a business idea?

It may be as close as your own backyard
How to recruit new salespeople

How to recruit new salespeople

Slowing down the hiring process can be a good thing

Medicaid expansion is critical for NH

Investing in a time of ‘sharing’

Investing in a time of ‘sharing’

While consumers might love the benefits of the ‘sharing economy’ investors and others may not

Employment and state pregnancy leave requirements

What New Hampshire law says about providing leave to employees

Impeachment a tale of eroding checks, balances

‘The Walking Dead,’ Northern Pass edition

4 steps to help address the opioid epidemic

It’s an issue of humanity, and it’s important to take action now

The ABCs of accelerated bridge construction

When used appropriately, the more efficient method uses higher-quality components

Eversource’s ‘bully’ tactics

Cartoon Week of April 13, 2018

Cartoon Week of April 13, 2018

A different view of Trump

A different view of Trump

A trip to Florida reveals contrasting attitudes toward the president
How does an employer approach becoming a ‘recovery-friendly workplace’?

How does an employer approach becoming a ‘recovery-friendly workplace’?

Granite State businesses share different perspectives, practices
ARMI update shows an industry beginning to take shape

ARMI update shows an industry beginning to take shape

‘You’ve already seen companies moving here and opening up shop, and you’ll only see more of that’
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

NH submits amicus brief to Supreme Court regarding internet sales tax case, Pennsylvania company purchases Dunn Industries ... and more
Meteorologist to headline April 11 TechWomen Power Breakfast

Meteorologist to headline April 11 TechWomen Power Breakfast

WMUR’s Hayley LaPoint to discuss technology and accuracy of weather forecasting in New England
Global trends drive growth for Nashua firms

Global trends drive growth for Nashua firms

Microdesk, M2 Technologies assist clients in achieving efficiency

ARMI tax break proposal examined by New Hampshire House panel

Tax credit, loan forgiveness bill greeted by wary lawmakers
NH Businesses for Social Responsibility readies 17th Spring Conference

NH Businesses for Social Responsibility readies 17th Spring Conference

Director of Harvard Center for Health and Global Environment to deliver keynote
Hitchiner announces $50 million expansion

Hitchiner announces $50 million expansion

Manufacturer unveils plans to build 85,000-square-foot facility in Milford
UNH researchers put a high price tag on coastal ‘nuisance flooding’

UNH researchers put a high price tag on coastal ‘nuisance flooding’

Study finds over 7,500 miles of roadways along East Coast are threatened
Granite Bridge reaches deal with NH Building Trades Council

Granite Bridge reaches deal with NH Building Trades Council

Manchester, Nashua, Concord chambers endorse gas pipeline project
NH’s February construction jobless rate down from 2017

NH’s February construction jobless rate down from 2017

7.7 percent rate is third-lowest in U.S.
Where is the housing market headed?

Where is the housing market headed?

Rising interest rates, prices make homeownership a different kind of calculation
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Fair Housing Act conference at St. A’s, NH Housing boosts affordable housing projects … and more

185 New Hampshire bankruptcies filed in March

Total is a big jump from February

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Net metering bill generates heated debate

Bid to add larger renewable systems stirs debate before House panel
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Sen. Hassan visits Smiths Medical in Keene, Saint-Gobain agrees to cover filters for Merrimack Village District Water Works ... and more
SNHU incorporates real-life cybersecurity scenarios to evaluate students’ skills

SNHU incorporates real-life cybersecurity scenarios to evaluate students’ skills

CYBRScore Labs provides a series of 30 scenarios integrated within three cybersecurity graduate-level courses
Clean Tech Corner: When clean technology meets policy

Clean Tech Corner: When clean technology meets policy

When cars no longer run on gasoline, how will we pay for our roads?
BAE Systems contributes nearly $1 billion to NH’s economy

BAE Systems contributes nearly $1 billion to NH’s economy

Electronic Systems division has 580 job openings in Nashua
GT Advanced Technologies shareholder suit settled for $27 million

GT Advanced Technologies shareholder suit settled for $27 million

And plaintiffs win a key ruling in second suit related to bankruptcy
Report: Foreign-owned businesses a key New Hampshire employer

Report: Foreign-owned businesses a key New Hampshire employer

Plymouth State study finds they employ 44,000 Granite Staters
Ray, McLear seek to team up on another I-93 rest area

Ray, McLear seek to team up on another I-93 rest area

Proposal calls for facility similar to developers’ Hooksett project
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Red Oak completes Milford townhome project, NH Housing honors partners … and more

NH House committee skeptical of real estate transfer tax break

Ways and Means members voice concerns, criticism about bill aimed at first-time homebuyers
Why we should keep current use as it is

Why we should keep current use as it is

The system is key to the state’s economy and quality of life

NH Site Evaluation Committee should stand firm on Northern Pass decision

State regulators should be looking out for the public good
NH Senate OKs bills to shore up biomass plants

NH Senate OKs bills to shore up biomass plants

Measures would hike rates to subsidize industry
New Hampshire’s personal income rose 3.5% in 2017

New Hampshire’s personal income rose 3.5% in 2017

Growth rate ranks seventh in nation, third in New England

Current use study efforts fizzle in NH Legislature

Efforts to probe system’s effect on taxpayers tabled in House, Senate

The rest of the Brock impeachment story

It’s a tale of eroding checks and balances on the judiciary
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