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One-sided N.H. House vote backs Auto Dealer Bill of Rights May 31 2013

One-sided N.H. House vote backs Auto Dealer Bill of Rights

The bill would give dealers greater leverage and protections in their dealings with carmakers

State agency offers grants to food, agricultural product exporters May 31 2013

State agency offers grants to food, agricultural product exporters

The federal grant products like cosmetics or similar merchandise that are agriculturally based

May 17 2013

N.H. manufacturers learn to live with, and reap benefits from, deregulated electricity market

It's only been since about 2006 when companies large and small got out of their comfort zones and began to take the plunge into the competitive energy market

GTAT buys Calif. firm with N.H. facility May 17 2013

GTAT buys Calif. firm with N.H. facility

Thermal Technology LLC has a facility in Concord

Ex-N.H. AG Delaney joins McLane law firm May 17 2013

Ex-N.H. AG Delaney joins McLane law firm

He’s taking a job at the firm his successor, Joe Foster, just left

May 17 2013

Two N.H. firms receive Energy Department technology grants

The winning technologies have a strong potential for commercialization and job creation

BET tips amendment gets a Senate hearing May 17 2013

BET tips amendment gets a Senate hearing

The draft amendment to House Bill 520 did not receive a completely warm welcome

N.H. is near-perfect in new small business survey May 17 2013

N.H. is near-perfect in new small business survey

You can’t get a grade higher than A+

Standex settles ice machine lawsuit; reports 3Q earnings May 17 2013

Standex settles ice machine lawsuit; reports 3Q earnings

But the company did not admit fault in the Louisiana lawsuit

Bottomline reports $3.6 million third-quarter loss May 17 2013

Bottomline reports $3.6 million third-quarter loss

So far, the firm’s loss stands at $10.6 million for the first nine months of the fiscal year