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At public firms, average N.H. CEO’s pay has gone up 64 percent since 2008 June 14 2013

At public firms, average N.H. CEO’s pay has gone up 64 percent since 2008

The average CEO earned $2.7 million last year

Women and leadership: more work needs to be done, especially in N.H. May 31 2013

Women and leadership: more work needs to be done, especially in N.H.

New Hampshire lags behind other states in the number of female executives and board members, as well as in the number of women-owned businesses

N.H. already has slot machines –- and lots of them May 17 2013

N.H. already has slot machines –- and lots of them

As the Legislature debates whether to allow a “high-end” casino, New Hampshire residents have been playing slot machines all along

Ten years after NH's Old Man of the Mountain May 3 2013

Ten years after NH's Old Man of the Mountain

Region’s businesses still picking up the pieces a decade after the Old Man Of The Mountain fell

May 3 2013

N.H. homebuilders search for reasons to be hopeful

‘It has been so bad for so many years. It doesn’t take much to make people feel better,’ says Kendall Buck, executive president of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of N.H.

Granite State Future faces outspoken opposition April 19 2013

Granite State Future faces outspoken opposition

To supporters, statewide planning effort presents a unique opportunity; to opponents, it’s Agenda 21

Division of Economic Development: The little agency that could April 5 2013

Division of Economic Development: The little agency that could

With scant resources, the Division of Economic Development’s recruitment team makes an impact in N.H., and beyond

Job action March 22 2013

Job action

Amid growing optimism, staffing firms see more hiring among employers

Sylvania re-ups for NHMS sponsorship March 8 2013

Sylvania re-ups for NHMS sponsorship

With NASCAR still recovering from the downturn, 5-year extension is good news for Loudon track

Tax credits seen as boost to N.H. film industry February 22 2013

Tax credits seen as boost to N.H. film industry

New Hampshire is one of five states in the country that don’t offer any sort of incentive for movie producers