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Vt. bank acquisition adds to N.H. Thrift Bancshares holdings July 12 2013

Vt. bank acquisition adds to N.H. Thrift Bancshares holdings

Details of the $14.4 million purchase of Central Financial Corp., owner of Randolph National Bank, were released in a proxy last week

N.H. business loans shoot up under federal bank lending program July 12 2013

N.H. business loans shoot up under federal bank lending program

In the first quarter, the banks collectively lent businesses $817 million – 30 percent more than 2010

Calif. tech firm opens software lab in Nashua July 12 2013

Calif. tech firm opens software lab in Nashua

Cloudera helps its clients manage and analyze ‘big data’

Ruger picks North Carolina for new manufacturing plant July 12 2013

Ruger picks North Carolina for new manufacturing plant

The new site is not far from rival gunmaker Remington’s headquarters

N.H. Ball Bearings acquires German firm July 12 2013

N.H. Ball Bearings acquires German firm

Cerobear manufactures ceramic ball bearings, giving NHBB a new product

N.H. foreclosures remain on their downward track July 12 2013

N.H. foreclosures remain on their downward track

But there were more foreclosures in May than April

Affordable Care Act forum Aug. 8 at SNHU July 12 2013

Affordable Care Act forum Aug. 8 at SNHU

‘Countdown to October 1, 2013: The Affordable Care Act and Your Small Business’ will offer information businesses will need to comply with the mandate to offer health coverage to employees

24 June bankruptcies in N.H. due to business debt July 12 2013

24 June bankruptcies in N.H. due to business debt

Database change adds business-related personal bankruptcies to statistics

Governor signs N.H. business corporation law rewrite June 28 2013

Governor signs N.H. business corporation law rewrite

It’s the first major rewrite in two decades of New Hampshire’s corporation law

New Hampshire construction contract totals dismal again in May June 28 2013

New Hampshire construction contract totals dismal again in May

Once again, residential construction is the only bright spot