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April 17 2015

House budget: no business tax hikes, but no cuts either

Business groups take aim at aspects of $11.2 billion plan

UNH roundtable to explore universities’ link to econ development April 17 2015

UNH roundtable to explore universities’ link to econ development

Exploring how research schools are ‘leading the next generation of economic opportunity’

N.H. Governor’s Travel Conference set for May 4-5 April 17 2015

N.H. Governor’s Travel Conference set for May 4-5

First time the event will be held in the Monadnock Region

N.H. business-related bankruptcies rise to 9 in March April 17 2015

N.H. business-related bankruptcies rise to 9 in March

But total filings remain at near-record lows

Fed contract matchmaking events planned in N.H. April 17 2015

Fed contract matchmaking events planned in N.H.

DRED plans prep seminars in advance of regional gatherings

N.H.’s take from Obama transportation funding plan: $195 million April 17 2015

N.H.’s take from Obama transportation funding plan: $195 million

Grow America Act would inject $756 billion over six years for infrastructure improvements

Study says pay equity for N.H. women won’t come until 2082 April 17 2015

Study says pay equity for N.H. women won’t come until 2082

Granite State is tied with Arkansas for 12th worst in the nation in terms of the time it will take to achieve equal pay

Survey says Dartmouth delivers best college value in N.H. April 3 2015

Survey says Dartmouth delivers best college value in N.H.

But national ranking puts Granite State schools near the bottom

April 3 2015

Senate compromise seeks middle ground on Eversource divestiture costs

Under measure, all ratepayers would pay toward stranded costs

New Hampshire sets the pace for personal income growth in New England April 3 2015

New Hampshire sets the pace for personal income growth in New England

Granite Staters’ income grew by 4.5 percent in 2014 – 12th best in U.S.

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