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Ruger closes 2017 with big drop in sales, income

28 percent cut in workforce helped gunmaker adapt to slump
February 22, 2018

March TechWomen Power Breakfast to feature Amanda Grappone Osmer

Fourth generation autodealership owner will discuss maintaining values and founding practices while embracing the entrepreneurial spirit
February 22, 2018

Risk assessments are crucial to thwart cyberattacks

A holistic assessment reveals gaps and can provide a clear plan for how to close them
February 22, 2018

Advances to LUKE arm demonstrated in Manchester Millyard

Fully integrated, bionic arm is available to amputee veterans
February 22, 2018

Kuster reintroduces Coding Technology Improvement Act

Bill would expand eligibility to receive federal funding for coding programs
February 22, 2018

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Behrman Capital acquires Corfin Industries, N’ware Technologies recognized by SAP ... and more
February 22, 2018

Forum for NH businesses to address ‘real cost’ of mental health, addiction crisis

March 28 event will explore challenges, opportunities, initiatives
February 22, 2018

House committee chooses energy efficiency over rebates

Finance panel backs amendment to change RGGI funds formula
February 22, 2018

100+ NH businesses voice support for passenger rail

Coalition calls for lawmakers to back $4 million study
February 21, 2018

Survey finds pessimism over post-tax cut housing market

Housing experts say they expect appreciation to slow to below 3 percent by 2021
February 21, 2018

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

February 21, 2018

New Hampshire House backs bill to limit renewable energy incentives

Measure takes aim at state-mandated solar, wind requirements for utilities
February 20, 2018

Why NH has no income tax

The state’s aversion to ‘broad-based’ taxes remains a mystery to many
February 16, 2018

How’s business in the Upper Valley?

Area businesspeople assess the state of the region’s economy
February 16, 2018

Q&A with Currier Museum of Art Director and CEO Alan Chong

Through its program, “The Art of Hope,” the Currier provides “a welcome sanctuary for families dealing with substance use issues, by providing a place to look at and create art together. It takes down barriers, not only in terms of access but also understanding of art,” says Dr. Alan Chong, the museum’s ninth director and CEO.
February 16, 2018
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