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Q&A with N.H. Public Radio President Betsy Gardella June 28 2013

Q&A with N.H. Public Radio President Betsy Gardella

‘I would say that we really make the most of the fact that we are a small-market station,’ said Betsy Gardella, president and CEO of NHPR. ‘We think of ourselves as an innovation hub for public media.’

Q&A with attorney/political activist Billy Shaheen June 14 2013

Q&A with attorney/political activist Billy Shaheen

Believe it or not, Madbury lawyer and renowned Democratic Party activist William Shaheen – known to just about everybody as Billy – actually took a lengthy hiatus from politics.

There’s more to the 501(c) controversy May 31 2013

There’s more to the 501(c) controversy

There certainly is a legitimate issue about how many entities we should afford tax exemption

Q&A with Henniker Brewing Co. Co-founder Dave Currier May 31 2013

Q&A with Henniker Brewing Co. Co-founder Dave Currier

The former state senator and successful businessman emerged from retirement to enter the beer business

Q&A with State Banking Commissioner Glenn Perlow May 17 2013

Q&A with State Banking Commissioner Glenn Perlow

An interview with Glenn Perlow, New Hampshire's new banking commissioner

Q&A with Derryfield Head of School Mary Carter May 3 2013

Q&A with Derryfield Head of School Mary Carter

Dr. Mary Carter was named head of The Derryfield School in January, after serving in a variety of roles at the Manchester independent prep institution since 1997, including interim head.

Ensign to retire after 42 years at Lake Sunapee Bank April 19 2013

Ensign to retire after 42 years at Lake Sunapee Bank

Stephen W. Ensign, longtime CEO, chairman and most recently executive chairman of Newport-based Lake Sunapee Bank, has announced he will retire from the bank at the end of April.

Q&A with DRED Commissioner Jeff Rose April 19 2013

Q&A with DRED Commissioner Jeff Rose

A Q&A with the new head of DRED

Q&A with More Than Wheels CEO Terri Steingrebe April 5 2013

Q&A with More Than Wheels CEO Terri Steingrebe

‘We look at ourselves as a social enterprise, a nonprofit that is run like a business, which is not how a lot of nonprofits are viewed,’ says Terry Steingrebe, CEO of New Hampshire-based More Than Wheels.

Q&A with Insurance agent and former state senator Ray White March 22 2013

Q&A with Insurance agent and former state senator Ray White

Ray White runs Cornerstone Benefits and Retirement Group, a Bedford firm that sells employee benefit packages to businesses. As a Republican state senator last year, he was at the center of the debate over whether New Hampshire should set up its own health insurance exchange and wound up clashing with liberals and conservatives.