The former state senator and successful businessman emerged from retirement to enter the beer business
An interview with Glenn Perlow, New Hampshire's new banking commissioner
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.
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.
‘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.
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.
‘Every single thing that we do is focused on job retention or creation, or enhancing the property tax base,’ says Stephen Heavener
Peter Egelston, founder of Smuttynose Brewing Company, has been overseeing construction of a new $22 million, LEED-certified facility in Hampton project that will allow the company to triple its beer production.