August-22 2014

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CruCon Cruise Outlet

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Jason Druin Custom Homes Spearheads Construction of Expansive New CruCon Headquarters

Succession planning and the Market Basket debacle

The lessons we can learn from the Demoulas fiasco

The lessons we can learn from the Demoulas fiasco

If you got fired, would your employees and customers exhibit some of this kind of loyalty?

The value of building global relationships

Why the trade mission to Turkey will help keep N.H. ahead of the curve
Summer, brought to you by nonprofit organizations

Summer, brought to you by nonprofit organizations

They provide essential places and experiences people treasure and count on

Analytics expert joins D-H system

Economic development is more than just slogans

Moving N.H.’s economy forward requires thoughtful, long-range strategic thinking
Waiting room floor show

Waiting room floor show

The problem with today's health care system is not the cost of getting reimbursed for the bill, but the hell of sitting and waiting and being Jerry Springerized

Mental Health First Aid will save N.H. lives

The program can educate and change perspectives and reduce negative attitudes about mental illness

The SBA’s misguided loan simplification

Cartoon for the Week of August 22, 2014

Cartoon for the Week of August 22, 2014

Remembering Gary Long, a true ‘gentle man’

Remembering Gary Long, a true ‘gentle man’

Both he and another 63-year-old, Robin Williams, had much to look forward to in life

Catholic Medical names hospitalist med director

William Goodman will lead hospital-wide improvements to CMC inpatient service
Why Wi-Fi is a must for any restaurant’s menu

Why Wi-Fi is a must for any restaurant’s menu

Being a “hot spot” takes more than great food
Q&A with Carmen Lorentz

Q&A with Carmen Lorentz

Manufacturing ‘is a bright spot, and it’s not something young people think about when they think of New Hampshire,’ says Carmen Lorentz, the new director of the state Division of Economic Development

Cheshire Medical makes CNG switch

How to address the financial aspects of aging

How to address the financial aspects of aging

Issues relating to demographics pervade our society and the broader economy

New Geneia tool aimed at helping ACOs

Sequoya Technologies’ energetic idea

Sequoya Technologies’ energetic idea

By thinking creatively, the Peterborough-based IT firm has gotten its clients involved in the community and made its office more efficient
Five steps to building a strong, motivated team

Five steps to building a strong, motivated team

Every manager can benefit from some key practices to help them succeed
Social media sparkler

Social media sparkler

Keene marketer Peg Fitzpatrick’s savvy lures clients that include tech ‘evangelist’ Guy Kawasaki
Can N.H. ever build the ‘last mile’ of broadband?

Can N.H. ever build the ‘last mile’ of broadband?

Different approaches weighed to reach the 5% without access
20 N.H. companies ranked in Inc. 5000

20 N.H. companies ranked in Inc. 5000

One Granite State firm cracks top 500
Standex acquires aircraft engine company

Standex acquires aircraft engine company

Deal gives N.H. firm an even larger engineering unit
Stress, uncertainty still reign, but there are positive signs

Stress, uncertainty still reign, but there are positive signs

Repositioning, new uses dominate commercial real estate market
Work begins on big Durham mixed-use project

Work begins on big Durham mixed-use project

Madbury Commons will feature 126 student apartments, commercial space
N.E. Construction Forum readied for October

N.E. Construction Forum readied for October

Full-day event focuses on educating construction pros

People and Property: N.H. Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Groundbreaking for new women’s prison, new Marine Patrol HQ … and more
First stage of new Hooksett rest areas set to open

First stage of new Hooksett rest areas set to open

‘Something that is exceptionally and uniquely New Hampshire’
Live Free and Start fine-tunes agenda

Live Free and Start fine-tunes agenda

High-tech initiative holds second meeting in Concord
Acquisition costs hurt Performance Sports earnings

Acquisition costs hurt Performance Sports earnings

But Exeter firm likes its baseball, hockey market share
NH1 News readies big September launch

NH1 News readies big September launch

Binnie-owned company adds Kevin Landrigan, CNN veteran to its news staff
Frustrated fish vendor cuts 10-year ties to Market Basket

Frustrated fish vendor cuts 10-year ties to Market Basket

CEO says he’s ‘dumbfounded’ by mishaps over orders, payments
Nashua Whole Foods gets final touches before opening

Nashua Whole Foods gets final touches before opening

A sneak preview of the chain’s first outlet in N.H.
Will Stewart named new president of Derry-Londonderry chamber

Will Stewart named new president of Derry-Londonderry chamber

Greater Manchester chamber exec to take helm in Sept.
Bottomline sees revenues rise, but posts loss

Bottomline sees revenues rise, but posts loss

CEO is ‘really pleased’ with performance
July residential sales hit three-year high on Seacoast

July residential sales hit three-year high on Seacoast

A sign that market ‘is in full recovery’
Rustic Crust to rise again with groundbreaking

Rustic Crust to rise again with groundbreaking

Pizza crust maker’s facility to re-emerge at Pittsfield site
Site of Whole Foods Market in Nashua sold for $27m

Site of Whole Foods Market in Nashua sold for $27m

CBRE/New England handles sale of Turnpike Plaza
Hannah Grimes Center to grow again

Hannah Grimes Center to grow again

Keene business assistance facility launches capital campaign

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

147k-square-foot Perimeter Rd. property sold, Sully’s market property sold in Suncook … and more
13 N.H. business-related bankruptcies filed in July

13 N.H. business-related bankruptcies filed in July

Monthly bankruptcy filings reach eight-year low
Longtime Concord reporter Kevin Landrigan laid off by Nashua Telegraph

Longtime Concord reporter Kevin Landrigan laid off by Nashua Telegraph

Newspaper decides to shut its State House Bureau
Market Basket turmoil pushes N.H. staffing firm into bankruptcy

Market Basket turmoil pushes N.H. staffing firm into bankruptcy

Supermarket chain battle is ‘latest blow’ for Bedford-based American Resource Staffing
Tepid 2Q results for Albany International

Tepid 2Q results for Albany International

But aerospace outlook seems bright for Rochester manufacturer
GTAT eyes profits ahead, dismisses quarterly loss

GTAT eyes profits ahead, dismisses quarterly loss

Apple deal and investment in new technologies expected to pay off
N.H. ranks 16th in clean technology index

N.H. ranks 16th in clean technology index

The Granite State has room to grow, but the foundation is there
Normalcy returning to N.H. foreclosure numbers

Normalcy returning to N.H. foreclosure numbers

June foreclosure deeds are lowest since 2007
Low quarterly numbers not indicative of iCAD’s future

Low quarterly numbers not indicative of iCAD’s future

Despite still recovering from debt restructuring, iCAD sees growth ahead
Local businesses show support for solar energy

Local businesses show support for solar energy

N.H.'s solar rebate program makes solar panels affordable and economical say advocates
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