August-24 2012

 

July foreclosures drop; hit low for 2012

7 businesses file as Aug. bankruptcies fall

Epsom Montessori school files for bankruptcy

Bottomline's latest acquisition is OKd

Research grants open to N.H. companies

N.H. future construction contracts rebound in July

There were substantial increases in anticipated projects in both the New Hampshire nonresidential and nonbuilding sectors, with a somewhat modest decrease in residential construction.

GTAT shareholders OK execs' pay, but not overwhelmingly

GT Advanced Technologies' shareholders approved the executive pay of its top officers.

FairPoint to challenge municipalities' telephone pole assessments

USA Springs auction remains on schedule

N.H. women's conference set for September 28

Third annual New Hampshire Conference for Women inspiring Women.

Graduation rate of native-born New Hampshirites raises a range of concerns

Taking the pulse of the Lakes Region

Taking the pulse of the Lakes Region

Cleaning business is nonprofit's latest for-profit venture

Cleaning business is nonprofit's latest for-profit venture

Families in Transition launches new commercial cleaning service as a source of revenue
NHBR forum to explore health reform law

NHBR forum to explore health reform law

The unpredictability of the N.H. House primaries

The rules are changing for operating agreements

The rules are changing for operating agreements

Avoiding risk can be the biggest risk of all

Avoiding risk can be the biggest risk of all

Playing it “safe,” mostly by investing in bonds, can lead to a lifestyle-draining predicament

How to stay injury-free at work

Proper posture, frequent breaks, stretching all help reduce the risk of pain and injury
Developing a culture of coaching in the workplace

Developing a culture of coaching in the workplace

It’s important to provide support on the path to self-development
Good news for small businesses, sort of

Good news for small businesses, sort of

Shadow IT and seized opportunities

Without a communicated and shared cloud strategy, corporate IT is forced into a reactive posture when it comes to the cloud

N.H.'s big step forward to improve oral health

Newly passed law puts state at forefront of access to dental care

Unique STAR program works to close skills gap

Passage of "Audit the Fed" bill step to rebuilding economy

Transparency is an idea whose time has come

‘No Labels’ no good for Democrats

No Labels pushes the agenda of the wealthy and exploits the public’s frustration with gridlocked government

Dems' rhetoric on state deficit is pure fantasy

Patently false claims fly in the face of fiscal reality
NHBR About Town: Plaistow Lions Club

NHBR About Town: Plaistow Lions Club

NHBR About Town: Optima Bank

NHBR About Town: Optima Bank

NHBR About Town: Citizens Bank & WMUR-TV

NHBR About Town: Citizens Bank & WMUR-TV

NHBR About Town: New Hampshire Distributors

NHBR About Town: New Hampshire Distributors

NHBR About Town: American Legion's Boys & Girls Nation

NHBR About Town: American Legion's Boys & Girls Nation

NHBR About Town: Lakes Region Community College

NHBR About Town: Lakes Region Community College

NHBR About Town: Rivier University

NHBR About Town: Rivier University

NHBR About Town: Kingston Auction Company

NHBR About Town: Kingston Auction Company

NHBR About Town: Lake Sunapee Bank

NHBR About Town: Lake Sunapee Bank

NHBR About Town: Cityside Management Corp.

NHBR About Town: Cityside Management Corp.

Q&A with eminent domain attorney James Morris

Q&A with eminent domain attorney James Morris

Presstek to be acquired by private equity firm

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