New Hampshire Business Review December 23 2005

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NH firms play key roles in medical device production

NH firms play key roles in medical device production

A collaborative network provides services ranging from design to manufacturing
Rising costs rattle health insurer landscape in NH

Rising costs rattle health insurer landscape in NH

Granite State weathers a national reverberation
Online subscription services make their mark in retail

Online subscription services make their mark in retail

Over $5 billion business continues to grow
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Hvizda moves to Keller Williams Realty Andover, Brookstone wins shipyard job … and more
$50 million Cranmore development launched

$50 million Cranmore development launched

Kearsarge Brook Condominiums to include 106 units, new base lodge area
North Country hospital to expand facilities

North Country hospital to expand facilities

Work begins in October on $2m Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital project
Performance Sports Group pays CEO in salary instead of stock

Performance Sports Group pays CEO in salary instead of stock

Stock rebounds despite new agreement
Keene board backs plans for old middle school

Keene board backs plans for old middle school

Hudson firm plans multi-use commercial/residential project
Norton on real estate: the shortcomings of 2016

Norton on real estate: the shortcomings of 2016

There has been no focus on real economic issues, policies and outcomes in the circus of a presidential campaign
Planet Fitness owners reduce majority ownership

Planet Fitness owners reduce majority ownership

Private equity firm releases shares for third time
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Connection celebrates name change, Rivier University receives National Science Foundation grant ... and more
Nashua-based Ping4Inc. awarded contract with DHS

Nashua-based Ping4Inc. awarded contract with DHS

Mobile communications company will provide platform for first responders in flood conditions

Antrim Wind should move forward

Approval will show that NH is serious about moving toward a clean energy future and reaching its economic, innovation and environmental goals
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Barry Brensinger receives Outstanding Neighbor Award, CJ Architects expands to Portsmouth's North End ... and more
Homeowners regain equity as home values trend upward

Homeowners regain equity as home values trend upward

92.9 percent of all mortgaged properties nationwide have positive equity
Home foreclosures decline substantially nationwide

Home foreclosures decline substantially nationwide

July foreclosure inventory rate lowest since 2007
Polycor Inc. acquires Concord-based Swenson Granite

Polycor Inc. acquires Concord-based Swenson Granite

Combined stone producer is largest in North America
Division of Historical Resources celebrates 50 years of preservation

Division of Historical Resources celebrates 50 years of preservation

Daylong symposium will include preservation success stories, panel discussion
Construction backlog for large contractors hits new peak

Construction backlog for large contractors hits new peak

But Northeast continues to see backlog decline
ProPhotonix sees ‘continual financial progress’

ProPhotonix sees ‘continual financial progress’

Salem-based firm reports two consecutive profitable halves
FERC commissioner to speak at NH Energy Summit

FERC commissioner to speak at NH Energy Summit

Oct. 3 conference also features panel discussions on regional issues

Two more sentences issued in USA Springs-related fraud

Seven-year prison terms issued in Nevada trial
New Hampshire opts to explore its own public safety telecom network

New Hampshire opts to explore its own public safety telecom network

Executive Council vote paves way for potentially opting out of federal effort
UNH-IOL becomes first to offer 25G Ethernet testing

UNH-IOL becomes first to offer 25G Ethernet testing

To meet growing demand for higher data rates
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Hypertherm’s 3D printers, RMON Networks named to Fast Growth list … and more
Lonza leases more space at Pease

Lonza leases more space at Pease

Growing company also acquires California firm
Local contractors targeted by GT Advanced Technologies lawsuits

Local contractors targeted by GT Advanced Technologies lawsuits

Company seeks return of money spent on Merrimack facility’s expansion
Home prices continue to rise in New Hampshire

Home prices continue to rise in New Hampshire

4.2 percent annual hike in July
Coldwell Banker: Bedford least affordable, Claremont most affordable housing markets

Coldwell Banker: Bedford least affordable, Claremont most affordable housing markets

2016 report analyzes average listing price in 12 NH communities
Seacoast residential sales off from a year ago

Seacoast residential sales off from a year ago

Condo median sale price sets monthly record
Claremont property management firm plans big expansion

Claremont property management firm plans big expansion

National Field Representatives to add 20,000 square feet in consolidation of facilities
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee realty firms merge, North Branch completes Cardigan School dorm … and more
Southern NH University reaches deal to run Daniel Webster College operations

Southern NH University reaches deal to run Daniel Webster College operations

All students, programs to be administered by SNHU
Wireless technology for business owners

Wireless technology for business owners

Tips to enhance and optimize mobile business strategy
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