December-28 2012

 

Q&A with House Speaker Terie Norelli

Q&A with House Speaker Terie Norelli

'Uncertainty' remains New Hampshire's economic watchword

'Uncertainty' remains New Hampshire's economic watchword

N.H. attorney has a national impact

N.H. attorney has a national impact

Scott O’Connell’s varied caseload includes representing N.H. hospitals in their suit over Medicaid payments and helping to work for the release of a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay

Financial Literacy Forum set for Feb. 12

Hospitals face financial unknowns

Public policies and external factors are jeopardizing our local health care environment

A DES achievement: safe disposal of hazardous waste

The Hazardous Waste Coordinator Certification program ensures good management practices

Our elected officials listen, but do state agencies?

Northern Pass study commission exposed conflicts of participants from state departments
New Hampshire in 2013: some predictions

New Hampshire in 2013: some predictions

A look at what could and should be in store for Concord in the coming year
Protecting your company from employee theft

Protecting your company from employee theft

The key is having multiple checks and balances in place
How a broker can help you find the space you need

How a broker can help you find the space you need

Finding the right space for your business is like opening a lock with a 10-number combination
Yankee Publishing buys N.H. Business Review, N.H. Magazine

Yankee Publishing buys N.H. Business Review, N.H. Magazine

As PSNH rates rise, the New Hampshire advantage is at risk

The utility’s power plants should compete in the competitive marketplace, not enjoy a favored status that retards the state’s economy
How to calculate a departing employee's wages

How to calculate a departing employee's wages

Several factors determine the amount and timing of the payments
'13 should be a luckier number than '12

'13 should be a luckier number than '12

2013 should be an improvement over 2012, but will it be marginally or substantially better?
Stopping the oppressive manager

Stopping the oppressive manager

The employment landscape is littered with bad leaders -- bosses who pick on employees, or who are just plain mean
Why I decided to leave WMUR

Why I decided to leave WMUR

I’m grateful for all my past experiences, but excited I’m now able to play the role I want in my kids’ lives