February-20 2015

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When a good legislator sponsors bad legislation

When a good legislator sponsors bad legislation

Bid to tax non-profits is a misguided attempt to address state’s revenue problem
The powerful impact of two exceptional mentors

The powerful impact of two exceptional mentors

The deaths of Kimon Zachos and Rohe Pennington are a reminder of the values they taught others
The secret to planning a successful retirement

The secret to planning a successful retirement

It’s key to create a model with multiple strategies that can be activated over time in order to maximize income
Getting a handle on energy costs

Getting a handle on energy costs

Yankee Thermal Imaging helps homeowners and commercial landlords become energy efficient
EEOC renews focus on pregnancy discrimination

EEOC renews focus on pregnancy discrimination

Agency issues first new guidance in over 30 years

N.H. joins national online reciprocity pact

Effort makes it easier for states to regulate and institutions to participate in interstate distance education
Building tomorrow’s workforce talent today

Building tomorrow’s workforce talent today

If you want to create a long-lasting company, you must think about the future
Q&A with casting director John Campanello

Q&A with casting director John Campanello

John Campanello, owner of Manchester-based BetweenGigs Casting, helps clients find actors and models to bring their media projects to life.

Education is necessary for all of our children

Even suspended or expelled students have a right to learn too
Organizations have nothing to fear but fear itself

Organizations have nothing to fear but fear itself

If you trust your employees, they will trust you

Wholesale electricity costs won’t stay low forever

It’s clear we need to expand natural gas pipeline capacity and import large-scale hydroelectricity from Canada
Leave a trail that clients can follow to your door

Leave a trail that clients can follow to your door

To drive online leads through your website, build a clear path

N.H. Medicaid expansion hurts the disabled, poor

Increased costs of the program are causing cuts to other critical services

Let’s not forget New Hampshire’s injured workers

Workers’ comp reform efforts shouldn’t adversely affect an injured employee’s access to medical care

Consumers need help with complex energy market

HB 345 seeks to make sure the rules are fair, transparent and equal to all who participate
Men at work: The Rumney Sawmill

Men at work: The Rumney Sawmill

Logging business employees are a special breed
Will N.H. really benefit from major energy projects?

Will N.H. really benefit from major energy projects?

It’s still unclear whether Northern Pass or Kinder Morgan pipeline will help ratepayers
Traveling? The last number you call may be in Salem

Traveling? The last number you call may be in Salem

On Call International insures more than 18 million business travelers each year
Cartoon for the week of February 20

Cartoon for the week of February 20

DES weighs changes to contaminated site rules

DES weighs changes to contaminated site rules

Before readoption, amendments to regulations are being heard
Steep fall in Seacoast residential transactions

Steep fall in Seacoast residential transactions

Home sales in January fall 32 percent from a year ago
Gold Street property sells for $1.051 million

Gold Street property sells for $1.051 million

6,300-square-foot industrial building purchased by Holloway Mercedes
Fulcrum breaks ground for new Primary Bank

Fulcrum breaks ground for new Primary Bank

State’s newest bank expected to open in early spring
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Redfin enters N.H. market, Coldwell Banker Linwood opens Weare office … and more
Quartet of business tax break proposals get Senate hearing

Quartet of business tax break proposals get Senate hearing

R&D credit expansion among proposals aimed at boosting job creation
Pam Tarbell, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Pam Tarbell, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Founder, Mill Brook Gallery
Muriel Schadee, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Muriel Schadee, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Co-Director of the Tax Service Division, Nathan Wechsler & Company
Jennifer Parent, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Jennifer Parent, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Director of the Litigation Department & Chair of the Employment Law Practice Group, McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton
Kathleen Nelson, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Kathleen Nelson, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Founder, Executive Director & Head of School, World Academy
Pamela Morrison, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Pamela Morrison, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Co-Founder, Director, Senior VP, Optima Bank
Cathy Duffy Cullity, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

Cathy Duffy Cullity, 2015 Outstanding Woman in Business

CEO, Girls Inc. of New Hampshire
PC Connection reports a healthy 2014

PC Connection reports a healthy 2014

Sales up 10.9% for the year, to $2.46 billion
Shaheen to speak at Feb. 18 BIA luncheon

Shaheen to speak at Feb. 18 BIA luncheon

Senator to discuss issues and their impact on the N.H. business community

Cancer prevention funds awarded

Harvard Pilgrim acquires health coaching firm

New Hampshire loses out on billion-dollar S&P settlement

New Hampshire loses out on billion-dollar S&P settlement

Consumer protection law ties AG’s hands in joining suit
Bottomline: ‘Outlook has never been better’

Bottomline: ‘Outlook has never been better’

Portsmouth firm sees net loss, but revenues and prospects climb
Rail expansion seen as construction boon

Rail expansion seen as construction boon

Report predicts $750m in real estate development, thousands of jobs
CBRE/New England 2015 outlook: a mixed picture

CBRE/New England 2015 outlook: a mixed picture

Seacoast office, industrial markets set the pace in New Hampshire
Manchester-Nashua home prices edge up in December

Manchester-Nashua home prices edge up in December

2014 ends with 0.3 percent increase from November
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Baker Newman expansion, Stebbins deals … and more
N.H.’s Section 179 deduction limit called ‘woefully behind other states’

N.H.’s Section 179 deduction limit called ‘woefully behind other states’

$25,000 annual cap on capital equipment expenses is $475,000 lower than federal allowance
N.H. House panel weighs cutting workers’ comp provider fees

N.H. House panel weighs cutting workers’ comp provider fees

Bill sponsors say state should limit payments
N.H. bankruptcy filings reach 25-year low in January

N.H. bankruptcy filings reach 25-year low in January

Eight business-related bankruptcies reported
New Hampshire disappoints in employee engagement survey

New Hampshire disappoints in employee engagement survey

2012 survey placed Granite State 48th in nation
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