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Extreme Networks sees revenues up after Enterasys acquisition

But California firm sees bigger loss in fiscal year

Video game incubator planned in Manchester

Game Assembly aims to stimulate the state’s nascent industry

Standex execs receive hefty raises

Salem conglomerate’s top officials earned a total of $10.8 million in 2014

Manufacturing Week focuses on training

All seven communities colleges will open their doors to the public on Oct. 1

N.H. summit to show why ‘Manufacturing Matters’

12th annual Governor’s Advanced Manufacturing and High Tech Summit will explore workforce, growth strategies

Five startups make the final cut for TechOut 2014

Finalists will vie for $100,000 in prize money at third annual event

N.H. High Tech Council seeks Product of the Year nominees

Deadline is Sept. 26 for 2014 entries

A mixed bag for GTAT in Apple’s big announcement

Apple Watch will have a sapphire screen, but new iPhone won’t

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What did you do with your summer timeout?

TechOut startup competition, Product of Year deadlines loom

ApplyKit, BurstPoint to be featured at Entrepreneur Forum

Firms to make their pitches at Feb. 12 High Tech Council event

Innovation Commercialization Center ‘pivots’ to grow N.H.’s entrepreneurial ecosystem

Since its founding in 2010, the program has aimed to accelerate job growth and the development of early-stage tech companies

GT Advanced Technologies inks game-changing deal with Apple

The $500m agreement represents a major shift in strategy for the company