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Why broadband is so essential in today's economy

One-third of N.H. businesses surveyed said they lacked adequate Internet connectivity to conduct core business operations

N.H. manufacturers look at the future, and want a skilled workforce

In new survey, companies say shortage of qualified employees is their biggest concern

N.H. Innovation Research Center seeks grant applications

Project proposals sought from Granite State tech firms

Post-bankruptcy, GTAT’s losses pile up

Since October, company has lost over $300 million

Acquisitions mar Standex’s second quarter

But despite flatter earnings, sales increase 13.7 percent

PC Connection reports a healthy 2014

Sales up 10.9% for the year, to $2.46 billion

Tech Council aims to sell girls on STEM

The shortage of female employees pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics-based careers is a nationwide issue

Bottomline: ‘Outlook has never been better’

Portsmouth firm sees net loss, but revenues and prospects climb
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N.H. firm may have solution for roof snow loads

SnowSentry device could give building owners an early warning when heavy snow is making roofs unstable

N.H. Entrepreneurship Week proclaimed

Governor sets Feb. 21-28 to spotlight innovative businesses, Live Free and Start effort

Infinio wins Flatley Company competition

“I saw a need for startups in New Hampshire to be given a chance to succeed,” Flatley said.

Nigerian entrepreneurship effort relies on N.H. assistance

Exeter-based Knowledge Institute’s online tools and mentorship program are being used to build a small business backbone in the African nation
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