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N.H. firms offer anti-terror tech solutions to federal agencies

But press is barred from Combating Terrorism & High Tech Networking Summit

Summit seeks N.H. technologies for anti-terror effort

Private, government organizations will be on hand to discuss efforts with businesses

Bottomline buys Israeli anti-fraud company

$66 million deal expands Portsmouth firm’s service offerings

Nashua students win patent for app to help you find lost stuff

Their concept uses RFID tags to find misplaced household items

Entrepreneurs Forum puts out call for presenters

For startups, established businesses seeking insights, advice

Creditors balking at GTAT-Apple deal

Investigation launched into sale of sapphire furnaces to pay off debt

N.H. company’s motorcycles enlisted in Ebola fight

Five specially equipped Rokon cycles to be deployed in West Africa

LRCC helps close high-tech manufacturing gender gap

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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

Steady strength reported in angel investment market

UNH Center for Venture Research reports 4.1 percent increase in first half of 2014

Social venture challenge finals set for Dec. 15

UNH program honors sustainable, market-based solutions
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