New Hampshire Business Review January 14 2011

 

People's United earnings up 28 percent

Next stop for state outreach session: Concord

SEC drops FRM investigation

December foreclosures fall

Wood-pellet heating rebates expanded

SBIR extended through May

Harvard Pilgrim, Tufts mull merger

Claremont paper mill fined $288k in worker's death

Judge throws out FRM prosecutors' recommendations

Unitil declares quarterly dividend

Algonquin Power renews $142m loan facility

Farah denies any 'criminal intent'

Joint effort helps job-seekers get to 'Yes'

Shaheen pushes for SBIR reauthorization

Fitch gives Concord Hospital bonds 'A' rating

Q&A with Administrative Services Commissioner Linda Hodgdon

Q&A with Administrative Services Commissioner Linda Hodgdon

NHBR About Town

NHBR About Town

Gayle Spence: the full interview

Ex-Cabletron exec reflects: 'Why didn't I speak up?'

Ex-Cabletron exec reflects: 'Why didn't I speak up?'

A year out of federal prison, Gayle Spence maintains that the wrong people went to jail
MVP drops Portsmouth, Parkland hospitals

MVP drops Portsmouth, Parkland hospitals

CDFA energy loans reach milestone

Budget deficit needs immediate action

Hiring overqualified people now makes a lot of sense

GOP posturing puts N.H. economy at risk

Mascoma nets $50m from Valero

Electric cars: they're coming, but don't hold your breath

Electric cars: they're coming, but don't hold your breath

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

2011 tax changes mystify and amaze

CASA takes home $7,500 from BofA

CASA takes home $7,500 from BofA

Movement brings N.H. investors to small-scale food enterprises

Movement brings N.H. investors to small-scale food enterprises

In New Hampshire, Slow Money is still in the developmental stage, focusing on getting the word out and rallying investors interested in local food enterprises

Apps for navigating '9 to 5'

E-mails reveal '07 N.H. probe of ex-FRM appraiser

Regional collaboration: a must for New England

Facts wrong in 'Obamacare' op-ed

Greater Manchester: 2011 real estate 'hot spot'

Politeness counts in and out of cyberspace