July-21 2017

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USDA’s helping hand to low-income homeowners

USDA’s helping hand to low-income homeowners

A history and business lesson

A history and business lesson

When people retain their civility, it can bring mutual opportunities
Vacations and productivity

Vacations and productivity

Employees who are encouraged to take their time off are healthier, more loyal and work harder

‘Direct-from-grid’ electricity: a cost-saving option

Hands-on purchasing gives larger users a chance to benefit from wholesale pricing

An education guarantee from New Hampshire

Cartoon for the Week of July 21, 2017

Cartoon for the Week of July 21, 2017

The digital evolution of PR

The digital evolution of PR

There are more opportunities than ever for businesses to share their messages and shape their brands

Infrastructure: It’s not sexy, but it matters

Q&A with Administrative Services Commissioner Charlie Arlinghaus

Q&A with Administrative Services Commissioner Charlie Arlinghaus

‘I’m someone who’s interested in policy and operations of state government, someone who analyzes policies of state government and wants to make them better,’ says Charlie Arlinghaus, newly appointed as commissioner of the NH Department of Administrative Services.
Branding your workplace

Branding your workplace

How to set yourself from other businesses looking for hard-to-find employees
Legislative session 2017: How did business groups do?

Legislative session 2017: How did business groups do?

Interests ran the gamut from tax cuts to online lottery sales
Teeing up a transformation

Teeing up a transformation

Big changes remake the venerable Manchester Country Club
The economic impact of second homes in New Hampshire

The economic impact of second homes in New Hampshire

Do seasonal homes boost localities or add to income disparity?
Healthcare cybersecurity is due for a checkup

Healthcare cybersecurity is due for a checkup

The digitization of information has enhanced delivery of care, but it has also made data more vulnerable to attack
Sununu’s first veto upholds zoning board procedures

Sununu’s first veto upholds zoning board procedures

Measure would set statewide requirements for variance votes
Controversial clean energy bill becomes law without governor’s signature

Controversial clean energy bill becomes law without governor’s signature

Measure seeks to boost wood, solar industries
New Hampshire rental market continues to tighten

New Hampshire rental market continues to tighten

Market-rate rents, up 4 percent, rose yet again in the last year
$75k grant aids NHIA’s Youth Arts project

$75k grant aids NHIA’s Youth Arts project

$750,000 renovation of former church slated to be finished this summer
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Roache to succeed Sinnott at Rockingham Planning Commission … and more

The ailing state of government lawyering in NH

There’s growing evidence of a crisis – and it needs our attention
TechWomen breakfast to host technology round tables

TechWomen breakfast to host technology round tables

Participants will discuss gaining visibility in the technology industry, mobile versus web and understanding generational differences
Dartmouth grad’s startup backed by battery tech leaders

Dartmouth grad’s startup backed by battery tech leaders

Alta Motors will expand electric motorcycle production by summer’s end
Consolidated Communications completes FairPoint acquisition

Consolidated Communications completes FairPoint acquisition

$1.3 billion deal makes Consolidated ninth largest fiber provider in U.S.
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Sen. Maggie Hassan introduces ROI Act, Jewell Instruments, LLC acquires assets of Windsor, Conn.-based Gem Electronics, Inc. ... and more
Sen. Shaheen adds small business amendments to defense bill

Sen. Shaheen adds small business amendments to defense bill

Provisions encourage business relations between small firms and the federal government

New Hampshire bankruptcies edge up from a year ago

But only one business filed for bankruptcy in June
OSHA seeks five-month delay in e-filing rule

OSHA seeks five-month delay in e-filing rule

Agency seeks time to reconsider provisions
New Hampshire’s construction unemployment rate jumps in May

New Hampshire’s construction unemployment rate jumps in May

1.2 percent increase seen from April
HUD awards New Hampshire $5.8 million in lead mitigation money

HUD awards New Hampshire $5.8 million in lead mitigation money

Nashua, NH Housing to distribute funds
Balsams’ plan could finally go before Coos Planning Board this month

Balsams’ plan could finally go before Coos Planning Board this month

Planners told project is ‘full speed ahead’
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

50 projects seek LCHIP funds … and more
NIST computer scientist urges documentation of information systems

NIST computer scientist urges documentation of information systems

Records of protocols and user access are essential to obtain DOD contracts
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Scribe Software opens data center in Frankfurt, Germany, Nashua Community College seeks participants for new Microelectronics Boot Camp ... and more
Arm your organization with an effective cybersecurity posture

Arm your organization with an effective cybersecurity posture

An Information Security Policy is a crucial layer of security defense
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