July-26 2013

 

Health Innovator Award: Scott Electronics Inc.

Health Innovator Award: Scott Electronics Inc.

For educating its workforce about the importance of wellness, and encouraging its employees to establish and maintain a healthy lifestyle, Scott Electronics Inc. has been recognized by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England and NHBR as the most recent
Learning the ABCs of Asian economies at Harvard

Learning the ABCs of Asian economies at Harvard

At this year’s gathering, the cockiness and optimism about a rising China was far less apparent
Careers are idiosyncratic – and that's a good thing

Careers are idiosyncratic – and that's a good thing

Embracing individualism, even when it's outside of the norm, can pave the way for a competitive economic edge
N.H. nonprofits and the multiplier effect

N.H. nonprofits and the multiplier effect

Faced with increased needs, the volume of work done in the nonprofit sector has skyrocketed
Cartoon for the week of July 26, 2013

Cartoon for the week of July 26, 2013

Face to face with New Hampshire’s heritage

Face to face with New Hampshire’s heritage

Reflections on the contributions of the Craig family and Art Grant

There’s blame to go around in Asiana air crash

If there is not a significant change in pilot training worldwide, this will happen again

Helping everyone gain ‘the best prize’ of work

Hiring people with disabilities makes great business sense

N.H.’s pension fund: three things to know

The N.H. Retirement System is the state’s largest locally organized financial institution, and it may be among the least understood

More work needed to improve access to dental care

Indicators show the state still has work to do when it comes to children’s oral health
Q&A with Journalist and author Michael McCord

Q&A with Journalist and author Michael McCord

The longtime journalist has just written a political satire, "The Execution Channel: A Political Fable"
Questions raised about $7m Tyco settlement spending

Questions raised about $7m Tyco settlement spending

Length and transparency of the decision-making process and how the money will be used are called into question
Micro-distilling trend makes its way to New Hampshire

Micro-distilling trend makes its way to New Hampshire

Nationally, micro-distilleries are taking the craft liquor world by storm, something like the microbrewing craze that began in the late 1990s and continues to this day

N.H. exports on the slight upswing

Exports edged up by 0.5% in May amid continued signs of some progress
Natural gas again pumps up Unitil earnings

Natural gas again pumps up Unitil earnings

Thanks to the cold winter, the company is more profitable so far this year, with earnings up 24%
St. Mary's Bank customers warned of security breach

St. Mary's Bank customers warned of security breach

The credit union began mailing letters on July 12 to warn of the problem
$55m sought from angel investors to revive USA Springs water plant

$55m sought from angel investors to revive USA Springs water plant

Firm submits request to state to renew water withdrawal permit
New Hampshire trucker, law firms file national truck stop suit

New Hampshire trucker, law firms file national truck stop suit

The suit against the Pilot Flying J chain was filed shortly before the quick settlement of a similar case
Velcro Industries opens Boston office; N.H. operations unaffected

Velcro Industries opens Boston office; N.H. operations unaffected

While the Boston office will handle the marketing, finance, HR and other functions, the bulk of its North American presence, will remain in Manchester
Google Glass gets a test drive at N.H. event

Google Glass gets a test drive at N.H. event

‘Pass the Glass’ focused on the untapped potential of the high-tech frames
USA Springs case may not be completely dead yet

USA Springs case may not be completely dead yet

Bankruptcy trustee is seeking bankruptcy court OK for permission to hire a lawyer to explore whether it makes sense to pursue proceeds of an $8.4m loan