New Hampshire Business Review July 29 2011

 

SNHU economist sees some gasoline relief in crude price drop

Lynch taps Clement to replace Campbell at DOT

U.S. Senate field hearing to promote N.H. exports

Senate field hearing to promote N.H. exports

Duddy to leave DRED post for PSNH job

GTAT shares make market debut

PC Connection's 2Q sales top $500m

ICAD loses $5m in 2Q

Timberland loses $20m in Q2

With a billion-dollar backlog, GT Solar expands its production overseas

July sees huge drop in bankruptcies

Federal grants available for N.H.'s economically distressed counties

GT Solar snags $55m order

N.H. FastRoads appoints new executive director

Micronetics cuts executive compensation again

Ruger shoots to sell a million guns in a year

Timberland announces new sustainability targets

NH-ITRC director Dawn Wivell leaves post after 21 years

White Mountains Group has flat 2Q

ProPhotonix posts losses despite increased revenue

NHBR About Town: Eptam Plastics Inc.

NHBR About Town: Eptam Plastics Inc.

Community College System Chairman Paul Holloway

Community College System Chairman Paul Holloway

NHBR About Town: Team Laconia  Eye & Lasik Center

NHBR About Town: Team Laconia Eye & Lasik Center

NHBR About Town: Seacoast Board of Realtors' Community Service Committee

NHBR About Town: Seacoast Board of Realtors' Community Service Committee

NHBR About Town: m5 Marketing Communications

NHBR About Town: m5 Marketing Communications

NHBR About Town: People's United Bank

NHBR About Town: People's United Bank

NHBR About Town: Franklin Savings Bank

NHBR About Town: Franklin Savings Bank

NHBR About Town: Lakes Region  Community College

NHBR About Town: Lakes Region Community College

NHBR About Town: PSNH

NHBR About Town: PSNH

NHBR About Town: Laconia Savings Bank

NHBR About Town: Laconia Savings Bank

Business Excellence Awards deadline getting closer

Business Excellence Awards deadline getting closer

Centrix Bank has strong 2Q

What every construction contract should have

New effort to reward restaurants as 'Certified Local'

The program was designed to promote eateries in the state that have made a commitment to using locally sourced food and farm products
This time around, N.H.'s craft beer industry shows signs of staying power

This time around, N.H.'s craft beer industry shows signs of staying power

Made with premium ingredients like malted barley, wheat and rye, craft beer is brewed for style and distinction, not mass appeal
Flotsam & Jetsam: That's the ticket

Flotsam & Jetsam: That's the ticket

With companies beginning to feel more optimistic, now is the perfect time to tie-up these loose ends

Unitil shrinks its 2Q loss

N.H. municipalities and the UN

FRM victims lash out at trustee's role in bankruptcy

Five N.H. Borders stores victim of company's shutdown

PSNH 'migration' rate tops 37%

Not just a bad budget -- it's bad economics

Most successes in life don't come out of panic -- they come out of composure and inclusion

Anti-tax pledges are just plain irresponsible public policy

Outsourcing isn't the only way to cut costs and profit

Addressing workers' top complaint: stress

N.H.'s Legislature delivered results to grow our economy

N.H. home sales fall again in June

Survey: Cuts in benefits causing HR headaches