July-7 2017

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Enhancing the opportunity for success in family business transitions

Enhancing the opportunity for success in family business transitions

Understanding the goals, interests and talents of family members is critical to developing a plan for transition.
The church-state decision

The church-state decision

U.S. Supreme Court’s Trinity Lutheran ruling could have a direct effect on New Hampshire
Want to be right? Try humility

Want to be right? Try humility

Thinking you’re infallible will more than likely get you in trouble
Essential conversations about family wealth

Essential conversations about family wealth

Even if you win, you might lose

Even if you win, you might lose

Understanding the Trump administration’s increased scrutiny of H-1B employers

Leading NH to a successful future

How Democrats lost the white working class

Reviewing the Legislature’s energy accomplishments

While there were plenty of bills up for a vote, very few were enacted
Cartoon for the Week of July 7, 2017

Cartoon for the Week of July 7, 2017

Small business is collateral damage in health care chaos

Reviewing whistleblower laws

Reviewing whistleblower laws

Legal protections aren’t the same for all employees, but employers should take heed
Q&A with Dartmouth President Emeritus James Wright

Q&A with Dartmouth President Emeritus James Wright

‘I don’t like to hear talk of putting “boots on the ground.” We’re not sending in shoe leather, we’re sending in sons and daughters,’ says James Wright, former president of Dartmouth College and author of the book, ‘Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation And Its War.’
NH solar industry’s big boost

NH solar industry’s big boost

PUC ruling on net metering should spur projects
Community health centers face uncertainty

Community health centers face uncertainty

ACA repeal efforts, Trump budget plan add to unease
SBDC’s assistance can be invaluable to NH small businesses

SBDC’s assistance can be invaluable to NH small businesses

Advisors provide advice on financing, introducing new products, business sustainability and more

Small businesses are collateral damage in healthcare chaos

In 2014, one in five individuals who purchased healthcare on an ACA marketplace owned a small business
Stay Work Play CEO to step down

Stay Work Play CEO to step down

Luczko leaving organization after seven years at the helm
Pittsburgh-based firm to buy NH’s Globe Manufacturing

Pittsburgh-based firm to buy NH’s Globe Manufacturing

$215 million acquisition offers ‘major opportunities for growth’
Light, sound, smoke and mirrors boost a small town’s economy

Light, sound, smoke and mirrors boost a small town’s economy

Coaticook, Quebec, rolled the dice on a unique attraction and hit the jackpot
Ground broken on Gateway Park project in Windham

Ground broken on Gateway Park project in Windham

Big mixed-use project a ‘home run,’ says governor
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Engels named Lakes Regional Realtor of Year, DeStefano completes Stonewall Kitchen project … and more
Will the market uptick last?

Will the market uptick last?

Thoughts from the CRE spring meeting in L.A.
Minuteman switch should mean more competition in New Hampshire

Minuteman switch should mean more competition in New Hampshire

As a for-profit health insurer, firm plans to offer plans to large employers
PUC decision seen as a big boost to NH solar industry

PUC decision seen as a big boost to NH solar industry

Elimination of net metering cap should spur larger projects
Intellectual property attorneys launch startup competition

Intellectual property attorneys launch startup competition

Winner will be awarded up to $10k in legal services and file a utility patent application
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Industry supports UNH InterOperability Lab summer program, NEMO Equipment receives award at international outdoor industry competition ... and more
Biopharmaceutical firm Avitide sets 2019 as profitability target

Biopharmaceutical firm Avitide sets 2019 as profitability target

Lebanon-based firm backed by venture capital financing
NH firms awarded more than $3 million in Dept. of Energy research and innovation grants

NH firms awarded more than $3 million in Dept. of Energy research and innovation grants

Award notifications were delayed due to Sec. Perry requiring project briefings
Digital Portsmouth event will focus on future of transportation

Digital Portsmouth event will focus on future of transportation

Alpha Loft’s Joshua Cyr will discuss how Uber and Lyft will further impact the transportation industry
Tax cuts, energy policy changes at stake in NH budget votes

Tax cuts, energy policy changes at stake in NH budget votes

Senate, House to weigh in on budget compromise, accompanying policy changes
New Hampshire home sales fall in May as prices rise

New Hampshire home sales fall in May as prices rise

Inventory continues to drop, but new listings show some life
Upscale inn being built at historic Wolfeboro

Upscale inn being built at historic Wolfeboro

Pickering House Inn and event center being readied for 2018 opening
RiverWoods Group unveils plans for Durham community

RiverWoods Group unveils plans for Durham community

Continuing care community to be company’s first outside Exeter
ABC's Construction Backlog Indicator rebounds in 2017

ABC's Construction Backlog Indicator rebounds in 2017

Gains seen in all categories during first quarter
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

St. Mary’s opens Seacoast Mortgage Center … and more

New study puts arts’ economic impact at $120 million in four NH communities

Cultural organizations generate 3,851 full-time jobs in Rochester, Portsmouth, Concord and Monadnock regions
Summer camps serve as economic engines for NH communities

Summer camps serve as economic engines for NH communities

160 licensed camps generate $113 million in direct economic impact says American Camp Association
Former defense official paints grim picture of budget

Former defense official paints grim picture of budget

Military rebuild is not in the cards says Roger Zakheim at aerospace and defense event
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