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New Hampshire's Business News for July 21

A look at today's top business headlines, including: DES says it did not approve Brady Sullivan's dumping; Monadnock Region to test new crowdfunding program; Navigating New Hampshire’s new accessory unit law; Union effort at UNH raising questions; Secret Service investigating NH state rep who said Clinton should be executed

New Hampshire's Business News for July 20

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Provident Bank celebrates a year on the Nasdaq; What Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit tells us about the state of sexual harassment in the workplace; Justice Dept. will seek to block 2 health insurance mergers; No Mass. tax holiday this year

New Hampshire's Business News for July 19

A look at today's top business headlines, including: UNH president’s compensation for 2014-15: $492,800; Alcohol summit brings industry, state and advocates together; Wentworth-Douglass Hospital opening Pease site; Van McLeod, ‘a pillar of our cultural and historic institutions,’ dies at 70; Anti-Trump NH delegate: Republican National Convention being run by 'brownshirts'

New Hampshire's Business News for July 18

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Litchfield demands role in Saint-Gobain PFOA plan , Lucky 7 gives lift to Bingo cash , Labor pains drag on for nominee Craig, You won't see NH's highest-ranking Republicans in Cleveland

New Hampshire's Business News for July 14

A look at today's top business headlines, including: New rule requires smoke-free policy for future low-income units, After seven decades, Corriveau-Routhier closes in Concord, Residents can get blood testing for PFCs in drinking water, RNC rules would preserve NH's primary status, NH won't be part of restroom lawsuit

New Hampshire's Business News for July 13

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Birch Hill Terrace-RiverWoods affiliation OKd, Slipping enrollment spells steep challenges for small colleges, Sanders endorses Clinton, but not all of his NH supporters are swayed, Damaged equipment delays legal Peterborough pot farm

New Hampshire's Business News for July 12

A look at today's top business headlines, including: NH-based firm seeks to revive Smith Bros. cough drops, N.H. medical examiner: at least 161 drug overdoses so far in 2016, Tupelo gets approved for move to Derry, Sanders expected to endorse Clinton in Portsmouth, Some fear Boston’s iconic Citgo sign may soon go dark

New Hampshire's Business News for July 11

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Business groups racked up wins in an almost cordial 2016 legislative session, delay in NH electricity market changes could cost consumers millions, nuke, oil generators complain to feds about state gas ‘pipeline scheme,’ governor's $8 million job training initiative faces delays, Sanders to join Clinton in Portsmouth Tuesday

New Hampshire's Business News for July 8

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Anthem-Cigna merger info slow to come by, fiber-optics providers consolidate some more, Hassan outraises Ayotte in quarter, U.S. economy posts big jobs gain
Dover brewery raises a glass to community

Dover brewery raises a glass to community

Microbrewery combines quality with a local farm-to-table focus
Don’t leave customers hanging

Don’t leave customers hanging

Five essential steps to make your marketing campaign more effective
The era of instant fame

The era of instant fame

Many of us make decisions all day long, most of which will forever dwell in obscurity, but any one of them could suddenly light up the internet
Creating a culture of accountability

Creating a culture of accountability

What happens after a business reaches the ‘we survived’ plateau?
Looking for the ‘reset’ button

Looking for the ‘reset’ button

Brexit vote raises questions about U.S. election
Legislative roundup

Legislative roundup

Business groups racked up wins in an almost cordial 2016 legislative session
New Hampshire’s D.C. experience

New Hampshire’s D.C. experience

Businesses build relationships on Capitol Hill

Lake Sunapee joins FHLBB jobs program

Earth stewardship is a moral responsibility

Does your advisor meet the fiduciary standard?

Does your advisor meet the fiduciary standard?

New federal rule sheds light on what investors should look for when getting financial advice

Gun violence is our responsibility

NH Banking Commissioner Jerry Little

NH Banking Commissioner Jerry Little

‘We have an ongoing level of consolidation within the financial services industry that has been a concern to me for some time,’ says Jerry Little, the state’s new banking commissioner.

We can no longer afford the energy status quo

Infrastructure investments would bring NH cheaper, safer, cleaner power

The renewable energy future emerges

The 4 C’s of term life

The 4 C’s of term life

Key considerations to review when purchasing insurance

New Hampshire's Business News for July 7

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Balsams awaiting financing OKs, hospitals filing affiliation details with AG, 'Time for patience is over' with NH's lagging mental health system, C&S loses Midwest contract, NH announcement possible for Sanders endorsement of Clinton

New Hampshire's Business News for July 6

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Minuteman Health hit with $16.7m ACA adjustment, Consumer advocate wants details of Eversource hydro deal, record NH traffic numbers on July 4th, Hassan wants $12 per hour minimum wage, Conway judge reprimanded
The NH Legislature’s common-sense change to tax law

The NH Legislature’s common-sense change to tax law

HB 1656 once again allows real estate owners to protect their property from claims by creditors

New Hampshire's Business News for July 5

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Eversource deal signals end to coal power in NH, new state liquor stores, NH fireworks store uses heightened security measures with sales, Balsams expansion: How close to wind turbines?

New Hampshire's Business News for July 1

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Another source of PFC contamination, D-H takes over at state hospital, Antioch University axes boards, presidents, governor bans state government transgender discrimination, holiday traffic record seen
ValChoice wins $120k prize in Microsoft BizSpark competition

ValChoice wins $120k prize in Microsoft BizSpark competition

Fifth startup honor for Bedford-based company
UNH entrepreneurship program seeks participating businesses

UNH entrepreneurship program seeks participating businesses

Entrepreneurship Internship Program teams seniors, companies
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

TechWomen Power Breakfast: networking, Merrimack County Savings aids MakeIt Labs … and more
Report: Eversource leads in energy efficiency

Report: Eversource leads in energy efficiency

Possible state-mandated standards could add to clean energy use
NH’s construction unemployment rates drops in May

NH’s construction unemployment rates drops in May

3.6 percent figure is 13th-lowest in nation
Manchester-Nashua foreclosure rate falls in April

Manchester-Nashua foreclosure rate falls in April

Mortgage delinquency rate drops as well
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

DHMC breaks ground on new facility, Howe named Monadnock Realtor of Year … and more
Buck steps down as NH Home Builders Association exec

Buck steps down as NH Home Builders Association exec

Two board members also leave amid financial troubles, declining membership
New advanced manufacturing study stresses education

New advanced manufacturing study stresses education

Well-educated workforce ‘matters more than any other single factor in the health of advanced manufacturing firms’
Brexit’s impact on NH businesses still unclear

Brexit’s impact on NH businesses still unclear

‘Nobody really knows what’s going to happen … so we just have to wait to see’
Largest Planet Fitness shareholder to sell 10m shares

Largest Planet Fitness shareholder to sell 10m shares

San Francisco private equity firm will still retain majority of stock
MIT program gives NH high school teachers a course in coding

MIT program gives NH high school teachers a course in coding

Manchester schools, UNH Manchester, Dyn team up for ‘TeachCode Academy’
Great Bay Community College to offer new engineering degrees

Great Bay Community College to offer new engineering degrees

Bioengineering, engineering science programs designed to offer more affordable path to 4-year degree
Litchfield educator’s new teaching model vying in $50 million national competition

Litchfield educator’s new teaching model vying in $50 million national competition

Socrademy focuses on app-centered model of collaborative education
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Portsmouth’s Actio acquired by Calif. firm, TechOut deadline is Aug. 19 … and more
Governor signs business tax measures into law

Governor signs business tax measures into law

Says measures add to ‘tax-friendly environment’
Mixed-use project at former Macy’s site gets a new name

Mixed-use project at former Macy’s site gets a new name

Dallas-based developer renames development Market and Main
Is a storm brewing in commercial real estate?

Is a storm brewing in commercial real estate?

Fed, Pimco issue warnings on U.S. market
Commercial campground planned near Jericho Mt. State Park

Commercial campground planned near Jericho Mt. State Park

120-acre project abuts 80 miles of ATV trails
SMP Architecture settles suit over Vt. library

SMP Architecture settles suit over Vt. library

Town sued firm over failure of former Baybutt Construction
Report: 10.4 percent of Manchester-Nashua mortgages in negative equity

Report: 10.4 percent of Manchester-Nashua mortgages in negative equity

CoreLogic reports a big drop from a year ago
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