June-10 2016

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Q&A with mental health advocate Barbara Van Dahlen

Q&A with mental health advocate Barbara Van Dahlen

Barbara Van Dahlen, center, founder of the Campaign to Change Direction, with Peter Evers, left, of Concord-based Riverbend Community Health, and former NH Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick, co-chair of the statewide effort to teach people to be aware of the five signs of emotional suffering.

NH Bar Association leadership set for 2016-17

Harris to serve as president after Ruoff’s appointment to Superior Court

U.S. should lead on carbon capture technology

Worldwide, the use of fossil fuels is growing rapidly, despite concerns about global warming

Economic challenges threaten long-term care

State-funded Medicaid payments annually fall millions of dollars short of reimbursing provider costs
5 ‘best practices’ for mobile device management

5 ‘best practices’ for mobile device management

Although there’s no magic answer, following these will lead you in the right direction
Are you ready for higher taxes?

Are you ready for higher taxes?

Controlling your biggest lifetime expense should be a number one priority
Real raises make a difference

Real raises make a difference

A steadily improving workforce has more permanent benefits than a minimum wage increase
Farm fresh organic on the go at Turnip the Beet

Farm fresh organic on the go at Turnip the Beet

Turnip the Beet earns points for style, flavor and healthy living
New executive director named at WREN

New executive director named at WREN

Manchester firm connects at the Hannover Messe

Manchester firm connects at the Hannover Messe

State makes first foray to international tech fair
Filtrine’s George Hansel makes his mark on Keene

Filtrine’s George Hansel makes his mark on Keene

In addition to being Filtrine’s national sales manager, Hansel serves the community as a Keene city councilor, and a member of the city’s Drug Addiction Solutions Task Force
How much money are NH's top execs making?

How much money are NH's top execs making?

NHBR's Bob Sanders looks into how much are the top execs at our publicly traded companies are being paid

Why I’m running for Executive Council

The council wields incredible power, and with that power comes responsibility

It’s time for NH to switch its marketing pitch

For years, we’ve tried to lure companies here with some occasional success, but the value proposition is much better for employees over employers
Three tips for protecting your business with web filtering

Three tips for protecting your business with web filtering

It’s a tool that’s needed to fight increasingly sophisticated hackers
A profile in courage for NH

A profile in courage for NH

The story of how Medicaid expansion was reauthorized in the House of Representatives
NH’s Adaptive Communications acquired by Denver firm

NH’s Adaptive Communications acquired by Denver firm

Optiv Security seeks to expand New England presence
Bottomline’s co-founders step down from board

Bottomline’s co-founders step down from board

McGurl, Loomis leave as part of ‘board refresh’
New Hampshire bankruptcies fall slightly in May

New Hampshire bankruptcies fall slightly in May

174 individuals file for protection
NH aerospace conference stresses exports

NH aerospace conference stresses exports

‘The growth in this industry is happening internationally’
PC Connection acquires software technology firm

PC Connection acquires software technology firm

Softmart deal seen as helping NH firm grow sales to larger businesses
Kamen to keynote at 2016 Rising Stars Awards

Kamen to keynote at 2016 Rising Stars Awards

Nominations still sought for annual Stay Work Play honors
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Turbocam, GE Aviation named to top aerospace vendors list … and more
Contingencies and termination rights in retail leases

Contingencies and termination rights in retail leases

Economic realities change, businesses evolve and forces outside of the parties’ control can make a productive lease relationship impracticable or impossible
Succession planning in the construction industry

Succession planning in the construction industry

Companies will flounder unless they have implemented plans to pass the leadership on to the next generation
SBA makes ‘504 Refi’ program permanent

SBA makes ‘504 Refi’ program permanent

Long-term, low-rate loans used to refinance commercial real estate debt
NH’s construction jobless rate falls to 5% in April

NH’s construction jobless rate falls to 5% in April

But state’s national ranking also drops to No. 17
Zillow: Low inventory pushing up home prices in U.S.

Zillow: Low inventory pushing up home prices in U.S.

‘The struggle will continue for home shoppers this summer,’ says economist
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

North Branch to build Mascoma health facility, Brookstone completes Shipyard project … and more
Monadnock effort targets $15-an-hour living wage by 2020

Monadnock effort targets $15-an-hour living wage by 2020

Seven businesses sign up for initiative, with others expected to join later
Uber bill clears a key hurdle in conference committee

Uber bill clears a key hurdle in conference committee

Measure would override local regulations, omits independent contractor definition

NH House-Senate panel backs FRM compensation, without money

Conference committee OKs measure for un-funded dedicated fund
UNH venture center: Angel investor market shrank in 2015

UNH venture center: Angel investor market shrank in 2015

Total investments were up by 1.9%, but the number of ventures receiving funding declined 3.1%
Borealis Ventures named most active NH VC firm

Borealis Ventures named most active NH VC firm

CB Insights analysis lists top firms in each state
Commerce Department official to keynote NH aerospace conference

Commerce Department official to keynote NH aerospace conference

June 1 forum to look at international trade opportunities for industry
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

UNH adds online electrical engineering certificates … and more

House, Senate near agreement on business tax deal

Section 179 deduction, ‘Planet Fitness’ compromise nears
Cybersecurity forum spells out risks to small businesses

Cybersecurity forum spells out risks to small businesses

NH Business Review event stresses the importance of preventive measures
Smuttynose Brewing Company complex certified LEED Gold

Smuttynose Brewing Company complex certified LEED Gold

McHenry Architecture was lead architect on the project
Building on Hope gives Manchester PAL building a new life

Building on Hope gives Manchester PAL building a new life

$1.8 million volunteer project gives center an ‘extreme makeover’
‘Tactical urbanism’ comes to Portsmouth

‘Tactical urbanism’ comes to Portsmouth

Urban planner to discuss tactics, lead collaborative temporary Islington St. project
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Eckman begins work on Milton fire station, Nobis adds four to Concord staff … and more
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