New Hampshire Business Review June 29 2012

 

Portsmouth brewer's possible move stirs up beer lovers

Report finds more retail vacancies in southern N.H.

The retail vacancy rate in the region rose to 10.6 percent, a gain of 1.1 percent from the 9.5 percent vacancy rate in last year's study

Manchester welcomes pedestrians in downtown pilot

Ex-Ezenia execs get $60k in severance settlements

Prison consultant deal heads to exec council

N.H. foreclosures fall in May, but slow recovery is seen

N.H. foreclosures fall in May, but slow recovery is seen

6 New Hampshire businesses file for bankruptcy in June

Future construction numbers remain sluggish in May

N.H. economy gives businesses reason for optimism

HR managers face varied challenges

HR managers face varied challenges

Despite pitfalls, Life is Sweet for Keene store owner

Despite pitfalls, Life is Sweet for Keene store owner

What makes the Monadnock Region tick?

What makes the Monadnock Region tick?

USNH rewards program seeks lower-cost care

Wind power subsidy is a lot of hot air

Northern Pass risks region reaping benefits of economic change

New Hampshire should reject prisons-for-profit

Liberty-minded Republicans encourage a more perfect New Hampshire

Welcome to the politics of Dreamland

Why Europe does matter -- to everyone

Despite woes, Postal Service is a national asset

Understanding the business valuation process

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Q&A with Restaurateur and Broadway producer Chuck Rolecek

Q&A with Restaurateur and Broadway producer Chuck Rolecek

New student loan reimbursement program seeks businesses to take part

Health Innovator Award: Rivier  College

Health Innovator Award: Rivier College

For showing a strong commitment to employee wellness through various employee-centered wellness opportunities, Rivier College has been recognized by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England and NHBR as the latest recipient of the Health Innovator Award.

Micronetics execs will keep jobs in merger with Mass. firm