March-20 2015

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Favorite Foods’ recipe for success

Favorite Foods’ recipe for success

Somersworth-based restaurant supplier utilizes solar energy, sustainable methods to fuel its business
Cold calling isn’t ‘dead’ because it works so well

Cold calling isn’t ‘dead’ because it works so well

The practice just needs to be approached differently

New Hampshire’s state government must be transformed

A new COO would bring more efficiency, innovation
How does a business accommodate a service animal?

How does a business accommodate a service animal?

Figuring out compliance under sometimes murky ADA rules

Where has New Hampshire’s competitive edge gone?

Businesses know they must invest and innovate to survive, but not state government
Coping with the ‘myth’ of work-life balance

Coping with the ‘myth’ of work-life balance

We yearn to have it all – whatever that may mean to each of us
Q&A with Musher Lidia Dale-Mesaros

Q&A with Musher Lidia Dale-Mesaros

‘I don't have a team taking care of my dogs. I take care of them 24/7, every day of the year. It is an enormous commitment and a labor of love,’ says Lidia Dale-Mesaros, owner of Valley Snow Dogz in Thornton.
Terminating an employee the right way

Terminating an employee the right way

It’s never an easy task, but there is a humane and sensitive way to approach it
Granny D's long walk for democracy continues

Granny D's long walk for democracy continues

15 years later, citizens haven’t given up fighting for reform
‘What have they accomplished?’ The GOP version

‘What have they accomplished?’ The GOP version

When evaluating presidential candidates, we need to look beyond the money and campaign ads
The nuts and bolts of establishing a B Corporation

The nuts and bolts of establishing a B Corporation

A way to generate profit and do some good at the same time
Pass the mic, but don’t pass on the copyright

Pass the mic, but don’t pass on the copyright

After Monster Energy used a Beastie Boys compilation video without permission, the rap group was ready to make some noise
Cartoon for the Week of March 20

Cartoon for the Week of March 20

Merrimack scrubber at the center of Eversource’s divestiture plan

Merrimack scrubber at the center of Eversource’s divestiture plan

Residents may win, businesses may lose in Eversource deal
Checking in with the Salem business community

Checking in with the Salem business community

What they have to say about Salem's strengths and weaknesses, a possible casino and expansion of I-93
12-hour Radiothon to benefit N.H. veterans

12-hour Radiothon to benefit N.H. veterans

Veterans Count, iHeartMedia team on first-of-its-kind event
State offers rebates for more EV plug-in stations

State offers rebates for more EV plug-in stations

$24,000 in funding targets more southern N.H. electric vehicle charging sites
Ruger’s earnings took a hit in 2014

Ruger’s earnings took a hit in 2014

‘Pullback’ over year led to $83 million drop in profits from 2013
Kennebunk Savings expands again on Seacoast

Kennebunk Savings expands again on Seacoast

Bank opens fourth New Hampshire branch, with a fifth on the way
Seacoast home, condo sales on the rise in February

Seacoast home, condo sales on the rise in February

Pending March sales look bright too
Six nonprofits vie for community-funded makeover

Six nonprofits vie for community-funded makeover

Building on Hope to make decision for 2016 renovations in April
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

N.H. Job Corps Center nears completion, Keeler promoted at Coldwell Banker … and more
It’s not just offices that are squeezing down space

It’s not just offices that are squeezing down space

High-bay warehouse and manufacturing tenants are looking to pare costs as well
Six N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in February

Six N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in February

But total monthly filings lowest in 25 years
Proposed independent contractor definition makes its way to full N.H. House

Proposed independent contractor definition makes its way to full N.H. House

Vote may mark beginning of the end of years of legal wrangling
N.H. colleges’ economic impact: $5.8 billion

N.H. colleges’ economic impact: $5.8 billion

Report spells out effect of higher education on Granite State’s economy
Quebec firm acquires North Country Smokehouse

Quebec firm acquires North Country Smokehouse

Smoked meat firm’s operations will remain in Claremont
GTAT inks $100 million financing deal

GTAT inks $100 million financing deal

Company seeks bankruptcy court approval for loan
5 N.H. health systems join Tufts in forming new insurance plan

5 N.H. health systems join Tufts in forming new insurance plan

Availability of coverage for employers expected by 2016
148 organizations receive N.H. Charitable Foundation grants

148 organizations receive N.H. Charitable Foundation grants

$2.3 million awarded to organizations around the state
Balsams study forecasts economic boom for Coos

Balsams study forecasts economic boom for Coos

But bid for state-backed $28m bond hits a snag
30 new downtown Laconia apartments under construction

30 new downtown Laconia apartments under construction

Chinburg converting 18,000-square-foot building
Survey says homeownership rate at 20-year low

Survey says homeownership rate at 20-year low

Harvard analysis finds 2014 rate lowest since 1994
N.H. firm may have solution for roof snow loads

N.H. firm may have solution for roof snow loads

SnowSentry device could give building owners an early warning when heavy snow is making roofs unstable
Home prices rise in Manchester-Nashua

Home prices rise in Manchester-Nashua

Monthly, yearly increases reported
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Jackman reports six transactions, S.W. Cole opens new subsidiary in N.H. … and more
N.H. House committee votes against minimum wage hike, backs right-to-work

N.H. House committee votes against minimum wage hike, backs right-to-work

Another panel keeps BPT tax cut alive
Five N.H. firms win job training grants

Five N.H. firms win job training grants

Total of $27,514 in grants will help train 132 workers
White Mountains quarterly, annual net income fall

White Mountains quarterly, annual net income fall

But book value per share rises for year
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