March-7 2014

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Why not disclosure for nonprofits?

The real cost of dishonesty and lack of integrity

The real cost of dishonesty and lack of integrity

If you can’t trust the people that work for you, you’re in a lot of trouble

Three lessons ‘Downton Abbey’ can teach us about business

Lord Grantham can illuminate what not to do when securing your financial future
Ask HR: What to do when a promotion goes awry

Ask HR: What to do when a promotion goes awry

There are hazards in picking the wrong person or mismanaging the changeover
Governor Ridge’s Republican Party is not the Republican Party of today

Governor Ridge’s Republican Party is not the Republican Party of today

The former Pennsylvania governor harkened back to an earlier time, when ‘conservative’ meant something very different

A 4-cent gas tax hike is short money

In the end, investing in better roads and bridges will offer a very high return

The unconstitutional malpractice panels

Worker co-ops: Like ESOPs, but better

Unlike an ESOP, which merely makes present employees future beneficiaries, a worker co-op is democratically controlled by current employees on a one-person-one vote basis

Women face a job gap, not a wage gap

If women continue to go into health care rather than manufacturing, human resources rather than engineering, we will continue to see a disparity in pay

What’s behind the GMO debate?

A review of the stands both sides are taking in the growing fight over genetically modified foods
Revisiting the myth of tax deferral

Revisiting the myth of tax deferral

Tax efficiencies should be an integral part of any sound investment plan
Q&A with NhSolarGarden founder Andrew Kellar

Q&A with NhSolarGarden founder Andrew Kellar

Co-founder of the Green Alliance, Kellar is no stranger to innovative green ventures

Does N.H.'s temp worker industry need tougher regulation?

HB 1189 is modeled after a Massachusetts law that is one of the most far-reaching state laws specifically targeting the industry
Are regulations necessary for e-cigarettes?

Are regulations necessary for e-cigarettes?

Critics of vaping are demanding regulatory action that would go far beyond current efforts to ban e-cig sales to minors under 18
Slattery named new head of Belknap Econ Development Council

Slattery named new head of Belknap Econ Development Council

Succeeds newly appointed state economic development director
USDA 2013 funding in N.H. totaled $221.5m

USDA 2013 funding in N.H. totaled $221.5m

The bulk of the investment went to funding housing programs and preservation grants
Navy takes another shot at shipyard prison redevelopment

Navy takes another shot at shipyard prison redevelopment

The Navy issued a notice on Feb. 28 announcing the leasing opportunity for up to 50 years
Boston-based venture buys Merrimack office park

Boston-based venture buys Merrimack office park

CBRE/New England facilitates deal for Heron Cove

New Hampshire Housing launches low-downpayment mortgage program

‘Home Preferred No MI’ would require no mortgage insurance too

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Manchester/Nashua Realtors install officers, USPS boiler/RTU replacement … and more
2014 BOB Award Winners

2014 BOB Award Winners

The seventh annual NHBR readers' poll of the best B-to-B companies in the Granite State.
Centrix CEO: We’re ‘delighted and excited’

Centrix CEO: We’re ‘delighted and excited’

Merger with Boston-based Eastern ‘first and final stop’ for Bedford bank
N.H. prices climb, but home sales fall in January

N.H. prices climb, but home sales fall in January

‘Everything seems to be coming back into balance’
15 N.H. businesses file for February bankruptcy

15 N.H. businesses file for February bankruptcy

But total number of filings continues on downward slide
Matchmaker links N.H. businesses to government contractors

Matchmaker links N.H. businesses to government contractors

It’s the only event of its kind in the Granite State this year
N.H. led nation in export growth in 2013

N.H. led nation in export growth in 2013

Companies in the state exported $4.3 billion in 2013, a 22 percent increase over 2012
Ruger: Job growth will be in N. Carolina

Ruger: Job growth will be in N. Carolina

CEO says all factories in N.H., Ariz. and N.C. should have equal workforces

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Former Gary Blake site leased, 14 new Realtors inducted … and more

Big Durham multi-use project gets an anchor

UNH InterOperability Lab signs lease in $30m Madbury

Pro Con completes Wiggins expansion

A fourth, 23,240-square-foot hangar accommodates general

Two firms win Flatley Challenge

The competition awards a year of free office rent at the Flatley’s Gateway Hills development in Nashua and $10,000
Bahres’ Winnipesaukee estate offered for $49m

Bahres’ Winnipesaukee estate offered for $49m

‘Most significant offering ever,’ says broker
Newington manufacturer hires retired NASA astronaut

Newington manufacturer hires retired NASA astronaut

‘Shep’ Shepherd commanded International Space Station, flew three Space Shuttle missions
UNH’s Paul College adds sales program to the mix

UNH’s Paul College adds sales program to the mix

New Sales Center of Excellence will help mentor and train students in the art of selling
Governor appoints 26 to N.H. Economic Development Advisory Council

Governor appoints 26 to N.H. Economic Development Advisory Council

Hassan: Panel ‘is critical to our efforts to support innovative economic growth’
Has GTAT found a gold mine with sapphire?

Has GTAT found a gold mine with sapphire?

Apple deal gives N.H. firm an upbeat outlook
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