May-31 2013

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What’s happened to the art of listening?

What’s happened to the art of listening?

Being misunderstood or misquoted is always a possibility
A burgeoning robotics industry makes a home in N.H.

A burgeoning robotics industry makes a home in N.H.

Robotics companies are clustering in a corridor that stretches from Boston to Manchester
Women and leadership: more work needs to be done, especially in N.H.

Women and leadership: more work needs to be done, especially in N.H.

New Hampshire lags behind other states in the number of female executives and board members, as well as in the number of women-owned businesses

Fundamentals of the site evaluation process

What exactly is the Site Evaluation Committee and why has it become such an issue?

Tips for getting creative with your employer health plan

A group captive can be the solution for small and midsized companies

Senator Ayotte’s broader betrayal

What really is at issue here is the role of money and lobbyist control in Washington

EPA nominee matters to the North Country

Under her leadership, the agency will make prudent decisions involving renewable fuels and biomass
There’s more to the 501(c) controversy

There’s more to the 501(c) controversy

There certainly is a legitimate issue about how many entities we should afford tax exemption
Q&A with Henniker Brewing Co. Co-founder Dave Currier

Q&A with Henniker Brewing Co. Co-founder Dave Currier

The former state senator and successful businessman emerged from retirement to enter the beer business
Mad marketing in a modern world

Mad marketing in a modern world

It’s all about integration – from campaign strategies to technology

BET tips exemption undermines state revenues

The proposal would erode the tax base and compound New Hampshire’s fiscal problems

Where’s the health coverage information that N.H. residents deserve?

With consumer assistance funding in legislative limbo, time is of the essence to educate N.H. about the Health Benefits Marketplace

Yankee travel Guide singles out N.H. restaurants, hotels

More than 40 New Hampshire locations are listed as winners of “Editor’s Choice” awards in the 2013 issue of Yankee Magazine’s Travel Guide to New England

Why you should care about ‘Running Start’

It’s an outstanding example of the community college system’s efforts to improve access, affordability and the success of N.H.’s students and economy
Judge backs scrapyard company in suit over Manchester fees

Judge backs scrapyard company in suit over Manchester fees

The ordinance required the firm to pay 50 cents per transaction to the city – an amount that would increase its annual fee from $420 to $45,000
Dismal totals again for future construction contracts in April

Dismal totals again for future construction contracts in April

But the disappointing numbers were offset somewhat by the continued resurgence of the residential building sector

N.H. House to vote on jobless benefits for startups

Under the bill, would-be entrepreneurs wouldn’t have to show that they are looking for work, but show that they are available for and participating in 'self-employment assistance activities'
Is it a recovery? N.H. home sales, prices continue to rise in April

Is it a recovery? N.H. home sales, prices continue to rise in April

Sales increased 9.2%, median price was up 8.4% for the month
One-sided N.H. House vote backs Auto Dealer Bill of Rights

One-sided N.H. House vote backs Auto Dealer Bill of Rights

The bill would give dealers greater leverage and protections in their dealings with carmakers
State agency offers grants to food, agricultural product exporters

State agency offers grants to food, agricultural product exporters

The federal grant products like cosmetics or similar merchandise that are agriculturally based
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