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New Hampshire's Business News for June 23

A look at today's top business headlines, including: Hassan signs business tax changes into law, state agencies investigating failed LaconiaFest, mixed-use project at former Macy’s site gets a new name, Annie Kuster speaks out about personal experiences with sexual assault, the strange story behind Trump’s $35,000 payment to a fictional NH ad agency
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Largest Planet Fitness shareholder to sell 10m shares

San Francisco private equity firm will still retain majority of stock

Laboring for workers

Hotter NH economy means businesses are scrambling for employees and wages are rising

Governor signs business tax measures into law

Says measures add to ‘tax-friendly environment’
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More >> Technology & Manufacturing

Building a workforce pipeline

Industry-education initiative aims to develop next generation of manufacturing employees

MIT program gives NH high school teachers a course in coding

Manchester schools, UNH Manchester, Dyn team up for ‘TeachCode Academy’
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More >> Energy and Environment

New green commuting effort launched in NH

CommuteSmart encourages employees to use alternative transportation

Hanover establishes energy-efficiency district

Special financing for commercial buildings available under state’s C-PACE program
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More >> Government

Governor signs business tax measures into law

Says measures add to ‘tax-friendly environment’

Uber bill clears a key hurdle in conference committee

Measure would override local regulations, omits independent contractor definition
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More >> Retail & Tourism

Fate of bill to require Airbnb tax ID remains unclear

The question remains: Will the full NH Senate approve the measure?

RiverWalk at Loon’s grand opening set for June

Luxury resort’s first phase features 79 suites and amenity ‘firsts’

NH’s film festivals prove good for business

Lights, cameras, customers
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More >> Sustainable Entrepreneurship

Farm fresh organic on the go at Turnip the Beet

Turnip the Beet earns points for style, flavor and healthy living

NHBR’s Sustainable Entrepreneurship series is run in partnership with the Green Alliance, to highlight sustainable practices among businesses in the Granite State.

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More >> Health & Education

D-H plans for $22 million palliative care center

Jack Byrne Center will meet needs of patients with life-limiting illness

Geneia reaps savings in remote monitoring

Study of elderly heart patients saves annual $8,375 per individual
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More >> Real Estate & Construction

Laboring for workers

Hotter NH economy means businesses are scrambling for employees and wages are rising

Mixed-use project at former Macy’s site gets a new name

Dallas-based developer renames development Market and Main
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More >> Banking and Finance

Largest Planet Fitness shareholder to sell 10m shares

San Francisco private equity firm will still retain majority of stock

Boston Fed CEO remains hopeful on U.S. economy

Rosengren, in Concord, sees continued growth, but raises concerns
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More >> Law

NH Bar Association leadership set for 2016-17

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

‘Debtors’ prison’ rule proposal to be aired

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Just One Thing

Badger’s answer to the childcare dilemma

A new childcare center down the street offers affordable options for workers

The “Just One Thing” Campaign is an 18-month effort of New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility. Companies can celebrate their achievements and inspire others by sharing their stories on the campaign’s webpage.

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More >> Nonprofits

New executive director named at WREN

Two multifamily projects win Housing Authority financing

Senior housing in Plaistow, affordable housing for vets in Bedford

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NH Business Review Poll

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More >> Startup Stories

New kitchen incubator fills a need in central NH

Genuine Local offers cooking space, food safety and marketing services

Hirshberg makes the case for social innovation

Stonyfield chairman to keynote UNH challenge

Hannah Grimes Center wins SBA's Growth Accelerator Fund competition

Keene incubator receives $50,000
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