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When business is cleaning up

When picking up other people’s trash, ‘there’s never a dull moment’
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More >> Technology & Manufacturing

N.H. company’s motorcycles enlisted in Ebola fight

Five specially equipped Rokon cycles to be deployed in West Africa

LRCC helps close high-tech manufacturing gender gap

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More >> Energy and Environment

Commercial use of wood energy is heating up

Biomass heating has become an economically viable option for municipal, school and business operations

Liberty Utilities agrees to gas pipeline deal

Under the deal, Liberty says it would buy enough gas to heat 65,000 N.H. homes on the coldest day of the winter
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More >> Government

Feds join N.H. worker misclassification efforts

Agreement allows U.S. help in workers’ comp cases

Three N.H. firms win job training grants

State fund awards $19k to augment employee skills
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More >> Retail & Tourism

Poll: N.H. shoppers not so cheerful this holiday

New England College survey finds Granite Staters optimistic about economy, but most will limit their shopping

N.H. retailers upbeat about holiday season

Retail Association survey sees 4.3% increase in sales
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More >> Startup Stories

Wanted: social entrepreneurs up to the challenge

Gary Hirshberg to speak at kickoff of second UNH Social Venture Innovation Challenge

What did you do with your summer timeout?

TechOut startup competition, Product of Year deadlines loom

ApplyKit, BurstPoint to be featured at Entrepreneur Forum

Firms to make their pitches at Feb. 12 High Tech Council event

Innovation Commercialization Center ‘pivots’ to grow N.H.’s entrepreneurial ecosystem

Since its founding in 2010, the program has aimed to accelerate job growth and the development of early-stage tech companies
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More >> News

N.H. rental costs back on the rise

Average for a two-bedroom apartment tops $1,100 for the first time

Anthem in N.H. named in national class action suit

Providers, subscribers allege anti-competitive conspiracy by Blues across U.S.

Poll: N.H. shoppers not so cheerful this holiday

New England College survey finds Granite Staters optimistic about economy, but most will limit their shopping
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More >> Health & Education

Anthem in N.H. named in national class action suit

Providers, subscribers allege anti-competitive conspiracy by Blues across U.S.

N.H.-developed app targets health cost transparency

Developer sees MyMedicalShopper as a game-changer
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More >> Real Estate & Construction

150-acre Merrimack mixed-use project wins OK

Construction expected to begin in spring

Big mixed-use project almost set to go in West Lebanon

Work expected to begin next summer on 38-acre River Park
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Just One Thing

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 >> Law

New OSHA rule expands recordkeeping requirements

More injuries, industries are covered by change in regulations

Pregnancy discrimination hasn’t gone away

In response to a growing number of complaints, the EEOC has issued new guidance for employers
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More >> Nonprofits

Seven nonprofits vie for grants at Entrepreneurs Foundation competition

EFNH members will select two organizations to receive $25,000 grants

Recent college grads have a PLAN for zero waste

In its first year, UNH-inspired startup recycles 65 tons of waste from nine campuses

Shelter, Manchester tech firm get creative to help animals in need of homes

‘Cash Stash’ campaign begins Thursday in Manchester
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