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Export-Import Bank has fans in N.H.

Local companies will lose business if the export credit agency is not renewed
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More >> Technology & Manufacturing

N.H. High Tech Council seeks Product of the Year nominees

Deadline is Sept. 26 for 2014 entries

A mixed bag for GTAT in Apple’s big announcement

Apple Watch will have a sapphire screen, but new iPhone won’t

More >> Energy and Environment

N.H. Electric Co-Op CEO announces retirement

Fred Anderson to end 34-year career with utility in spring

2014 N.H. Energy Summit scheduled in Concord

Infrastructure, gas-electric issue focus of event

More >> Government

Governor creates commission to tackle workers’ comp costs

Panel will look for ways to reduce medical expenses

New Hampshire STEPs up export effort

State wins $159k federal grant to boost international trade

More >> Retail & Tourism

Joey Kramer picks Durham Marketplace to debut new coffee line

N.H. store is first outlet where Aerosmith drummer’s single-serve cups are sold

Why Wi-Fi is a must for any restaurant’s menu

Being a “hot spot” takes more than great food

More >> Startup Stories

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

GT Advanced Technologies inks game-changing deal with Apple

The $500m agreement represents a major shift in strategy for the company

More >> News

Scott Brown’s Feb. comments raise questions about his online sales tax stance

At the time, he said, ‘I’m not sure what the answer is’ on imposing the tax

A mixed bag for GTAT in Apple’s big announcement

Apple Watch will have a sapphire screen, but new iPhone won’t

C&S to acquire White Rose, corporate parent

Nation’s largest wholesale food distributor about to get larger

More >> Health & Education

Study: N.H.’s uninsured population drops by 22,000

Report finds shifting health insurance market in state

New liaison hired to link UNH with manufacturers

Initiative seeks to boost R&D among small- and medium-sized manufacturers

More >> Real Estate & Construction

Seacoast residential sales dip in August

Volume falls from record-setting July

Former Kingsbury site in Keene on the market for $4.5m

300,000-square-foot building, land listed by Paul McInnis Inc.

Just One Thing

Sequoya Technologies’ energetic idea

By thinking creatively, the Peterborough-based IT firm has gotten its clients involved in the community and made its office more efficient

Monadnock Paper brings a farm back to life

Nearly a decade ago, Monadnock Paper Mills made it its mission to help a local farm get the fresh start it deserved and rebuild from the ground up – literally.

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

Workplace investigations: what you need to know

The choice of investigator is important and should be based on broader criteria than simply short-term cost

Arbitration has an upside, but there are drawbacks

Costs, potential conflicts, finality of verdict are possible negatives

More >> Nonprofits

Summer, brought to you by nonprofit organizations

They provide essential places and experiences people treasure and count on

Hannah Grimes Center to grow again

Keene business assistance facility launches capital campaign

Building on Hope reveals its latest success story

Building on Hope seeks help from business

There are several ways for businesses or organizations to get involved

 

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