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N.H.'s health coverage evolution

As ACA penalties become a reality, more offerings and coverage options await
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Flatley issues its ‘challenge’ again

Third annual Flatley Challenge offers space, assistance to high-tech startups

Extreme Networks sees revenues up after Enterasys acquisition

But California firm sees bigger loss in fiscal year

More >> Energy and Environment

N.H. Energy Summit takeaway: expect natural gas spikes again this winter

‘What we thought was very scary last fall may be even scarier this year’

Two N.H.-to-Boston transmission projects vying for ISO New England OK

Approval is expected this year for one of the competing plans

More >> Government

Ex-employee sues N.H. DHHS over breastfeeding denial

Former child support officer was behind failed ‘Devon’s Law’ in last legislative session

Five North Country projects win Northern Border grants

Money to be used for economic, community development

More >> Retail & Tourism

At least 233,000 N.H. cards compromised in Home Depot data breach

NHBR analysis shows average of 11,600 cards compromised at each of 20 Granite State Home Depots

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

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

Extreme Networks sees revenues up after Enterasys acquisition

But California firm sees bigger loss in fiscal year

N.H. Energy Summit takeaway: expect natural gas spikes again this winter

‘What we thought was very scary last fall may be even scarier this year’

Two N.H.-to-Boston transmission projects vying for ISO New England OK

Approval is expected this year for one of the competing plans

More >> Health & Education

Health Innovator’s Award goes to CMC’s Goodwin

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

Report finds shifting health insurance market in state

More >> Real Estate & Construction

Appledore wins $10m Portsmouth Shipyard contract

Navy picks engineering firm for waterfront infrastructure work

Report: Rental rates troublesome in N.H.

Rockingham/Strafford has 20th highest costs in nation; Manchester is 49th

Just One Thing

Giving back to the community the Hypertherm way

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

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

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

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

 

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