November-11 2016

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Securing the Internet of Things

Securing the Internet of Things

Some steps businesses can take to better secure their own organization as well as their customers and employees

It’s time we became one country again

It’s time we became one country again

Don’t let legislators milk taxpayers

Dairy farmer bailout is the epitome of a special-interest handout

Family-friendly workplaces are good for business

They promote employee loyalty, productivity and morale
4 tests for selling a business

4 tests for selling a business

Maximizing the sale of a company is not just about when you’re ready to sell
Marketing lessons from a baby

Marketing lessons from a baby

Some correlations between digital marketing and childrearing
Six companies capture titles in 2nd Sustainability Slam

Six companies capture titles in 2nd Sustainability Slam

Q&A with BFA Executive Director James Key-Wallace

Q&A with BFA Executive Director James Key-Wallace

‘Very quietly,’ the BFA has established itself ‘as a major force in New Hampshire’s economic development,’ says James Key-Wallace, the agency’s newly named executive director.
10 small business wellness tips

10 small business wellness tips

Advice on how to take better care of your employees and increase profits
Observations on an election

Observations on an election

Declaring the winners is not the end, it’s only the beginning
6 questions for NH nonprofits

6 questions for NH nonprofits

When it comes to marketing, New Hampshire organizations should have answers
Canada’s take on Northern Pass

Canada’s take on Northern Pass

Consul general calls it an ‘opportunity’
Behind the bankruptcy of Performance Sports Group

Behind the bankruptcy of Performance Sports Group

Laden with debt, company looks for a new owner
Child-centered innovation

Child-centered innovation

Pediatric Device Consortium helps entrepreneurs fill medical needs

Ex-USA Springs owner seeks to buy back property

Francesco Rotondo files counteroffer for site of failed water bottling project
Run-up to election boosts Ruger sales

Run-up to election boosts Ruger sales

Gunmaker reports 3Q earnings hit $1.03 a share
Owner of Loon, Mt. Sunapee sells its holdings

Owner of Loon, Mt. Sunapee sells its holdings

CNL Lifestyle Properties announces completion of $830 million exit strategy
Tech Tidbits from Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits from Around New Hampshire

CAMP Systems International is acquired by Hearst, Westell Technologies moves operations to Spinnaker Contract Manufacturing ... and more
DARPA grants BAE Systems contract extension on Adaptive Radar Countermeasures

DARPA grants BAE Systems contract extension on Adaptive Radar Countermeasures

Nashua and Burlington, Mass. facilities will develop cognitive electronic warfare technologies
UNH names innovators of the year

UNH names innovators of the year

UNHInnovation executed 190 licenses and filed 13 patent applications in FY2016
Red River launches joint venture to address VA IT needs

Red River launches joint venture to address VA IT needs

Veteran Technology Partners will modernize IT infrastructure and solve technology challenges within U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs
UAV America drones to incorporate sense and avoid system technology

UAV America drones to incorporate sense and avoid system technology

Partnering with AerialGuard, the Nottingham-based manufacturer will integrate first-of-its-kind technology in commercial and industrial space
A cautionary phishing tale

A cautionary phishing tale

Seemingly harmless communication can lead to identify theft
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Stephen Thorpe of Optiv Security

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Stephen Thorpe of Optiv Security

Stephen Thorpe, assistant vice president of sales for the Atlantic Coast region at Optiv Security in Portsmouth, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the technology category for a large organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Shawn Walsh of Paradigm Computer Consulting

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Shawn Walsh of Paradigm Computer Consulting

Shawn Walsh, president of Paradigm Computer Consulting in Bedford, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the technology category for a small organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Joseph Barbone Jr. of Methuen Construction

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Joseph Barbone Jr. of Methuen Construction

Joseph Barbone Jr., president, CEO and owner of Methuen Construction in Plaistow, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the real estate and construction category for a large organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Scott Knightly of EnviroVantage

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Scott Knightly of EnviroVantage

Scott Knightly, owner and president of EnviroVantage in Epping, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the real estate and construction category for a small organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Mark W. Huddleston of University of New Hampshire

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Mark W. Huddleston of University of New Hampshire

Mark W. Huddleston, president of the University of New Hampshire in Durham, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the nonprofit category for a large organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Rosemary M. Heard of CATCH Neighborhood Housing

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Rosemary M. Heard of CATCH Neighborhood Housing

Rosemary M. Heard, president and CEO of CATCH Neighborhood Housing in Concord, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the nonprofit category for a small organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Bill Whyte of W.S. Badger Company

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Bill Whyte of W.S. Badger Company

Bill Whyte, founder and CEO of W.S. Badger Company in Gilsum, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the manufacturing category for a large organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Wendy Tirollo of TRM Microwave

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Wendy Tirollo of TRM Microwave

Wendy Tirollo, president, CEO and owner of TRM Microwave in Bedford, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the manufacturing category for a small organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Lucille “Lu” Mulla of Catholic Medical Center

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Lucille “Lu” Mulla of Catholic Medical Center

Lucille “Lu” Mulla, vice president of operations, clinical, and emergency services & disaster management at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the health care category for a large organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Dr. Thomas Pratt of Chiropractic Associates

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Dr. Thomas Pratt of Chiropractic Associates

Dr. Thomas Pratt, founder and owner of Chiropractic Associates in Manchester, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the health care category for a small organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Bob Bonfiglio of Rise Private Wealth Management

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Bob Bonfiglio of Rise Private Wealth Management

Bob Bonfiglio, managing director and private wealth advisor at Rise Private Wealth Management in Bedford, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the financial services category for a small organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Tim Hogan of the Crowne Plaza Hotel

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Tim Hogan of the Crowne Plaza Hotel

Tim Hogan, general manager of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nashua, is the 2016 Business Excellence Winner in the consumer services category for a large organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: August Fromuth of Freedom Energy Logistics

2016 Business Excellence Winner: August Fromuth of Freedom Energy Logistics

August Fromuth, managing partner and managing director of Freedom Energy Logistics in Auburn, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the consumer services category for a small organization
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Steven M. Burke of McLane Middleton

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Steven M. Burke of McLane Middleton

Steven M. Burke, director of tax, trusts and estates, and corporate departments at McLane Middleton in Manchester, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the business and professional category for a large organization
Brady Sullivan proposes housing units at Keene retail-office complex

Brady Sullivan proposes housing units at Keene retail-office complex

Variance sought to build 90 apartments at Colony Mill Marketplace
New Hampshire’s construction unemployment falls from August

New Hampshire’s construction unemployment falls from August

Industry jobless rate is ninth lowest in U.S.
‘Angie’ Kopka dies at 100

‘Angie’ Kopka dies at 100

Longtime Nashua Realtor remembered for service to industry, state
Laconia Area Community Land Trust chief to retire

Laconia Area Community Land Trust chief to retire

Linda Harvey announces she’ll step down in May 2017
NH Lottery, Home Builders team up on ‘tiny house’ project

NH Lottery, Home Builders team up on ‘tiny house’ project

Students from four NH high schools to take part in design, building program
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Schilling Beer plans big expansion, Waterville Valley workforce housing announced … and more
2016 Business Excellence Winner: Edward M. Smith of College Bound Movers

2016 Business Excellence Winner: Edward M. Smith of College Bound Movers

Edward M. Smith, president of College Bound Movers in Nashua, is the 2016 Business Excellence winner in the business and professional services category for a small organization
NH bankruptcies in October fall from September

NH bankruptcies in October fall from September

Slight jump from 2015 as 10 filings are related to businesses
Ex-chairman says he’ll bid for bankrupt Performance Sports Group

Ex-chairman says he’ll bid for bankrupt Performance Sports Group

Roustan sees antitrust issues in ‘stalking horse’ bid
Want to drive my Lamborghini?

Want to drive my Lamborghini?

Why the nature of trade with Mexico is inherently imbalanced

‘The voice of reason in chaotic times’

Performance Sports Group files for bankruptcy

Performance Sports Group files for bankruptcy

Chapter 11 filing paves for way sale, company says
Dyn issues analysis of ‘complex and sophisticated’ cyberattacks

Dyn issues analysis of ‘complex and sophisticated’ cyberattacks

Company identifies Mirai botnet as primary weapon in attack
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