November-16 2012

 

PUC OKs another round of wood heat boiler rebates

Northern New England telemedicine network gets off the ground

N.H. per capita income rose 4.3% in 2011

PC Connection announces 38-cent dividend

NHL lockout gives Monarchs an attendance boost

Ruger sees 62 percent hike in 3Q income

John Crosier, former longtime BIA president, dies at 75

2012 NHBR Business Excellence Awards winners

Battle over electricity customers turns to small businesses, residential users

Battle over electricity customers turns to small businesses, residential users

At 67, Tom Rath remains the one and only

At 67, Tom Rath remains the one and only

‘You would be hard-pressed to find someone with a bigger Rolodex in our state,’ says former U.S. Sen. Warren Rudman of his longtime friend
Why do we belong to the organizations we do?

Why do we belong to the organizations we do?

It doesn’t matter what we belong to - what matters is belonging to something
Taking steps to eliminate team dysfunction

Taking steps to eliminate team dysfunction

Most teams struggle to sustain the benefits of teamwork
'Off-the-shelf' agreements embedded in new LLC law

'Off-the-shelf' agreements embedded in new LLC law

The agreements are a major boon for New Hampshire small businesses that lack tailored operating agreements
N.H. voters provide election surprises

N.H. voters provide election surprises

The state is now clearly neither “red” nor “blue” but vibrantly “purple”
In Washington, small isn't beautiful

In Washington, small isn't beautiful

Despite candidates pledging their unwavering support for small businesses, once in office most policies are designed to enhance the profitability of big corporations
Yes, even the rich have worries

Yes, even the rich have worries

The reality is that, in times of booming growth or anemic progress, the well-off can feel unease, guilt and even distress

At 170 years, N.H. Hospital has much to celebrate

But many challenges remain in supporting state’s psychiatric programs

Give us the real RGGI story

What a difference a generation has made for rivers

We have seen the waterways go from catching fire to running clear and clean

The ACA's new Medicare taxes: Who pays what?

The law increases the Medicare payroll tax for high-income taxpayers and adds a new tax on their investment income

Northern Pass and what's good for N.H.

Why does the project insist on dismissing proposed burial of transmission lines?
Q&A with Crotched Mountain CEO Don Shumway

Q&A with Crotched Mountain CEO Don Shumway

N.H. median home sale price sees a 'comeback'

Health Innovator Award: Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital

Health Innovator Award: Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital

For taking the initiative to begin implementing a workplace wellness program to help employees live healthier lives, Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital has been recognized by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England and NHBR as the latest recipient of the Health Innovator Award.

2008 NHBR honors business excellence