New Hampshire Business Review November 4 2011

 

N.Y. bank to buy Hampshire First

Processor: N.H. retailers gain from 'swipe fee' cap

'Inspiration' focus of annual economic development summit

RGGI report: N.H. benefits, but not as much as others

AG issues warning on phony December event

Presstek says 'deep' layoffs loom

Gorham mill owner featured at state Manufacturing Summit

Crowdfunding gets big boost in Congress

N.H. bankruptcy filings continue to drop

Ezenia lists assets, debts in Chapter 11 filings

Bill seeks big hike in BPT equipment deduction

GT earnings slide in second quarter

California firm fires back in GT suit

Bahres, N.Y. firm own largest shares of new Maine casino

PC Connection income gains

Pennichuck sees earnings dip

Growing World Academy imparts its vision to decades of students

Growing World Academy imparts its vision to decades of students

Essential to the school's mission is to develop the "whole child," which means addressing all aspects of his or her being
U.S. visa program lures foreign investors to N.H.

U.S. visa program lures foreign investors to N.H.

State needs to rebuild its rainy day fund

Taking the 'Yes' approach to avoiding layoffs

Are our kids learning how to succeed?

10 economic trends that can drive career choice

The importance of roads to New Hampshire

The importance of roads to New Hampshire

The new service auditor standard and your business

2011 NHBR Business Excellence Awards winners

With a June opening planned, names of Merrimack luxury outlet stores still under wraps

With a June opening planned, names of Merrimack luxury outlet stores still under wraps

Beware of misinformation on taxes

Shrinking middle class, income inequality threaten the fundamentals of our financial system

GTAT expands suit over alleged IP theft

Earnings reports pour in from N.H. firms

Ayotte takes aim at Internet tax bill

Maintaining its focus helps Hudson lens manufacturer thrive

Maintaining its focus helps Hudson lens manufacturer thrive

Computer Optics is one of the few optics companies in the country that does it all, from design stage to completion

Why the U.S. needs biennial budgeting

Q&A with Patent lawyer Bill Loginov

Q&A with Patent lawyer Bill Loginov

Remembering Perkins Bass