October-16 2015

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Q&A with NH AFL-CIO president Glenn Brackett

Q&A with NH AFL-CIO president Glenn Brackett

‘I believe our first responsibility is to grow good jobs in New Hampshire,’ says Glenn Brackett, recently elected as president of the NH AFL-CIO.
A business strategy that includes inclusion

A business strategy that includes inclusion

A holistic approach to diversity keys a shift in the organizational mindset

Mentoring the millennials: a call to action

There’s a significant difference in self-confidence and job-readiness between those who can point to a mentor and those who can’t

Join the battle against addiction

Clean energy doesn’t ‘hurt the economy’

Home mortgage hurdles hurt the market

For many responsible borrowers, credit is still out of reach

A moment of empowerment

A child’s thoughtful encounter with a presidential candidate

A call to action on education

We must boost the number of students who attend state colleges
Cartoon for the Week of October 16

Cartoon for the Week of October 16

The failure of timing

The failure of timing

Planning works because there is so much out of our control
NH politics, all shook up

NH politics, all shook up

Hassan’s Senate announcement stirs speculation, maneuvering
Making the leap to manager

Making the leap to manager

It takes time to gain the skills it takes to be a respected leader
Making the best choice

Making the best choice

Local HVAC company caters to growing customer demands for sustainable options
On the road again

On the road again

A day and a night with a Pike Industries paving crew
2016 will see big changes on health care exchange

2016 will see big changes on health care exchange

The addition of Medicaid recipients will double the amount of individuals while penalties for lack of insurance rise sharply
From Big Apple to Queen City

From Big Apple to Queen City

NYC firm picks Manchester as its new home
‘Time is now’ for action on manufacturing

‘Time is now’ for action on manufacturing

Keynoter at governor’s summit stresses New England’s advantages
GT Advanced Technologies seeks to sell Hyperion business

GT Advanced Technologies seeks to sell Hyperion business

$1.1 million sale must be approved by bankruptcy court
Aging baby boomers raise workforce questions for employers

Aging baby boomers raise workforce questions for employers

NH Business Review Health Care Forum explores state’s changing demographics
Open source software: What you don’t know could hurt you

Open source software: What you don’t know could hurt you

The old saying ‘if something is too good to be true, it probably is,’ applies
IndustryMD wins TechOut’s $50k top prize

IndustryMD wins TechOut’s $50k top prize

AlignRevenue, Slipstream take home second- and third-place honors
Angel investing conference set in Manchester

Angel investing conference set in Manchester

Live Free and Start event will feature Maine Angels chair, breakout sessions
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Seacoast NH Start-Up competition, New Hampshire InnovateHER challenge … and more

No Labels? No thanks

The better answer is to end the gridlock by electing a president and a Congress controlled by the same party
Brady Sullivan plans big mill renovation in Nashua

Brady Sullivan plans big mill renovation in Nashua

Plans call for up to 175 apartments at downtown location
New CEO named at R.S. Audley

New CEO named at R.S. Audley

Ryan Audley to take helm of Bow-based firm
New NH liquor outlet planned in Plymouth

New NH liquor outlet planned in Plymouth

New 9,000-square-foot store to replace Tenney Mountain Highway location
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

New appointment at MDC, promotion at North Branch … and more

Portsmouth athletic apparel firm wins a round in bankruptcy court

Judge agrees that ‘suffocating’ contract tied company’s hands
Four NH businesses file for bankruptcy

Four NH businesses file for bankruptcy

Lowest number of September filings in 25 years
Stonyfield to implement 6-month paid parental leave

Stonyfield to implement 6-month paid parental leave

A policy aimed at ‘attracting and retaining the best people’
Lebanon firm takes $100k pitch competition

Lebanon firm takes $100k pitch competition

AOL co-founder awards funding to FreshAir Sensor
NH business tax amnesty on tap to start in December

NH business tax amnesty on tap to start in December

Penalties, half interest would be forgiven on back taxes filed between Dec. 1 and Feb. 15
AQYR Technologies wins $100m Air Force deal

AQYR Technologies wins $100m Air Force deal

Nashua-based firm to provide portable Global Broadcast Service receivers
Albany International, UNH team up on STEM collaborative

Albany International, UNH team up on STEM collaborative

Partnership seeks to increase and retain K-12 teachers
Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Tech Tidbits From Around NH

Retrieve in hiring mode, SMTP moves to Gainesville … and more
Portsmouth tech tour will reboot eCoast brand events

Portsmouth tech tour will reboot eCoast brand events

Stops at Newmarket, PixelMEDIA, C3 Metrics, Neoscope planned
There’s still time to apply for Product of the Year

There’s still time to apply for Product of the Year

NH High Tech Council’s POY event turns 10 this year
Five keys to achieving a successful merger

Five keys to achieving a successful merger

Making the deal is only the first step in the process
Former Salem state liquor store site sold for $3.9m

Former Salem state liquor store site sold for $3.9m

Nautilus Realty Group coordinates sealed bid sale
Berlin, Gorham push for Conway bypass

Berlin, Gorham push for Conway bypass

‘Tens of millions’ at stake if it’s not built, officials warn
Economist’s topic: ‘How are we doing?’

Economist’s topic: ‘How are we doing?’

Seacoast Realtors to hear Thibeault’s perspective
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Venture firm invests in UK Architects, change in leadership at Stibler … and more
NH’s new mold bill: What you need to know

NH’s new mold bill: What you need to know

Third-party certification requirement takes effect Jan. 1
NH Senate panel takes on tip-sharing, again

NH Senate panel takes on tip-sharing, again

Committee mulls over whether employer suggestion is more of a demand
Nashua law firm seeks to launch VW class action suit

Nashua law firm seeks to launch VW class action suit

NH case among dozens filed nationwide so far
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