October-19 2012

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Private equity firm wraps up Presstek acquisition

White Mts. sees rise in earnings, pre-Sandy

GTAT laying off 40 N.H. workers in worldwide layoff

Woodlands members OK credit union's merger with Northeast

Unitil reports 3Q earnings increase

N.H. median home price increases for first time since 2010

$455k USDA energy grant goes to Balsams

Study puts N.H. workers' comp rates at 9th highest in nation

Ex-Cabletron exec reaches tentative settlement with SEC

Proposed standards will mean a change for N.H. syrup makers

Differences on energy conservation come to light at energy summit

Canada-U.S. trade will be subject of Rivier symposium

Federal New Market Tax Credits lure developers and lenders, but are they worth keeping?

How does a crib manufacturer win a Defense Dept. contract?

With state help, Whitney Bros. of Keene is awarded an Army contract for 3,000 cribs
How's business in the North  Country?

How's business in the North Country?

Area businesspeople offer their perspectives on the region's economy
Practice does make perfect

Practice does make perfect

In ‘Talent is Overrated,’ author Geoff Colvin makes the case for drive, passion and practice
Converting corporations under the new LLC law

Converting corporations under the new LLC law

Changes mean the real estate transfer tax likely won’t apply to conversions

Other November issues face the voters

With three constitutional amendments on the ballot, there’s more to think about than personalities
Fundamentals lacking in the Sox front office

Fundamentals lacking in the Sox front office

The Red Sox organization serves as an excellent example of all the things not to do

Updates to visa program are key to economic growth

Changes would have a direct impact on the economic environment of New England

Our water infrastructure is at stake

State needs leadership on restoring funding to help cities, towns maintain water systems

N.H. companies and the foreign exchange waters

The current environment represents an important opportunity for New Hampshire’s exporters, particularly exporters dealing with countries whose currencies have been down against the U.S. dollar

Foreclosure help is on the way

Legislative panel’s approval is final step in helping homeowners negotiating with lenders

Action is needed on pending direct care worker shortage

Despite a growing need, and greater demand, issue remains unaddressed
Q&A with UNH Survey Center Director Andy Smith

Q&A with UNH Survey Center Director Andy Smith

New Hampshire ‘has been undergoing a slow-going political realignment where the entire electorate shifts over time,’ says Andy Smith, director of the UNH Survey Center.

U.S. survey: N.H. organic sales totaled $16.8m in 2011

Initiative linking nonprofits with tech firms pays off

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