October-3 2014

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Demand high for Great Bay Community College high-tech manufacturing students

Demand high for Great Bay Community College high-tech manufacturing students

Targeted tax cuts affect the rest of us

We have spent a lot of time and creativity over the years finding cheaper ways to provide effective services, but we cannot make bricks out of straw alone

How a tax on wealth became a tax on the middle class

Over the last 20 years, the state’s interest and dividends has been transformed into something its creators would not recognize

School tax credits are good for parents, taxpayers

The state Supreme Court’s recent decision clears the way for expanding educational options for New Hampshire families
‘Talk to me’: A roadmap to ‘inbound marketing’

‘Talk to me’: A roadmap to ‘inbound marketing’

If you own the facts, you can own the field
The hard truth about leading change that lasts

The hard truth about leading change that lasts

Five tips to help balance an organization’s priorities and plan changes
Fiscal issues should be at center of ’16 campaign

Fiscal issues should be at center of ’16 campaign

Liberals, conservatives, Democrats, Republicans and independents all have a stake in fixing the debt
Manchester Community Music School’s Billie Tooley

Manchester Community Music School’s Billie Tooley

Manchester Community Music School's Billie Tooley says that the skills gained by learning to become a musician or singer can be used in any career or life path, making the school a vital part of the community.
Dispelling the myths of management and supervision

Dispelling the myths of management and supervision

Well-intentioned managers, doing their best to be good leaders, often repeat unhelpful practices experienced in their early careers

“Corporate cronyism” lives on at the Ex-Im Bank

The notion that mega-corporations have too much influence over federal policy has found new champions among Republicans. Will the Democrats join in?
Cartoon for the Week of October 3, 2014

Cartoon for the Week of October 3, 2014

Startup takes on the college application process

Startup takes on the college application process

Manchester-based ApplyKit seeks ‘to fundamentally improve the world of admissions’
Inevitable or unworkable?

Inevitable or unworkable?

Nursing homes, mental health centers voice worries over Medicaid managed care transition
New Hampshire’s technology sector: a roundtable

New Hampshire’s technology sector: a roundtable

NHBR's editors asked local experts what the future holds for the technology sector in N.H.
Appledore wins $10m Portsmouth Shipyard contract

Appledore wins $10m Portsmouth Shipyard contract

Navy picks engineering firm for waterfront infrastructure work
Report: Rental rates troublesome in N.H.

Report: Rental rates troublesome in N.H.

Rockingham/Strafford has 20th highest costs in nation; Manchester is 49th
N.H. foreclosures continue to fall

N.H. foreclosures continue to fall

August numbers down 33% from 2013
Flatley issues its ‘challenge’ again

Flatley issues its ‘challenge’ again

Third annual Flatley Challenge offers space, assistance to high-tech startups
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Fully occupancy at 186 Granite, Lakes Region Parade of Homes … and more
Extreme Networks sees revenues up after Enterasys acquisition

Extreme Networks sees revenues up after Enterasys acquisition

But California firm sees bigger loss in fiscal year
N.H. Energy Summit takeaway: expect natural gas spikes again this winter

N.H. Energy Summit takeaway: expect natural gas spikes again this winter

‘What we thought was very scary last fall may be even scarier this year’
Video game incubator planned in Manchester

Video game incubator planned in Manchester

Game Assembly aims to stimulate the state’s nascent industry
Commercial real estate: more than square feet and rental rates

Commercial real estate: more than square feet and rental rates

The sector encompasses a lot of territory
New IRS regulations can mean big tax savings

New IRS regulations can mean big tax savings

The rules feature big changes to fixed asset depreciation and repairs costs for 2014
Report: Retail space grows, but so does vacancy rate

Report: Retail space grows, but so does vacancy rate

Southern N.H. survey shows effect of new Seabrook Commons, Stop & Shop closings
Seacoast Realtors to talk politics

Seacoast Realtors to talk politics

‘Election Insight’ event to feature UNH Survey Center Chief Andrew Smith
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Pease office space leased, HVAC firm acquisition … and more
Standex execs receive hefty raises

Standex execs receive hefty raises

Salem conglomerate’s top officials earned a total of $10.8 million in 2014
Two N.H.-to-Boston transmission projects vying for ISO New England OK

Two N.H.-to-Boston transmission projects vying for ISO New England OK

Approval is expected this year for one of the competing plans
Ex-employee sues N.H. DHHS over breastfeeding denial

Ex-employee sues N.H. DHHS over breastfeeding denial

Former child support officer was behind failed ‘Devon’s Law’ in last legislative session
At least 233,000 N.H. cards compromised in Home Depot data breach

At least 233,000 N.H. cards compromised in Home Depot data breach

NHBR analysis shows average of 11,600 cards compromised at each of 20 Granite State Home Depots
Bitcoin ATMs coming soon to New Hampshire

Bitcoin ATMs coming soon to New Hampshire

Nashua, Manchester, Dartmouth and UNH are likely first sites
N.H. summit to show why ‘Manufacturing Matters’

N.H. summit to show why ‘Manufacturing Matters’

12th annual Governor’s Advanced Manufacturing and High Tech Summit will explore workforce, growth strategies
Five North Country projects win Northern Border grants

Five North Country projects win Northern Border grants

Money to be used for economic, community development
Five startups make the final cut for TechOut 2014

Five startups make the final cut for TechOut 2014

Finalists will vie for $100,000 in prize money at third annual event
Shelter, Manchester tech firm get creative to help animals in need of homes

Shelter, Manchester tech firm get creative to help animals in need of homes

‘Cash Stash’ campaign begins Thursday in Manchester
Report: August N.H. home sales dip from a year ago

Report: August N.H. home sales dip from a year ago

RE/MAX report finds median sales price higher than ‘13
Students sought for construction trades boot camp

Students sought for construction trades boot camp

Home Builders offers free skills training for people interested in working in the industry
British fly-fishing firm to expand at Claremont site

British fly-fishing firm to expand at Claremont site

Fulling Mill purchases River Road facility, plans 1,700-square-foot addition
Portsmouth’s first, and last, farm sold for $963k

Portsmouth’s first, and last, farm sold for $963k

Area family buys landmark 1810 Hett Farm
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Milestone completes Bank of N.H. branch, RE/MAX Insight on ‘Inc.’ list … and more
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