October-5 2012

 

UNH seeks firms looking for help with technology challenges

Prison privatization faces an uphill battle

HHS to seek new extension for Medicaid computer system

Nov. 16 social media summit at SNHU

It's back: SEC's Cabletron case set for November

Bottomline execs got big pay raises in 2012

Ex-AeroSat CEO sues over 2011 firing

Innovators share ideas at latest Disruptivate! conference

Future construction shoots up in August

Accusations swirl around failed USA Springs bailout

Are two slaughterhouses enough to handle meat processing in the entire state?

Are two slaughterhouses enough to handle meat processing in the entire state?

Among livestock producers in New Hampshire, lack of access to slaughtering plants is frequently cited as a major impediment to growth in a state that, until very recently, had just one federally inspected slaughterhouse

Two studies tackle question of economic benefits of Northern Pass

Jury should remain out on Northern Pass' visual impact

With an analysis still under way, all of the information is not yet available

USNH is doing its part to keep costs down

But lack of state support threatens colleges and the N.H. economy

State's Pollution Prevention Program is a win-win

An opportunity to save money while promoting a safe and environmentally sustainable work environment

3 instructive books for a presidential election

Books on Kennedy, Johnson and presidential relationships add perspective about the men who have held the job

EEOC's gender identity ruling could be far-reaching

Agency finds that discrimination against a transgender person is a violation of Title VII

N.H. should put stock in state-owned bank

North Dakota’s 92-year-old bank is a profitable role model
The wisdom of promoting from within

The wisdom of promoting from within

But the upsides – including continuity and increased motivation - outweigh the downsides

Why the tie will never die

There’s a subtle but powerful statement made by wearing a necktie
Why not try to satisfy all customers?

Why not try to satisfy all customers?

You don’t have to vote the way your customers want, but you risk upsetting them – and losing business
Q&A with WMUR-TV President and GM Jeff Bartlett

Q&A with WMUR-TV President and GM Jeff Bartlett

Owner of N.H. land tops list of largest U.S. landowners

10th Governor's Manufacturing Summit set for Oct. 11

Four N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in September