Sept-1 2017

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Q&A with foreign policy expert and author Elmira Bayrasli

Q&A with foreign policy expert and author Elmira Bayrasli

‘Opportunity is not abundant around the world, but talent is something we all have,’ says Elmira Bayrasli, author of ‘From The Other Side of the World: Extraordinary Entrepreneurs.’
Pushing the button on memories

Pushing the button on memories

Collection of political buttons offers slices of history
6 best practices for an exit

6 best practices for an exit

How to plan for a co-owner’s unexpected departure from the business
Free speech and business

Free speech and business

Understanding the limitations on commercial speech

What do business tax cuts mean for NH business owners?

Government-sanctioned pay inequality

What does Plaistow have to do with Paris?

10 years ago, 164 New Hampshire towns foreshadowed the climate accord
Engaging employees for fun and profit

Engaging employees for fun and profit

When you start doing something people perceive to be worthwhile, they naturally want to join in
Accelerating NH’s workforce

Accelerating NH’s workforce

Initiative targets employers’ labor needs
New lease on a town’s life

New lease on a town’s life

The North Country town of Lancaster works to reinvent itself
Possible tariff puts NH solar firms on edge

Possible tariff puts NH solar firms on edge

Pending U.S. ruling seen as possible job killer
NH’s RGGI deal maintains state’s energy course

NH’s RGGI deal maintains state’s energy course

But two state bills propose significant changes
Four NH businesses recognized for supporting breastfeeding moms

Four NH businesses recognized for supporting breastfeeding moms

Decrease in infant illnesses helps employers’ bottom line says Dept. of Health
NFC Forum partnerships aim to further new technology applications

NFC Forum partnerships aim to further new technology applications

Near field communication can add capabilities to package tracking and support wireless charging interfaces
Transportation group advocates for federal self-driving legislation

Transportation group advocates for federal self-driving legislation

Coalition for Future Mobility indicates Sen. Hassan could help move along legislation in the Senate
Elliot Hospital uses virtual reality in design of urgent care center

Elliot Hospital uses virtual reality in design of urgent care center

Architecture firm E4H says technology shortens feedback loop and saves money
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Scribe Software nabs global e-commerce client, Lottery.com launches mobile app and global lottery platform in New Hampshire ... and more
Clean Tech Corner: Electric vehicles are on the move

Clean Tech Corner: Electric vehicles are on the move

The rapid change toward EV’s raises the need for charging infrastructure
USDA survey says NH farmland value up 3.4%

USDA survey says NH farmland value up 3.4%

Increase is second biggest in Northeast
NHIA picks Mass. firm to develop master plan

NHIA picks Mass. firm to develop master plan

Work begins in September on 10-year vision
New Hampshire engineer seeks to change lives in Panama

New Hampshire engineer seeks to change lives in Panama

Engineers Without Borders volunteer helps community build library
Mixed-use project planned for downtown Dover

Mixed-use project planned for downtown Dover

Plan calls for replacing Robbins block with five-story building
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Windham office building sold for $1.12 million … and more
What do business tax cuts mean to New Hampshire business owners?

What do business tax cuts mean to New Hampshire business owners?

The latest cuts destroy the state’s future ability to sustain or attract business
Eversource seeks to conceal Berlin biomass plant fiscal info

Eversource seeks to conceal Berlin biomass plant fiscal info

Utility asks NHPUC to keep payoff timeline confidential
200 New Hampshire businesses to split $7 million in 2017 R&D tax credits

200 New Hampshire businesses to split $7 million in 2017 R&D tax credits

Newly raised cap gives firms a much bigger piece of the pie
Nominations sought for 15th annual Business Excellence Awards

Nominations sought for 15th annual Business Excellence Awards

Submission deadline is Sept. 15 for NH Business Review honors
hopTo Inc. moves its headquarters to Concord

hopTo Inc. moves its headquarters to Concord

Application publishing software provider sees steady growth in second quarter
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Alpha Loft announces new Manchester location this fall, Nashua begins updating telephone networks to VOIP ... and more
Oracle Dyn partners with LINBIT on DNS solution

Oracle Dyn partners with LINBIT on DNS solution

Automated solution will aid Hewlett Packard, Sears, AccuWeather.com and other enterprises
Bottomline’s subscription strategy gaining ground

Bottomline’s subscription strategy gaining ground

Firm reports another net loss, but grows confident in changing revenue stream
Rochester-based Everlasting Capital named to Inc. 500

Rochester-based Everlasting Capital named to Inc. 500

21 other New Hampshire companies listed on Inc. 5000
Struggling to keep up with employee vacation time?

Struggling to keep up with employee vacation time?

The terms and conditions of paid time off are completely within an employer’s control
Members named to Laconia State School redevelopment panel

Members named to Laconia State School redevelopment panel

Bald, McLear among those nominated by governor
Public hearings set for 10-year transportation plan

Public hearings set for 10-year transportation plan

Governor’s Advisory Commission to hold two months of meetings on draft proposal
Construction cost index up slightly in July

Construction cost index up slightly in July

Input prices rose 0.3 percent for month, says ABC
Automation and the construction labor shortage

Automation and the construction labor shortage

Technology can’t solve some aspects, but some machine ‘laborers’ are already here
Keene rezoning effort seeks to revitalize former manufacturing corridor

Keene rezoning effort seeks to revitalize former manufacturing corridor

Residential, commercial, retail to be mixed in a walkable space
Benson is back on the board of Planet Fitness

Benson is back on the board of Planet Fitness

Former governor, a franchise owner, returns as director after two years
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Investors buy two more Bedford office properties … and more

Former Performance Sports bankruptcy plan finally emerges

Few details spelled out in sports equipment company’s filing
Four IT service trends to consider

Four IT service trends to consider

Desktop patching, file backup, cloud migration and IT governance are critical to thwart, or recover from, cyberattacks
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