September-19 2014

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Saint Anselm College

Saint Anselm College

Eckman Construction demonstrates experience with new residence halls and renovated college buildings
Giving back to the community the Hypertherm way

Giving back to the community the Hypertherm way

Website brings N.H.’s health future into focus

Website brings N.H.’s health future into focus

Health Innovator’s Award goes to CMC’s Goodwin

Health Innovator’s Award goes to CMC’s Goodwin

Advanced planning for business ownership transfer

With so many owners reaching retirement, only the best-run, most valuable businesses will command premium sale prices
Recent college grads have a PLAN for zero waste

Recent college grads have a PLAN for zero waste

In its first year, UNH-inspired startup recycles 65 tons of waste from nine campuses

Without change, the electric grid will break

Sooner, rather than later New England is going to need more base load electricity to replace retirements.
Cartoon for the Week of September 19, 2014

Cartoon for the Week of September 19, 2014

Tackling diversity from all sides of the issue

Tackling diversity from all sides of the issue

Diversity Workforce Coalition, Emerging Leaders in Communities of Color have an impact on businesses and individuals
Is a private placement in your firm’s future?

Is a private placement in your firm’s future?

A new law and new platforms enable companies to more easily issue securities and reach a larger pool of accredited investors

Will we be the last generation to enjoy cod?

Habitat protection is the last, best hope

Voucher law has no real help for low-income kids

Supreme Court ruling means the tax credit program may continue for the moment, leaving the state with a fiscal liability of uncertain size for a program with no legitimate public purpose
The slates are chosen for November’s election

The slates are chosen for November’s election

No sooner was the primary over then attack ads funded by out-of-state PACs and ‘social welfare organizations’ began to disparage the nominees
LastingMatters founder Barbara Sedoric

LastingMatters founder Barbara Sedoric

Barbara Sedoric, creator of the LastingMatters Organizer, is helping people confront one of the most difficult subjects of all – the inevitability of death and how to plan for it
Unplug from social media: It’s good for the soul, and for business

Unplug from social media: It’s good for the soul, and for business

Great leaders don’t find themselves on center stage because of their awesomely punctual response rate to tweets and emails
‘Robo advisors’ and your financial security

‘Robo advisors’ and your financial security

They raise questions about the limits of technology and how the financial advice world responds
Manufacturing Week focuses on training

Manufacturing Week focuses on training

All seven communities colleges will open their doors to the public on Oct. 1
App developers hope to take a bite out of theft

App developers hope to take a bite out of theft

Co-founder Gary O’Neil sees Rejjee as revolutionizing how the reporting of lost or stolen property is handled
N.H.'s health coverage evolution

N.H.'s health coverage evolution

As ACA penalties become a reality, more offerings and coverage options await
Figuring out whether you’re under the influence

Figuring out whether you’re under the influence

TRIA reauthorization is essential to the economy

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act is vital to the health of the commercial real estate industry
Joey Kramer picks Durham Marketplace to debut new coffee line

Joey Kramer picks Durham Marketplace to debut new coffee line

N.H. store is first outlet where Aerosmith drummer’s single-serve cups are sold
Scott Brown’s Feb. comments raise questions about his online sales tax stance

Scott Brown’s Feb. comments raise questions about his online sales tax stance

At the time, he said, ‘I’m not sure what the answer is’ on imposing the tax
N.H. High Tech Council seeks Product of the Year nominees

N.H. High Tech Council seeks Product of the Year nominees

Deadline is Sept. 26 for 2014 entries
Seacoast residential sales dip in August

Seacoast residential sales dip in August

Volume falls from record-setting July
Former Kingsbury site in Keene on the market for $4.5m

Former Kingsbury site in Keene on the market for $4.5m

300,000-square-foot building, land listed by Paul McInnis Inc.
Report: 29% of N.H. home sales were for cash in June

Report: 29% of N.H. home sales were for cash in June

CoreLogic data shows continuing downward trend in cash deals

Nominations sought for 19th Construction Ethics Award

Deadline for submissions is Dec. 2
People and Property: N.H. Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: N.H. Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Fulcrum’s health care addition, Goffstown building sold … and more
A mixed bag for GTAT in Apple’s big announcement

A mixed bag for GTAT in Apple’s big announcement

Apple Watch will have a sapphire screen, but new iPhone won’t
C&S to acquire White Rose, corporate parent

C&S to acquire White Rose, corporate parent

Nation’s largest wholesale food distributor about to get larger
How to begin redistributing quality of life

How to begin redistributing quality of life

2014 N.H. Nonprofit Summit puts the focus on communities’ possibilities, not inadequacies
N.H. Electric Co-Op CEO announces retirement

N.H. Electric Co-Op CEO announces retirement

Fred Anderson to end 34-year career with utility in spring
10 N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in August

10 N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in August

Total filings set a 25-year low for the month
Wisconsin company acquires N.H.’s Concepts in Benefits

Wisconsin company acquires N.H.’s Concepts in Benefits

Bedford third-party benefits servicer becomes part of much larger competitor
Governor creates commission to tackle workers’ comp costs

Governor creates commission to tackle workers’ comp costs

Panel will look for ways to reduce medical expenses
ProPhotonix reports a smaller loss in first half

ProPhotonix reports a smaller loss in first half

Sales, at $8.3 million, up 13 percent from 2013
New Hampshire STEPs up export effort

New Hampshire STEPs up export effort

State wins $159k federal grant to boost international trade
2014 N.H. Energy Summit scheduled in Concord

2014 N.H. Energy Summit scheduled in Concord

Infrastructure, gas-electric issue focus of event
Manchester-Nashua July home prices rise 2.1% from 2013

Manchester-Nashua July home prices rise 2.1% from 2013

Figure includes 0.6% increase from June
Work begins on $32m Plymouth State facility

Work begins on $32m Plymouth State facility

Harvey Construction, Rist-Frost, Sasaki leading project
Rochester, Waterstone ink Granite Ridge Marketplace deal

Rochester, Waterstone ink Granite Ridge Marketplace deal

Project to be built in newly formed TIF district
N.H. firm launches online lumber purchasing platform

N.H. firm launches online lumber purchasing platform

Woodbrowser aims to offer ‘more efficient’ buying process

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Sea Dog Brew Pub’s N. Conway location, Farrelly gets regional SIOR post … and more
Study: N.H.’s uninsured population drops by 22,000

Study: N.H.’s uninsured population drops by 22,000

Report finds shifting health insurance market in state
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