September-7 2012

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Monadnock Paper blazes a fiber-based 'plastic' trail

Automatic federal budget cuts threaten N.H. health care jobs

Presstek merger details revealed in proxy

Next Disruptivate! to take on health care, education

Harwood named state's next bankruptcy judge

N.H. Energy Summit set for Oct. 22

Is there potential in N.H. offshore wind generation?

New report measures economic impact of arts in N.H.

N.H. sees demand for hunting licenses falling since 2002

CRDC to take part in $1m small-business lending pilot

New customers flock to N.H.'s Dyn after GoDaddy outage

New Hampshire customers of Web hosting behemoth GoDaddy may have been burned by its widespread service outage on Monday, but one Granite State company reaped some benefits from it

Monadnock: Feds didn't want TARP payback money

5 of 6 N.H. banks pay back TARP money, along with interest

For-profit colleges go under the microscope

When it comes to the state's primarily independent trade schools, for-profits generally cost less, though graduates still have a tougher time paying back their loans

Health forum panel to look at N.H. and ACA

SB 284 is only a little step

'No Labels' is democracy in action

At every level, it is a genuine movement composed of Democrats, Republicans and independents who are tired of gridlock and want government to work again

Let's stop overreaching land conservation

Balance is needed when it comes to preserving land in northern New Hampshire

Why universal care makes sense

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Should New Hampshire expand Medicaid?

Considering the multi-pronged benefits, the answer is most assuredly ‘yes’

Business owners, divorce and collaborative law

Resolution of disputes through this technique are often highly creative and durable
A friend and executive is put to the loyalty test

A friend and executive is put to the loyalty test

What do you do when you know about your friend’s upcoming layoff – and are obligated not to divulge the action?

Who are you including on your advisory board?

Can your business contract stand up in court?

Ambiguities, conflicting provisions and poorly phrased terms can limit or even extinguish valuable business rights

Selected shorts for the end of summer

Those who don’t vote should not complain about the results of the primaries

Food for thought on the obesity epidemic

Helping people stay healthy has to be more profitable than helping them into an early grave
It's the system that needs fixing

It's the system that needs fixing

A case in point: retroactive tariffs on Chinese solar panels
Q&A with 'Mommy' blogger/author Janet Frongillo

Q&A with 'Mommy' blogger/author Janet Frongillo

Deal reached on proceeds from pending USA Springs auction

Mass. photonics firm acquires JPSA

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