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Business Excellence Awards

These annual awards recognize the imagination, industriousness, innovation and achievements of business owners and operators in New Hampshire.

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Top Stories

Salem student loan collection firm caught in U.S. Department of Education ‘politics’

Company’s future at risk over DeVos ties to another company

Hassan seeks to boost career and technical ed centers

They’re ‘critical to New Hampshire’s workforce and economy,’ says senator

Payments freeze muddies NH health insurance market

Rising premiums seen under ban on ACA insurer payments

Filings gain momentum in hernia mesh litigation

Number of plaintiffs now total 784 in class action over NH-based Atrium’s product

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Business Advice

What the Wayfair decision means for small business

Despite some efforts to fight the ruling, businesses will need to prepare for tax collection

Make us feel important

When it comes to how you treat customers, actions speak much louder than words

HSAs and healthcare expenses

In retirement, health savings accounts can offer tax-free savings and peace of mind

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Opinion

Mt. Sunapee lease sale is an opportunity to undo a wrong

A renegotiated agreement with Vail Resorts would uphold the original intent of the deal

Vets deserve our gratitude, and access to justice

Why it’s important to support the Campaign for Legal Services

Addressing the PFAS threat to drinking water

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People

Q&A with Alene Candles CEO Rod Harl

Alene Candles CEO Rod Harl talks to a group of employees on the production floor. He says his companywide introduction of Conscious Leadership techniques has enriched employees’ lives.

Q&A with Theatre for Life’s Genevieve Aichele

Genevieve Aichele, artistic director of the NH Theatre Project and founder of Theatre for Life, says traditional theatrical tools like improvisation, script analysis and role-playing can be used to help all sorts of individuals and organizations.

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