April-3 2015

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Auerbach to head Dental Society

The Crorys: model New Hampshire public servants

Elizabeth and Fred Crory represented what’s truly best about the Granite State
The secret to planning your retirement journey

The secret to planning your retirement journey

Modeling makes it possible to identify potential new strategies that can create more flexibility and balance

Thanks to all who helped veterans radiothon

Survey finds rising ‘misery index’ among doctors

Survey finds rising ‘misery index’ among doctors

Geneia study reports 87 percent say the ‘business and regulation of health care’ has changed the practice of medicine for the worse

When a good commentator writes a misleading column

Or, ‘why Shouldn’t Dartmouth and the Elliot Hospital pay their fair share?’
What do 2015 employment trends mean for you?

What do 2015 employment trends mean for you?

The real positive kicker in today’s market is that business services jobs are growing
How to ‘read’ your prospective customers’ minds

How to ‘read’ your prospective customers’ minds

How to create simple processes that allow you to follow prospects through their information-gathering and decision-making steps

How to know if you need a CFO

Bringing on a new senior manager is a high-stakes, time-consuming venture
Building a strong social foundation

Building a strong social foundation

Maintaining a positive work atmosphere takes precedence over environmental initiatives
Getting all call centers to work to your advantage

Getting all call centers to work to your advantage

Too many managers forget their customers are already upset when they call

Five ways to protect against bank account fraud

How to combat corporate account takeover
Q&A with N.H. Institute of Politics Executive Director Neil Levesque

Q&A with N.H. Institute of Politics Executive Director Neil Levesque

In addition to running the Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College, Neil Levesque is chair of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary Centennial Anniversary Commission.
Service Credit Union opens North Dakota branch

Service Credit Union opens North Dakota branch

Stop spinning yarns about N.H. tax cut proposals

Small businesses won't be helped, and neither will the state's competitiveness

It’s not hard to lose fan loyalty

‘Fair’ budgets are in the eye of the beholder

‘Fair’ budgets are in the eye of the beholder

It’s interesting to watch the budget-writing process – from a distance
Trade union

Trade union

Seacoast Food Swap taps into a desire for back-to-basics bartering
Can the ‘visionary’ Les Otten save The Balsams?

Can the ‘visionary’ Les Otten save The Balsams?

Cartoon for the Week of April 3

Cartoon for the Week of April 3

Survey says Dartmouth delivers best college value in N.H.

Survey says Dartmouth delivers best college value in N.H.

But national ranking puts Granite State schools near the bottom

Senate compromise seeks middle ground on Eversource divestiture costs

Under measure, all ratepayers would pay toward stranded costs
New Hampshire sets the pace for personal income growth in New England

New Hampshire sets the pace for personal income growth in New England

Granite Staters’ income grew by 4.5 percent in 2014 – 12th best in U.S.
Two sides face off today on workers’ compensation

Two sides face off today on workers’ compensation

N.H. Senate to vote on opposing plans to control rising medical costs
Entrepreneur of Year Award deadline extended

Entrepreneur of Year Award deadline extended

NH High Tech Council seeking nominations through April 8
New Hampshire lags behind in construction value survey

New Hampshire lags behind in construction value survey

ABC report finds industry still struggling after Great Recession
Uchida wins 19th Construction Industry Ethics Award

Uchida wins 19th Construction Industry Ethics Award

Hinckley Allen attorney called ‘the model for ethics among lawyers’
Construction begins on Goffe Mill Plaza

Construction begins on Goffe Mill Plaza

ProCon, TFMoran team up on Whole Foods-anchored development in Bedford
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Bow Highland Phase II completed, new Rockingham Motors in Salem … and more
N.H. employers face legal uncertainty over seasonal worker visas

N.H. employers face legal uncertainty over seasonal worker visas

Court order opens a window for H-2B visas, but it expires on April 15
Unitil execs get big compensation hikes

Unitil execs get big compensation hikes

Total package for five top officials rose 86% in 2014

Bankruptcy complicates bid by ex-Salem firm to recover debt

Co-owners of former United Training seeking $4.3 million for 2011 sale
Ayotte to provide briefing at BIA luncheon

Ayotte to provide briefing at BIA luncheon

Senator to give an update on Washington issues
N.H. Senate workers’ comp compromise gets mixed reviews

N.H. Senate workers’ comp compromise gets mixed reviews

Auto dealers help lead charge against Bradley’s attempt to find middle ground

Realtors, bankers at loggerheads over ‘kickback’ bill

Measure would allow referral fees for directing business to lenders
Portsmouth technology firm delivers for Domino’s

Portsmouth technology firm delivers for Domino’s

California-based owner of over 70 pizza shops picks Unified Office’s new VoIP package
Methuen Construction buys 170k-square-foot Plaistow property

Methuen Construction buys 170k-square-foot Plaistow property

Firm to move from Salem to 37-acre site
New Hampshire median home price climbs 10.3 percent

New Hampshire median home price climbs 10.3 percent

But sales rise only slightly, according to RE/MAX report
New Hampshire engineer wins national advocacy award

New Hampshire engineer wins national advocacy award

Darren Benoit named ASCE’s first Advocate of the Year
State building codes and clean power

State building codes and clean power

Organization unveils tool for including codes in states' EPA Clean Power Plans
Three-town ‘Vacant Spaces Tour’ set

Three-town ‘Vacant Spaces Tour’ set

Amherst, Milford, Wilton commercial/industrial space to be on display March 28
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Gilchrist Metal certified for Mass. bridge work, Bruss joins Better Future Alliance … and more

New Hampshire memorabilia company beats back class action bid

But plaintiff says he won’t give up in suit against RR Auction
New state director named at NH SBDC

New state director named at NH SBDC

Richard Grogan to succeed longtime agency chief Mary Collins
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