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Signs of economic life in New Hampshire

N.H. is not quite back to normal, but for the first time in years, all signs are pointing in a positive direction
December 26, 2013

Is the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) a flop?

Confusion reigns when it comes to online health insurance marketplace, tax credit for small businesses
December 13, 2013

Along with skills training, HR group’s program gives female inmates hope for ‘the real world’

Not only are female inmates being left out of vocational training, but women’s incarcerations tend to have a greater ripple effect on the larger society and economy than men’s
October 18, 2013

Thanks to turkey pot pies, N.H. company becomes national brand

How a turkey pot pie recipe gave Blake’s All Natural Foods of Concord an entry into the national marketplace
September 20, 2013

Small N.H. movie theaters turn to Kickstarter to ‘go digital’

The crowdfunding route is one that many New Hampshire theater owners are eyeing as they scramble to come up with the funds to buy digital projectors
August 23, 2013

Fate of N.H. Patch sites up in the air

AOL hasn’t announced whether any of the underperforming sites include any of the dozen in New Hampshire
August 9, 2013

Reaching out to the next generation of manufacturing workers

Social media is seen as a key tool in getting the word out about career opportunities
August 9, 2013

N.H. Humanities Council fears proposed deep federal cuts

Just under 50 percent of the New Hampshire Humanities Council’s roughly $1 million budget comes from the National Endowment for the Humanities
July 31, 2013

For first half of 2013, future construction down 30 percent from last year

But June totals outpaced the same month last year by nearly 40 percent
July 30, 2013

Questions raised about $7m Tyco settlement spending

Length and transparency of the decision-making process and how the money will be used are called into question
July 26, 2013

Broadband health care network makes strides in New Hampshire

July 12, 2013

At public firms, average N.H. CEO’s pay has gone up 64 percent since 2008

The average CEO earned $2.7 million last year
June 14, 2013

Women and leadership: more work needs to be done, especially in N.H.

New Hampshire lags behind other states in the number of female executives and board members, as well as in the number of women-owned businesses
May 31, 2013

N.H. already has slot machines –- and lots of them

As the Legislature debates whether to allow a “high-end” casino, New Hampshire residents have been playing slot machines all along
May 17, 2013

Ten years after NH's Old Man of the Mountain

Region’s businesses still picking up the pieces a decade after the Old Man Of The Mountain fell
May 3, 2013
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