August-17 2018

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Corporate stress in the digital age

The consequences have a direct effect on the bottom line

A regional call to get to work

Working together, we can ensure that New England will have a future as a hub for technology, innovative entrepreneurship and career-ready graduates

Let’s re-examine solar energy policies

Total incentives can sometimes exceed a system’s total costs
Cartoon for the Week of August 17, 2018

Cartoon for the Week of August 17, 2018

Remembering John Olson

Remembering John Olson

He was a tireless, committed advocate for manufacturing

It’s time for targeted aid to NH schools

Some communities simply do not have the ability to raise funds the way their neighbors can

Conservatism needs a rebirth

It’s time for right-for-work for all

Financial advice’s shifting landscape

Financial advice’s shifting landscape

Independent wealth management firms gain ground
White supremacists target state’s diversity efforts

White supremacists target state’s diversity efforts

Manchester conference stirs ‘NH Nationalist’ threats
New biotech incubator sees Keene as a great spot for startups

New biotech incubator sees Keene as a great spot for startups

BiO NeSTe draws upon the area’s wealth of resources

The art of successful event planning

NH venues highlight key points to consider when organizing a gathering
‘Star Trek’ marketing lessons

‘Star Trek’ marketing lessons

Everything I needed to know about the subject I learned from watching the classic TV show
Q&A with nonprofit executive, writer and speaker Vu Le

Q&A with nonprofit executive, writer and speaker Vu Le

Nonprofits “really should concentrate on doing such a good job that we go out of business,” says Vu Le, executive director of Rainier Valley Corps and keynote speaker at the NH Center for Nonprofits upcoming Nonprofit Leadership Summit.
Harnessing the power of philanthropy

Harnessing the power of philanthropy

It can be a way to bring families together for a common moral purpose
NH experiences nearly 55 percent increase in robocalls in 2018

NH experiences nearly 55 percent increase in robocalls in 2018

The month of July saw a 15 percent jump alone
Small Business Cybersecurity Act awaits Trump’s signature

Small Business Cybersecurity Act awaits Trump’s signature

Bipartisan legislation aims to improve cybersecurity resources for small businesses
SNHU launches competitive esports program

SNHU launches competitive esports program

A team of 20 students will represent SNHU in local, regional and national competitions
Hey Alexa: How can you help my business?

Hey Alexa: How can you help my business?

There are a few ways voice-assist technology can be used in the workplace
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

CVS Health announces MinuteClinic Video Visits, Alpha Lofts to host lunch seminar on R&D tax credit ... and more
Connection income surges in second quarter

Connection income surges in second quarter

Tax cuts, laptop and smartphone sales fuel Merrimack-based tech firm’s results
CoreLogic: June home prices rise another 4.8 percent in New Hampshire

CoreLogic: June home prices rise another 4.8 percent in New Hampshire

Nationally, home prices increased by 6.8 percent
NHCIBOR names Martin 2018 Realtor of the Year

NHCIBOR names Martin 2018 Realtor of the Year

Colliers Realtor had over 50 commercial transactions in 2017
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

New hires at Harvey, Eckman … and more
Daughters take over leadership of W.S. Badger

Daughters take over leadership of W.S. Badger

Emily Schwerin-Whyte, Rebecca Hamilton to head NH-based personal care product company

Ruger second-quarter sales drop, but income rises

But decline in orders appears to be leveling off
Personal bankruptcies increase slightly in July

Personal bankruptcies increase slightly in July

152 filings results in 26 percent increase from June
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Indiana tissue company joins ARMI, Congresswoman Shea-Porter calls on NH to join states in preventing distribution of 3-D printed guns schematics ... and more
Claremont installs 151-kilowatt solar array

Claremont installs 151-kilowatt solar array

Project is part of energy strategy to save nearly $1 million
Hanover-based DoseOptics launches radiation beam imaging system

Hanover-based DoseOptics launches radiation beam imaging system

C-Dose provides real-time visualization of radiation delivery
Allegro MicroSystems expands production line with Taiwan manufacturer

Allegro MicroSystems expands production line with Taiwan manufacturer

Manchester-based manufacturer partners with global semiconductor foundry to fabricate chips for production
Brookstone files for bankruptcy

Brookstone files for bankruptcy

NH retailer will close 101 mall locations in response to drop in foot traffic
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

State Senator Kevin Avard to host tour of Nashua hydropower facility, EPA grants $140,000 to address asbestos in schools ... and more
Northern Border Regional Commission awards grants to 15 NH projects

Northern Border Regional Commission awards grants to 15 NH projects

State receives $2.8 million for economic development projects in four counties
NH’s construction unemployment rate remains unchanged in June

NH’s construction unemployment rate remains unchanged in June

Nationally, an increase of workers reentering the market sparks optimism for economic growth
Plymouth awarded $5.55 million for water and sewer infrastructure upgrades

Plymouth awarded $5.55 million for water and sewer infrastructure upgrades

More grants are expected to help with cost of $17.6 million project
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