August-31 2018

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Are you asking the right questions about captives?

Are you asking the right questions about captives?

Large companies have been reaping the benefits of captives for years. Now organizations with anywhere from 50 employees to 1,000 or more are also taking advantage of them.
My summer book report

My summer book report

Cartoon for the Week of August 31, 2018

Cartoon for the Week of August 31, 2018

What to make of the Masterpiece Cakeshop case

U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of baker in same-sex wedding cake refusal leaves unanswered questions

Biomass project to bring a new energy era to UNH

The ‘inner game’ of leadership

The ‘inner game’ of leadership

Skills are important but personal qualities matter more

Why the energy vetoes must be overridden

On school funding, there’s hope for common ground

More public discussion about school funding and property taxes will advance public understanding of these vital issues

Human trafficking conference at Plymouth State

Supporting wood energy supports NH’s forests

Navigating New Hampshire’s confusing energy market

Brokers can help business owners minimize rising costs
The right way to build your A-Team

The right way to build your A-Team

Look for a search partner who is committed to understanding your business and culture
NH firms seek to make robots easier to use

NH firms seek to make robots easier to use

Waypoint CEO: Automation can help ease skills gap
Q&A with public health veteran Tim Soucy

Q&A with public health veteran Tim Soucy

Tim Soucy will become Catholic Medical Center’s director of community health and mission after working for 28 years in the Manchester Health Department, 12 of them as public health director.
The tale of Brookstone’s demise

The tale of Brookstone’s demise

Bankruptcy filing reveals mounting debt, failing mall stores
Entrepreneurial spirit drives Topstone Barber Company

Entrepreneurial spirit drives Topstone Barber Company

Barbershop attracts customer base yearning for a bygone era

Balsams loan guarantee application withdrawn from BFA

Disagreement over requirements led to decision
Avoiding corrupt practices abroad

Avoiding corrupt practices abroad

When doing business internationally, compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is essential
Our biomass policy subsidizes clear-cuts

Our biomass policy subsidizes clear-cuts

It’s rewarding the chipping and burning of our future sawlogs and condemning Coos County to further poverty
Unsecured creditors, trustee fault Brookstone bankruptcy plan

Unsecured creditors, trustee fault Brookstone bankruptcy plan

$30 million loan, executive bonuses among the targets
Sears to close Salem, Manchester stores

Sears to close Salem, Manchester stores

Rockingham Park, Mall of New Hampshire stores to be shuttered by November
With taxes, New Hampshire residential closing costs can sting

With taxes, New Hampshire residential closing costs can sting

State has 15th highest average in nation, but ninth lowest with taxes factored out
Hillsborough County luxury home prices rose 30 percent in July

Hillsborough County luxury home prices rose 30 percent in July

Coldwell Banker report sees area as ‘increasingly desirable luxury housing market’
New hotel underway in Keene

New hotel underway in Keene

Hampton Inn & Suites being built on site of failed project
NH’s office, industrial markets gaining strength

NH’s office, industrial markets gaining strength

Manufacturing expansion, growing labor force shrinks inventory
Worker comp premium reduction expected for 2019 in New Hampshire

Worker comp premium reduction expected for 2019 in New Hampshire

Recommendation for further cut would be seventh consecutive decreases
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Flying car company leases space at Nashua Airport, Tuff Sheds buys Portsmouth rival … and more
‘Women’s Rights’ survey gives New Hampshire poor grades

‘Women’s Rights’ survey gives New Hampshire poor grades

State ranks near bottom in income gap, minimum wage job disparity
The need remains for Northern Pass

The need remains for Northern Pass

We need additional sources of power soon, and from a broader base of diversified resources
Autodesk exec to headline Sept. 12 TechWomen Power Breakfast

Autodesk exec to headline Sept. 12 TechWomen Power Breakfast

Sarah Hodges will speak about improved industry solutions

Why the governor’s energy vetoes must be overridden

His actions on SB 446 and SB 365 were simply wrong on the merits and wrong on the facts
Citizens Count releases 2018 Voter Guide app

Citizens Count releases 2018 Voter Guide app

App presents nonpartisan information on candidates ahead of Sept. 11th primary
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Allegro MircroSystems opens R&D center in Prague, Akumina’s digital software platform gains a major client ... and more
S Corp. shareholders take note

S Corp. shareholders take note

New tax law contains some pitfalls that should require switching your tax regimen
Cranmore, two other New England ski resorts cited for child labor violations

Cranmore, two other New England ski resorts cited for child labor violations

‘Extensive corrective measures’ agreed to after federal investigation
Need copy? Here are six reasons to hire a pro

Need copy? Here are six reasons to hire a pro

Professional writers are essential if your business depends on effective communication through the written word
The 3 elements of sales meetings

The 3 elements of sales meetings

Understanding the challenges facing management
Bottomline voices optimism on continued growth

Bottomline voices optimism on continued growth

Portsmouth-based financial services firm reports big jump in income for the quarter and year
21 New Hampshire firms named to Inc. 5000 list

21 New Hampshire firms named to Inc. 5000 list

Companies ranked for fastest three-year growth
58 student housing units sell for $9.5 million in Durham

58 student housing units sell for $9.5 million in Durham

CBRE|Portsmouth facilitates quick sale
Revision Military breaks ground at Pease

Revision Military breaks ground at Pease

Montreal-based firm readies U.S. headquarters in Portsmouth
Net-zero multifamily project underway in West Lebanon

Net-zero multifamily project underway in West Lebanon

Twin Pines Housing Trust begins work on affordable housing complex
UNH breaks ground on new soccer-lacrosse facility

UNH breaks ground on new soccer-lacrosse facility

Privately funded project to be used by university, community
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

BIA endorses Granite Bridge, multimillion-dollar Volvo Cars of Exeter expansion … and more
New Hampshire home prices continue to rise

New Hampshire home prices continue to rise

Median price hits $298,850 in July
Net metering veto override is vitally important for municipalities

Net metering veto override is vitally important for municipalities

IIt can be a key tool for communities like Franklin
Planet Fitness reports a very healthy 2nd quarter

Planet Fitness reports a very healthy 2nd quarter

Gym franchise sees membership rise to $12.1m; 3 new NH corporate outlets planned

Override the governor's biomass vetoes

The governor was right to veto SB 365

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