December-7 2018

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Yes, gun violence is in doctors’ ‘lane’

The NRA is wrong to dismiss physicians’ concerns over the effects of firearms

People with disabilities are eager to work

Companies should tap into this overlooked segment of the workforce

Science-based PFAS regulations are required

The process of setting acceptable standards should not be driven by emotion
Change is on the way to Concord

Change is on the way to Concord

In 2018, the wave in New Hampshire was blue
End-of-year family giving ideas

End-of-year family giving ideas

Some ideas to start or bolster your own tradition of philanthropy
Coaching sales all-stars

Coaching sales all-stars

How to help salespeople achieve new levels of success
The remarkable ascent of NH

The remarkable ascent of NH

How we grew to become the ‘Best State for Opportunity’
Why create a new disaster by reacting to this one?

Why create a new disaster by reacting to this one?

Lessons from the Columbia Gas explosions

NH’s energy future is not a partisan issue

We must continue making progress to transform our needs, regardless of the party in power
Q&A with NH Legal Assistance attorney Elliot Berry

Q&A with NH Legal Assistance attorney Elliot Berry

‘I don’t think anything is more fundamental than housing,’ says Elliot Berry, a longtime NH Legal Assistance attorney and director of its Housing Justice Project.
Cartoon for the Week of December 7, 2018

Cartoon for the Week of December 7, 2018

National Field Representatives’ Claremont Office

National Field Representatives’ Claremont Office

From concept to construction, SMP Architecture fused NFR’s operational requirements with design and implementation in creating their new corporate headquarters.
School reform initiative finds national inspiration

School reform initiative finds national inspiration

Manchester Proud effort gives Queen City a chance to shine
The shifting nature of non-competes

The shifting nature of non-competes

Employee agreements gain scrutiny of lawmakers
Tale of a 19th century pharma giant

Tale of a 19th century pharma giant

Pharmaceutical manufacturing firm Parker J. Noyes founded in 1868 is still very much alive today

Pappas, Kuster to appear at NHCUC Forum on the Future

Event will feature discussion of college-business connections
Why New Hampshire needs a new Secretary of State

Why New Hampshire needs a new Secretary of State

Bill Gardner’s record on election administration, transparency and business services leaves much to be desired
St. Anselm panel explores the ethics of board diversity

St. Anselm panel explores the ethics of board diversity

Leading governance experts to discuss what it means to nonprofit and for-profit boardrooms
Our energy future is not a partisan issue

Our energy future is not a partisan issue

Politics aside, business owners and community leaders want to explore alternative energy solutions
Cisco’s chief security officer to speak at Dec. 12 TechWomen breakfast

Cisco’s chief security officer to speak at Dec. 12 TechWomen breakfast

Edna Conway wraps up final Power Breakfast of 2018 with a discussion around security in the digital world
Cybersecurity compliance workshop slated for Dec. 20

Cybersecurity compliance workshop slated for Dec. 20

Event is for manufacturers that contract or subcontract with DOD
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

New York asset management firm acquires Manchester company, Rapid Insight appoints new CEO ... and more
NHDES unveils second draft of wetlands rules

NHDES unveils second draft of wetlands rules

Seven hearings set for December on regulations overhaul
Report: Housing affordability still plaguing New Hampshire

Report: Housing affordability still plaguing New Hampshire

NH Housing Finance Authority analysis shows pressures continue on renters, buyers
Online tool seeks to help NH homeowners assess their property tax bill

Online tool seeks to help NH homeowners assess their property tax bill

Goal of RETaxRefund.com is ‘to be sure people are only paying their fair share’
Fulcrum finishes LYMO HQ in Londonderry

Fulcrum finishes LYMO HQ in Londonderry

Building exceeds LEED Platinum criteria, says firm
People and Property:  NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Deadline nears for Construction Industry Ethics Award nominations, Rowland wins APLD certification … and more
Four top Oracle execs’ total compensation tops $400 million

Four top Oracle execs’ total compensation tops $400 million

46% of shareholders express disapproval in say-on-pay vote

BIA readies 2018 NH Energy Symposium

Event will explore range of Granite State energy issues
16 teams to compete for $50,000 in prizes in UNH Social Venture Challenge

16 teams to compete for $50,000 in prizes in UNH Social Venture Challenge

Marina Kim to be honored as Social Innovator of the Year
N.Y. firm invests in further ConvenientMD expansion

N.Y. firm invests in further ConvenientMD expansion

Urgent care chain plans four more openings through 2018, more in 2019
Analysis: New Hampshire construction employment grew by 10.3 percent in October

Analysis: New Hampshire construction employment grew by 10.3 percent in October

AGC report shows state gained 2,800 industry jobs from 2017
Homebuilder confidence falls in NAHB survey

Homebuilder confidence falls in NAHB survey

Affordability, interest rates fuel biggest drop in Housing Market Index since 2014
Nature Conservancy wins federal grant for tidal crossings project

Nature Conservancy wins federal grant for tidal crossings project

Effort seen to combat effects of climate change on Seacoast
People and Property:  NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Sanborn, Head expands to Colorado … and more
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