January-23 2015

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AIANH Awards winners honored

AIANH Awards winners honored

Selected from 28 submissions, the nine projects were honored for their excellence in overall design, including aesthetics, clarity, creativity, appropriate functionality, sustainability, building performance, and appropriateness with regard to fulfilling the client’s program.
Kim Zachos’ complete, and very significant, life

Kim Zachos’ complete, and very significant, life

He excelled in all areas in which he was involved
Five employment law topics on the radar in 2015

Five employment law topics on the radar in 2015

State changes include Paycheck Fairness Act and employee social media accounts
Thinking differently and leading differently

Thinking differently and leading differently

Four cornerstones that can define your leadership philosophy, identity and brand
Winter weather and New Hampshire wage laws

Winter weather and New Hampshire wage laws

What employers can do when employees aren’t needed at work
The penny-wise, pound foolish strategy of denial

The penny-wise, pound foolish strategy of denial

From climate change to financial security, self-deception is a very human trait
Seeking a job change? Be careful what you wish for

Seeking a job change? Be careful what you wish for

Focus on the reality of why you want to leave your current position
LFDA members: Bring cursive back to schools

LFDA members: Bring cursive back to schools

And memorization of multiplication tables to boot

Republicans’ legislative priorities for 2015

We are committed to improving our state’s business climate

Why is Washington protecting the mega-donors?

To revive healthy political debate, bring choice back to voters and address our nation’s challenges before they bury us

SBA wants to jump-start millennial entrepreneurs

The agency wants to help them start, grow and succeed as small business owners

Populism can fire up a powerful new coalition

More of the same old is not going to inspire angry voters in 2016
Q&A with international development expert Tina Hager

Q&A with international development expert Tina Hager

‘Each country has its own set of cultural rules and you need to respect and adhere to that. In order to work in countries you need to have a good knowledge of the culture, and that’s what we’re really good at,’ says Tina Hager of Lyndeborough-based Emissary Transition Group.
New players widen the Granite State banking field

New players widen the Granite State banking field

More banks, and even a brand new one, mean greater offerings for customers
’15 session: A lot more of the same

’15 session: A lot more of the same

Yet each legislative session has some ideas added to the mix
Cartoon for the week of January 23

Cartoon for the week of January 23

Would BPT, BET reductions help the state’s economy?

Would BPT, BET reductions help the state’s economy?

N.H. Senate panel weighs business tax cuts
Bauer parent has high hopes for retail stores

Bauer parent has high hopes for retail stores

CEO calls planned outlets ‘transformative’ for firm
N.H. House panel drinks in labeling debate

N.H. House panel drinks in labeling debate

Bill would loosen rules on what can be shown on bottles
Steeplegate Mall loses another anchor

Steeplegate Mall loses another anchor

Old Navy announces it will close Concord store Jan. 25
‘Remarkable finish’ for 2014 Seacoast home sales

‘Remarkable finish’ for 2014 Seacoast home sales

Realtors report best 4th quarter in five years
Real Data Corp. assets acquired by Boston firm

Real Data Corp. assets acquired by Boston firm

Publisher of Banker & Tradesman buys Manchester data and information firm
Mixed-use project proposed in Dover

Mixed-use project proposed in Dover

More housing units, offices proposed for growing Dover Point Road
Goffstown shopping plaza sold for $5 million

Goffstown shopping plaza sold for $5 million

NAI Norwood to market former Shaw’s site
People and Property: N.H. Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: N.H. Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

LRCC building operator course set, North Branch win Laconia Fire Station project … and more
NHBR conference explores different aspects of diversity

NHBR conference explores different aspects of diversity

Keynote speaker, panelists stress the need for an inclusive workforce
Bottomline buys Israeli anti-fraud company

Bottomline buys Israeli anti-fraud company

$66 million deal expands Portsmouth firm’s service offerings
Nashua students win patent for app to help you find lost stuff

Nashua students win patent for app to help you find lost stuff

Their concept uses RFID tags to find misplaced household items
N.H.-based Bauer Hockey readies entry into retail

N.H.-based Bauer Hockey readies entry into retail

20,000-square-foot store will feature half-sized ice hockey rink
N.H. foreclosures dip to post-recession low

N.H. foreclosures dip to post-recession low

November 2014 figures lowest since 2007
N.H. fines North Country propane lender $500k

N.H. fines North Country propane lender $500k

Haverhill company charged with securities, banking violations
Bike Manchester launches 50/50 bicycle rack program

Bike Manchester launches 50/50 bicycle rack program

Feb. 28 deadline to apply for a bike rack near you
Shaheen, Ayotte team up on export promotion effort

Shaheen, Ayotte team up on export promotion effort

Bill would expand U.S. outreach efforts to small businesses
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