September-14 2018

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Q&A with Forest Society president Jane Difley

Q&A with Forest Society president Jane Difley

New Hampshire’s forests are of ‘huge’ importance to the state’s economy, says Jane Difley, president and forester of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.
The anatomy of great questions

The anatomy of great questions

Just as eyes are considered the window to the soul, questions are the window to positive communication
The imperative of reputation

The imperative of reputation

Organizational character is a competitive advantage in a full-employment environment

Why NH needs fair chance hiring

Granite Staters with a criminal record are eager and available, but often kept from working
Changing jobs? 4 tips to keep your finances on track

Changing jobs? 4 tips to keep your finances on track

Are you a winner or loser?

Are you a winner or loser?

Blame has no place in a winning strategy
The McCain funeral: was it an end or a beginning?

The McCain funeral: was it an end or a beginning?

The comparison between McCain and the present occupant of the White House was palpable
The new on-demand culture

The new on-demand culture

People are embracing a more flexible lifestyle that values options over ownership

The need remains for Northern Pass

We need additional sources of power soon, and from a broader base of diversified resources

We must act now to protect Atlantic herring

It would support fishing, whale watching and keep our ocean ecosystem thriving
Badger’s approach to employee recovery

Badger’s approach to employee recovery

Those aching backs are stealing your profits

Those aching backs are stealing your profits

Companies that don’t prioritize ergonomics are at a significantly higher risk of accidents and injuries
Lessons learned on the Pease ‘boss lift’

Lessons learned on the Pease ‘boss lift’

The benefits of providing jobs to reservists and military retirees are not just for those hired, but the employer as well
Saint Anselm College’s Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex

Saint Anselm College’s Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex

Eckman Construction took a vision and transformed it into a community and intellectual meeting space for future generations of Saint Anselm students to enjoy.

State’s population growth all depends on migration

Non-native residents have long fueled New Hampshire’s economy
Persuasive communicator Manasi Kakade to head TechWomen Power Breakfast

Persuasive communicator Manasi Kakade to head TechWomen Power Breakfast

Oct. 10 breakfast will teach attendees how to improve communication skills
NH gun industry comes under fire

NH gun industry comes under fire

Even the smallest firearms manufacturers face the same headwinds largest companies do
Aerospace and defense consortium steps up trade efforts

Aerospace and defense consortium steps up trade efforts

NHADEC makes inroads to European markets through Irish Defense Forces, Farnborough Aerospace Consortium
Ayotte presentation to be featured at 2018 NH Energy Summit

Ayotte presentation to be featured at 2018 NH Energy Summit

Event will look at national, regional trends, developments affecting New Hampshire
International Association of Privacy Professionals CEO to head UNH forum

International Association of Privacy Professionals CEO to head UNH forum

Digital privacy expert Trevor Hughes will speak in Durham on Sept. 13
Authority on the economic impact of broadband to speak at Keene summit

Authority on the economic impact of broadband to speak at Keene summit

Purdue University’s Roberto Gallardo will discuss how ultra-fast internet connectivity is essential for rural communities
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Eversource launches drones to inspect electric lines, TEDxPortsmouth gears up for Friday ... and more

CMC, ClearChoiceMD team up in urgent care venture

Jointly owned facilities planned in Hooksett, Goffstown
Brookstone sends WARN notices to salaried employees

Brookstone sends WARN notices to salaried employees

Bankrupt company says it’s ‘business as usual,’ but future of firm is unclear
Downtown zoning changes eyed in Durham

Downtown zoning changes eyed in Durham

Town seeks more investment, development sought
Airbnb bookings in New Hampshire soared over 50 percent this summer

Airbnb bookings in New Hampshire soared over 50 percent this summer

113,440 guests stayed at 2,800 sites
Ground broken for RiverWoods Durham

Ground broken for RiverWoods Durham

Nonprofit retirement community to open in late 2019
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Weeks Medical Center begins $13m construction in Lancaster … and more
Easterseals NH absorbs The Homemakers

Easterseals NH absorbs The Homemakers

In merger, organization’s home care services will fall under Manchester-based nonprofit’s umbrella
Push to bolster Manchester schools exceeds expectations, organizers say

Push to bolster Manchester schools exceeds expectations, organizers say

Business community plays key role in Manchester Proud coalition
BAE’s hybrid bus systems gain traction in municipalities

BAE’s hybrid bus systems gain traction in municipalities

Technology seen as a pathway toward zero-emissions goals
Businesses need energy facts and flexibility

Businesses need energy facts and flexibility

Energy costs continue to rise not because of renewables but from the replacement of old infrastructure
Applicants sought for 7th Annual Flatley Challenge

Applicants sought for 7th Annual Flatley Challenge

Deadline for startup competition is Oct. 31
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

NHADEC announces export financing at members meeting, Dean Bartles accepts position with National Tooling and Machining Association ... and more
National Drive Electric Week promotes benefits of EVs

National Drive Electric Week promotes benefits of EVs

Six events will take place across New Hampshire
Second firm seeks to be stalking horse bidder in Brookstone bankruptcy

Second firm seeks to be stalking horse bidder in Brookstone bankruptcy

New offer is $5 million higher for remainder of New Hampshire-based retailer
Not so crazy talk: net-zero energy buildings

Not so crazy talk: net-zero energy buildings

Yes, they do exist – even in New Hampshire
Buyers’ market seen building in 2020

Buyers’ market seen building in 2020

Survey of economists sees shift starting as early as 2019
Mascoma provides $18.4 million support for downtown Concord projects

Mascoma provides $18.4 million support for downtown Concord projects

Concord Theatre, Granite Center get New Markets Tax Credit allocations
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Procon begins headquarters expansion, Coldwell Banker Lifestyles opens Concord office … and more

First bidder emerges in Brookstone bankruptcy

Reviver of troubled brands offers $35 million for remainder of retailer
Ask your potential IT provider these six questions

Ask your potential IT provider these six questions

It’s important to do your homework on a company before hiring them
Portsmouth firm sees growth in managing smart cities’ networks

Portsmouth firm sees growth in managing smart cities’ networks

Acquisition by Kontron complements Inocybe’s business model
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Orion Entrance Control launches new DoorGuard system, Granite State Code Camp seeks support ... and more
Cyborg Labs launches voice-activated fitness app

Cyborg Labs launches voice-activated fitness app

Concord-based startup thinks NH leaders must court VCs
iCAD foresees revenue uptick with 3-D mammography

iCAD foresees revenue uptick with 3-D mammography

But Nashua-based cancer provider reports another quarterly loss
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