Author: Michael McCord

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Amid growing optimism, staffing firms see more hiring among employers

Smuttynose founder Peter Egelston

Peter Egelston, founder of Smuttynose Brewing Company, has been overseeing construction of a new $22 million, LEED-certified facility in Hampton project that will allow the company to triple its beer production.

Q&A with Albany International CEO Joseph Morone

Joseph Morone is bullish on New Hampshire -- in fact, he's bet his company's future on it. Morone, the CEO and president of Albany International Corp., relocated the international company's headquarters to Rochester last year. With the French aerospace maker…

Q&A with House Speaker Terie Norelli

After a two-year hiatus, Democratic Rep. Terie Norelli of Portsmouth is back in the New Hampshire House's top leadership post following the state's third major wave election since 2006. Norelli assumed the speaker's chair from Republican William O'Brien, who succeeded…

N.H. attorney has a national impact

Scott O’Connell’s varied caseload includes representing N.H. hospitals in their suit over Medicaid payments and helping to work for the release of a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay

Q&A with Crotched Mountain CEO Don Shumway

By any measure, Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center in Greenfield has been one of the great New Hampshire success stories since its founding in 1953. Its creation was a model of civic collaboration between the state's business and medical communities. Their…

Q&A with Campaign finance reformer John Rauh

Given the reality of what has been the most money-saturated election season in American history, one would think that John Rauh, founder of Concord-based Americans for Campaign Reform, would be discouraged. If anything, Rauh -- who says he "profoundly disagreed"…