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Firm proposes ‘dramatic’ Medicaid restructuring

As part of its no-bid contract with the state, a large private firm has proposed that New Hampshire ask for a special waiver enabling it to slash spending through a “dramatic” restructuring of its Medicaid program. But at deadline the…

Learning about loyalty with Diane Durkin

Diane Durkin is possessed by a touch of revolutionary zeal. Founder and president of Loyalty Factor, a New Castle-based consulting and training company, Durkin believes communication is the key to transforming a moribund workplace into a dynamic launching pad for…

Firm proposes ‘dramatic’ Medicaid restructuring

As part of its no-bid contract with the state, a large private firm has proposed that New Hampshire ask for a special waiver enabling it to slash spending through a “dramatic” restructuring of its Medicaid program. But at deadline the…

Retired execs share their expertise with non-profits

A grass-roots volunteer organization that provides management services to non-profits has become a formal non-profit agency itself with the goal of helping even more organizations in northern New England. The Executive Service Corps of New Hampshire, which offers its services…

Mt. Sunapee condo plan: gold mine or giveaway?

Should the state -- literally and figuratively -- mortgage the use of Mt. Sunapee State Park, paving the way toward development in surrounding communities and financing resorts elsewhere in the country? Should the state take advantage of a unique private-public…

3 Enterasys execs face federal trial

Three former top executives of Enterasys Networks Inc. have pleaded not guilty and two more have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from what federal prosecutors describe as a $1.3 billion fraud against investors. The charges resulted from an investigation into…

Brady and Sullivan making their mark in southern N.H.

In 1992, when New Hampshire’s leading banks had been taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and newspapers were filled with foreclosure notices, most people looked at the real estate market and saw disaster. Shane Brady and Arthur Sullivan…