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Flotsam & Jetsam

Working the crowd You may have had to see it to believe it, but the audience at the Business & Industry Association of New Hampshire annual meeting Oct. 20 was brought to its feet after one of the speakers proclaimed…

Tyco rulings

A U.S. District Court judge in Concord has allowed a shareholder class-action lawsuit against Tyco International Ltd. to continue, but he has struck down a related shareholder derivative suit that sought damages on behalf of Tyco. Judge Paul Barbadoro’s rulings…

UNH named a top entrepreneurial school

The University of New Hampshire has been named one of the Top 25 Most Entrepreneurial Colleges by The Princeton Review and Forbes.com, ranking 10th in the nation. The two organizations released their Top 25 picks this morning. According to The…

RE/CON Briefs

A Pike steps down at Pike Industries Effective Jan. 1, Randolph K. Pike, current president and CEO of Belmont-based Pike Industries, will be stepping down from his post, to be succeeded by Christian Zimmerman, an 18-year employee of the firm.…

Pfundstein Report:

In response to the economic disruption caused by the September 11th terrorist attacks, Congress created a “temporary” federal program of backstop insurance for certain terrorism risks. The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 (TRIA) was signed by President Bush on…

Agenda for Growth

Many of the state’s most respected experts on such topics as venture capital, angel financing, near equity financing and business valuation, among other topics related to the planning, growing and financing of a business, will be featured at the first…

Constitutional Amendment Arguments:

In the torrent of political advertising and media coverage I don't want us to lose sight of an important issue: Besides choosing a president and other federal and state officials in the upcoming election, New Hampshire voters will also be…