New Hampshire Business Review - April 8 2011

Women's Summit adjusts without Jane Fonda

The removal of Jane Fonda as keynote speaker for the New Hampshire Women's Leadership Summit has officials scrambling to find a replacement.Fonda, the Academy Award-winning actress and activist, was originally scheduled to deliver the keynote at the fourth-annual summit, but…

Another state budget curiosity

Buried in the guts of House Bill 2, the budget "trailer" bill that implements the substantive changes that have to be made in order to meet the provisions of the spending plan (or cutting plan) are provisions that eliminate the…

Top iCAD exec compensation: $1.7m

Almost a third of the $6.2 million Nashua-based iCAD Inc. lost last year went to executives and board members, and its top three executives will be getting a raise in their base salary, along with more equity awards this year,…

Wake up, New Hampshire business leaders

Our state's technology and manufacturing-based economy was strong enough to weather the national recession, but can it really withstand the foolhardiness of the New Hampshire Legislature?After Gov. John Lynch proposed a downright conservative budget that would have made yesterday's Republicans…

House budget delivers on our promise

The House has produced a balanced budget that keeps our faith with voters who demanded an end to big government when they elected Republicans last fall. This budget lives up to our commitment of making government operate within its means,…