New Hampshire Business Review - January 27 2012

USA Springs deal faces evaporation

Even though an attorney for the potential Swiss financial backers of USA Springs told creditors on Thursday that they could still bail out the company and pay off creditors with a $60 million loan, nobody in the bankruptcy court in…

New law shreds public education

On Jan. 4, the New Hampshire Legislature passed House Bill 542, a bill that took effect immediately and grants parents unprecedented powers to direct the education of their child in public schools.Specifically, the new law - sponsored by Rep. J.R.…

N.H. should prosecute the fake voters

Conservative and ethically challenged activist James O'Keefe is back in the news, once again, manufacturing edited videos to make a case he can't produce with existing facts.On New Hampshire's primary day, O'Keefe and crew committed voter fraud at polling locations…

Flotsam & Jetsam

Map questSo this is the thanks Executive Councilor Dan St. Hilaire gets.The first-termer from Concord -- most famous, at least in some quarters, for being the deciding vote on cutting off state contracts with Planned Parenthood of Northern New England…

The limitless opportunities of marketing online

Today's nimble small business owner has a special advantage. Thanks to the Internet, entrepreneurs have a unique ability to learn new ideas and immediately apply them to their companies. Here are four Internet trends that small businesses can leverage to…