New Hampshire Business Review - June 18 2010

NHBR About Town

Members of Concord Hospital Associates were recently honored for their volunteer work on behalf of Concord Hospital’s Family Health Centers in Concord and Hillsboro-Deering. Shown accepting the award at the hospital’s ‘Destination Paradise’ theme benefit is Jayne Millerick, president of…

NHBR About Town

Jennifer Boyer, keynote speaker at the Women’s Business Center celebration, left, and Christine Davis, the WBC’s executive director.Click here for more photos from recent events around the Granite State.Submit items for About Town to editor@nhbr.com. Please include a color photo…

Q&A with: Gary Lindner, DMD

So a geneticist walks into the patient’s room…and leaves a dentist.Less a humorous story than it is a heartwarming one, it is also a true one for Gary Lindner, dentist and founder of Lindner Dental Associates of Bedford.His initial interests…

Retirees thrown under health reform bus

To the editor:Those in our community still among the fortunate 18.5 million American retirees receiving employer-provided health-care coverage are split into two groups:• 14.3 million are Medicare-eligible, receiving employer-provided health care as supplemental insurance. According to the Congressional Budget Office,…

Mid-Year Review: Aftermath of a storm

John Sutton, sales director at Dartware Inc., a West Lebanon-based developer of network monitoring software, trotted the globe over the last a few years — and it’s a good thing he did. While the Great Recession slowed the company’s domestic…

Assessing Nashua’s business climate

NHBR’s editors recently met with businesspeople from around Nashua to get their take on how the area’s economy is faring and what their expectations are for the future.The participants were: • Karen Cooper, executive director of development and marketing, Rivier…

Warnings realized in RGGI budget raid

The Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire was not surprised that the Legislature in a June 9 special session took $3.1 million in Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative funds to help balance the state budget.“We warned everybody two years ago…

Budget passage leaves questions deferred

On June 9, in a special session, the New Hampshire Legislature completed an unusually complex budget-fixing process by passing a $295 million budget-balancing plan worked out by the Democratic leadership and Gov. John Lynch — the last chapter in an…