New Hampshire Business Review - September-28 2018
Set to take effect on Jan. 1, it provides a new framework for determining payments
When it comes to mass casualty events, ‘an hour of assessment and anticipation is probably worth five days of recovery and recuperation,’ says Clark Dumont.
Beefing up meals and rooms tax distribution would ease local taxpayers’ burden
Understanding the challenges facing management
The short answer is, ‘it depends’
My predictions for the November elections
Do your managers recognize it when they see it?
Why hasn’t the state stepped up to address its massive child protection failures?
By many metrics, there are large differences between the more urban regions of New Hampshire, primarily in the southeastern part of the state, and less urban regions in the west and north. The southeast’s larger population centers, higher resident median…