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Brief Overview of NHBR

The New Hampshire Business Review is the only statewide business newspaper in the Granite State. Established in 1978, the NHBR, published biweekly, has long been seen by readers and advertisers as the most respected source of business information, news, features…

Technology and Networking News

TECH/NET: Technology and Networking News That’s Vital to New Hampshire Businesses. From state-of-the-art electronics manufacturers to cutting-edge software developers, New Hampshire Business Review’s monthly Tech/Net section gives our readers unequaled coverage of the Granite State’s dynamic high-tech sector. With one…

NHBR covers the state

New Hampshire Business Review covers the entire state of New Hampshire — a state with a diversified, dynamic business and industrial climate. The fastest-growing state in the Northeast, New Hampshire has a population of nearly 1.2 million people. It is…

NHBR covers the state

New Hampshire Business Review covers the entire state of New Hampshire — a state with a diversified, dynamic business and industrial climate. The fastest-growing state in the Northeast, New Hampshire has a population of nearly 1.2 million people. It is…

Claremont finds itself on the cusp of revival

Three empty mill buildings sit in downtown Claremont like historical memorials to manufacturing eras long past, with links of community identity and economic vitality stretching back to the 1830s. Forget Lawrence and Lowell, says Mark Aldrich, Claremont’s economic development director…

PC Connection vows to revive fed contract

Saying there was no indication of intentional wrongdoing, Merrimack-based PC Connection predicts it will win back a $56 million federal contract canceled over possible sales by a subsidiary that may have resulted in “underpayment of fees” or sales of “unqualified…

VoIP growth gives regulators a new target

Regulators across the country are struggling to figure out what the emerging technology known as voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) might mean for consumers and the regulated phone industry. The Washington Post reports that cable companies are coming after telephone…

Making music with Kenneth Kiesler

Kenneth Kiesler is not yet a household name in New Hampshire, but he should be. Entering his second season as conductor and musical director of the New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra, he brings with him an impressive amount of experience, splitting…

VoIP growth gives regulators a new target

Regulators across the country are struggling to figure out what the emerging technology known as voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) might mean for consumers and the regulated phone industry. The Washington Post reports that cable companies are coming after telephone…

Making music with Kenneth Kiesler

Kenneth Kiesler is not yet a household name in New Hampshire, but he should be. Entering his second season as conductor and musical director of the New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra, he brings with him an impressive amount of experience, splitting…

Business is sweet for new chocolatiers

Have you ever walked into a business and said to yourself, “These guys have got it” -- with “it” being the undefinable sense of success? Swan Chocolates in Merrimack is one of those businesses. Great location, great retail display, outrageously…

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