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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (September 5, 2014)

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'Healthy veto': proponents of anti-workplace bullying bill regroup. 332
10 ways to attract business investors: there are a number of hurdles to clear before a business is ready to take the step. Allsopp, Craig O. 778
7 tips for improving small business cash flow: some simple tips for small business cash management. 480
A record number of new exhibitors at this year's expo. Brief article 217
A social media primer for small businesses: here are a few tips for small businesses to consider when leveraging social media. Chiera, Frank 594
Agriculture Commissioner Lorraine Merrill. Proulx, Melissa Interview 656
Airports in New Hampshire. Directory 372
All you need to know about business schools in New Hampshire. Sanders, Bob 2305
Alternative energy suppliers. Directory 553
America Invents Act: the good news and bad news: the new law essentially means the old 'race to the Patent Office' is back with a vengeance. Loginov, Bill 757
Architectural firms. Directory 1739
Are students' cell phones private property? Levey, Rob 368
Banding together: N.Y. firm takes a bigger step into N.H. Internet market. Sanders, Bob Brief article 260
Banks & lenders with SBA loan guarantee agreements. Directory 608
Business incubators in New Hampshire. Directory 705
Business owners' unique investment considerations: a one-dimensional approach is very risky. Cohen, Daniel Column 732
Can crowdfunding work for your business? A look at the two--and soon to be three ways a company can raise money. Perkins, Rebecca 697
Carbon standards will fight pollution, add jobs: there are many benefits to be realized from federal guidelines for power plants. Coupe, Phil 797
Cash cuts: report finds big drop in N.H. worker comp payments. Sanders, Bob Brief article 219
Celebrating 26 years of business to business networking. Carelli, Joseph J. 401
Centrix Bank proud of growth and excited for merger with Eastern Bank: like-minded community bank's a natural fit. Company overview 458
Chambers of commerce. Directory 1144
College internship sources & fields. Directory 1396
Criteria used to determine independent contractor status: the potential civil penalties and damages are significant for erroneous employment status. Stevens, Charla Bizios 720
Demand shrinking for large commercial spaces. Norton, William 615
Do you have a SPiNO on your sales force? Hallenbeck, Kevin 730
Do you have what it takes to be a good leader? This checklist highlights the characteristics of effective and sustainable leadership. Lebo, Brad 766
Economic development agencies. Directory 589
Email marketing lessons from an email marketer: don't listen to the naysayers: email is more effective today than ever. Sink, Chuck Column 832
Employment services. Directory 2133
Engineering firms. Directory 2266
Estate planning for the small business owner: it's much more than planning for distribution of property. Cargill, Kenneth R. 641
Export-import bank has fans in N.H. Sanders, Bob 1644
Extreme networks reports FY '14 loss. Financial report 106
F&J tote board. 240
Fairpoint declares impasse; imposes contract. Brief article 122
Forum to explore future of health care in N.H. 260
Future imperfect: numbers remain spotty in future N.H. construction. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 279
Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce. Sink, Tim Brief article 108
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Skelton, Michael Brief article 129
Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce. Williams, Chris Brief article 105
Growing gains: Keene's Hannah Grimes Center seeks to expand. Sanders, Bob Brief article 251
Health insurers. Directory 264
Home economics: New Hampshire housing touts its impact. Brief article 165
Hometown hero. 109
How businesses can minimize litigation expenses. Burt, Gary 732
How state's new social media access law will work. Harris, James P. 733
How to prepare your business loan application: documentation needed for small business loan applications. 746
How to read your Google Analytics--compare it to your Tri-City Expo experience. 731
IRS guidance descends on qualified retirement plans and same-sex marriage. Silverman, Gregory L. 829
Jobs report. 202
Journalists' tips for getting press coverage: it's more than just sending a press release. Callahan, Kathleen Column 673
Local sensibilities, international capabilities. 424
Making dollars and sense in government contracting: selling to the federal government is a $2 billion business in New Hampshire. Pease, David 696
Making the numbers: 20 N.H. companies ranked in Inc. 5000. Rajala, Liisa 646
Manchester: foreclosure rates in Manchester-Nashua fell in June compared to a year earlier, according to property information and analytics firm CoreLogic. Brief article 110
Mark your calendar. Calendar 891
Market Basket walked the corporate culture walk. Smith, Stacey 713
Market Basket's not alone in bad management. Bourque, Ron 747
Marketing services. Directory 3343
Me and she. Brief article 101
Media outlets. Directory 1832
Meeting the needs of today's workforce: employers benefit from public-private employee training programs. Wellington, Chris 824
Meetings & conference facilities. Statistical table 8041
Million dollar deals. Table 1040
N.H. regional planning commissions. Directory 482
Navigating the complexities of valuing a business: choosing the wrong approach could dramatically impact your company. Conrad, William "Bill" 893
New Hampshire companies are going global--and yours can too. Kasim, Tina Statistical data 733
NHBR about town. 739
Pew Research Center asked 1,896 analysts and tech experts their thoughts on the impart of robotics and artificial intelligence on the workforce by 2025. Brief article 124
Plymouth: Plymouth State University President Sara Jayne Steen says she's planning to step down as president at the end of June 2015 after nine years at the post. Brief article 106
Printers and print services. Directory 1702
Punch line. Brief article 200
Regional young professionals networks. Directory 629
Second-act startups: a growing number of seniors are indulging their entrepreneurial spirit. Rich-Kern, Sheryl Interview 2028
Single-owner businesses and LLC formation: even if you have a single employee or other person that you work closely with, forming one to conduct your business is a smart idea. Cunningham, John 534
St Mary's: the people's bank. Company overview 223
Standex profits fall, buys Ohio company. Brief article 170
State laws that could impact your business: 2014 legislature was relatively business-friendly. Sanders, Bob Statistical data 2712
Tax-free income from your N.H. city or town. Cohen, Daniel 748
Telecommuting: a 'reasonable accommodation'? Casolaro, Nicholas F. 725
TFMoran launches new web site. Brief article 106
The Foley family's inspirational dignity. Cook, Brad In memoriam 780
The future of employment in an automated age. Ryan, Bill 654
The many benefits of chamber membership: building relationships with your local community can advance your business. Gagnon, Ken 614
The new world of owning a franchise: fast-growing service businesses often have lower startup fees, lower real estate costs. Blakford, Sam 462
The surety market and your bonding capacity. Jean, David V. 690
Top growing and declining jobs in N.H.: base year 2012 to projected year 2022. Statistical table 193
Top law firms in New Hampshire in 2014. Directory 1480
Trade groups and business associations. Directory 3162
Welcome to the new and improved 2015 NHBR Business Services Guide. Feingold, Jeff Editorial 175
What's in a registered trade name? Understand the process before choosing your company's moniker. Cadrette, Greg 380
Who's who in state government. 648
Why is Gov. Hassan bashing bipartisan tax reforms? Odell, Bob 744

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