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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (February 20, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
A tale of two houses. Brief article 109
Apple turning Ariz. facility into data center. Brief article 130
Bottomline: 'outlook has never been better'. Financial report 179
Building tomorrow's workforce talent today: if you want to create a long-lasting company, you must think about the future. Rafieymehr, Ali 785
Cap in hand: N.H.'s Section 179 deduction limit called 'woefully behind other states'. Sanders, Bob 352
Consumers need help with complex energy market: HB 345 seeks to make sure the rules are fair, transparent and equal to all who participate. Rogers, Katherine; Baldasaro, Al; Cushing, Robert 605
Des weighs changes to contaminated site rules. Preston, Lynn J.; Lucic, Robert 567
Down for the count: N.H. bankruptcy filings reach 25-year low in January. Brief article 280
Education is necessary for all of our children. Gile, Mary; Boehm, Ralph 576
EEOC renews focus on pregnancy discrimination. Stevens, Charla Bizios 699
Everyone loves Chris? Brief article 304
F&J tote board. 147
Five common business tenant mistakes. Scanlon, Dan 562
Getting a handle on energy costs. McCord, Michael 449
Holyoke, Mass.: ISO New England, the overseer of the New England energy market, has chosen to follow through with the alternate current transmission line upgrades proposed by Eversource and National Grid. Brief article 115
Leave a trail that clients can follow to your door. Albano-Davis, Melissa 829
Let's not forget New Hampshire's injured workers. Manning, Maureen Raiche 461
Mark your calendar. Calendar 883
Men at work: the Rumney Sawmill. Tokos, Cynthia 435
Million dollar deals. Table 1207
N.H. joins national online reciprocity pact. 487
N.H. Medicaid expansion hurts the disabled, poor. Moore, Greg 605
Organizations have nothing to fear but fear itself. King, Gerri Editorial 699
Out of the money: New Hampshire loses out on billion-dollar S&P settlement. Rajala, Liisa 437
Outstanding Women in Business 2015. 366
Outstanding Women in Business 2015. Interview 3912
PC Connection reports a healthy 2014. Financial report 200
Q&A: casting director John Campanello. Morin, Mike Interview 525
Tax break quartet: four business tax proposals get Senate hearing. Sanders, Bob 570
The powerful impact of two exceptional mentors. Sedoric, Tom Editorial 797
The secret to planning a successful retirement. Guyton, Joseph H. 555
Three firms honored for their Just One Thing. Brief article 173
Traveling? The last number you call may be in Salem: On Call International insures more than 18 million business travelers each year. Hall, Beth Lamontagne 1284
When a good legislator sponsors bad legislation. Cook, Brad 789
Wholesale electricity costs won't stay low forever: it's clear we need to expand natural gas pipeline capacity and import large-scale hydroelectricity from Canada. Brown, Marc 560
Will N.H. really benefit from major energy projects? It's still unclear whether Northern Pass or Kinder Morgan pipeline will help ratepayers. Sanders, Bob 2077

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