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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (January 9, 2015)

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athenahealth product picked by health network. Brief article 167
Board rejects bad-faith claims against FairPoint. Brief article 189
Call for presenters: tech council's seeks firms for entrepreneurs forum. 285
Capitalizing on diversity's competitive advantage. 796
Compost entrepreneur Rian Bedard. McCord, Michael Interview 581
Concord: Mary Ellen Jackson, CEO of the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits since 2005, has announced she will be stepping down from the post later this spring to pursue what she said were new opportunities and projects that support the nonprofit sector. Brief article 101
Eastern Slope Inn looks at the big picture. Proulx, Melissa 328
Exit planning for the 'lifestyle' business owner. Stevenson, Paul B. 645
F & J Tote Board. Brief article 196
GTAT seeks ok for millions in exec bonuses. Brief article 104
Here's hoping for a civil and productive session. D'allesandro, Lou 488
It's time to fix our workers' compensation system. Gaudet, Dennis 658
Making diversity work: the business case for 'Making Diversity Work'. Brady, Loretta L.C.; Ratinoff, Eric 1693
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1231
MCHC wins national quality award. Brief article 277
Meeting the challenge: Infinio wins Flatley company competition. 335
Mistakes to avoid when planning for retirement. Cohen, Daniel 815
N.H. wins $2m to design new payment delivery model. 332
NHBR about town. 886
NHBR award will honor workplace excellence. 384
On the rail fence. Brief article 298
Pay for performance. Brief article 143
Recognizing and fostering inclusiveness. Brady, Loretta L.C.; Ratinoff, Eric 730
Riding the wave. Brief article 117
Smoke dream: New Portsmouth bar returns Federal Cigar to its glory days. Rajala, Liisa 865
Spiess named to Eastern Bank board. Brief article 102
Taxes, workers' comp at top of legislative agenda. Sanders, Bob 2481
The deck is stacked in favor of two major parties. Stawasz, Tom 472
The McLane Law Firm has announced that Ann Routos, project manager and co-chair of McLane's Community Service Committee, has been presented with the firm's first John R McLane, Jr. Community Service Award, given to the McLane attorney, paralegal or administrative colleague who exemplifies the highest commitment to the community based on colleague observation, peer reviews and client recommendations. Brief article 110
The meaningful contributions of our local banks. Cook, Brad 803
Waste management sells Wheelabrator unit. Brief article 116
What can cure our ailing health care system? Fieseher, James 787
When email is the wrong mode of communication. West, Delise Column 701
Why businesses should tell us their whole story. Bourque, Ron 765
Wood working: N.H. logging industry's impact: $51 a ton. Sanders, Bob 403

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