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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (July 10, 2015)

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5 most common IT frustrations: tech 'pain points' that have solutions. Low, Kevin 731
A flurry of activity at Manchester-Boston: a year of unprecedented commercial transactions in the airport area. Scanlon, Dan 751
About town. 503
Anthem-Cigna deal still possible. 125
Building on Hope co-chair Jonathan Halle. McCord, Michael Interview 640
Business tax cuts ignored the big picture: to implement the cuts without addressing energy, workforce and infrastructure concerns do nothing to enhance economic growth. D'Allesandro, Lou 613
Businesses partner with Keene State: students receive internships, mentoring. Brief article 220
Calendar. Calendar 871
Climate progress: NH efforts praised by environmental group. Allard, Edith Brief article 283
Concord: State revenues came in $3.3 million above plan for June, putting the state $42.5 million ahead of estimates for the fiscal year. Brief article 102
Construction begins at Laconia project. Brief article 152
Devine Millimet, Nelson Kinder merge: Nelson Kinder will enhance Devine Millimet's litigation department says Sparkman. Brief article 191
Does racism remain in the hiring process? Arnesen, Arnie Letter to the editor 194
Does raising children kill your financial plan? Beyond the cost of college, there are so many other expenses associated with having kids. Cohen, Dan Column 509
Does trust matter anymore? Lessons from Tom Brady and Deflategate. Bourque, Ron 731
Dress codes and discrimination: motive the key in Abercrombie Supreme Court case. Whitley, Karen; Reidy, Jim 660
Eastern Bank listens to customers: launches voice biometrics system to ease service. Brief article 218
Electrified selling: SNHU Symposium to offer 'intensive' lesson in digital marketing. Conference news 310
Eversource not deterred by court's mercury ruling. Brief article 159
Funding community college innovation. 405
GTAT coverage wins national honor. Brief article 123
Guitar hero? New Boston firm's Ridgewing may be the future of electric guitars. Rajala, Liisa 860
Harborone completes Merrimack Mortgage acquisition. Brief article 106
Help for entrepreneurs: Center for Women and Enterprise opens Nashua Branch. Allard, Edith 329
Hope for MPAL: Manchester PAL facility to receive makeover. 333
Ignorance, prejudice and addiction treatment. Plaia, Joe Letter to the editor 389
Instructions not included. 124
Issuing a private placement: raising capital and the impact of securities laws. Morse, Julie Richardson 765
Learn to micromanage yourself: start with an attitude/behavior journal. Payne, Toby 675
Let history be the guide: the Fed's unprecedented steps to insert itself into markets. Sedoric, Tom 765
Manchester: the New Hampshire High Tech Council is seeking New Hampshire-based organizations interested in applying for the 2015 Product of the Year award. 105
Mayo heads to 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games. Brief article 103
Millyard Technology Park: where technology is tradition. 224
New Hampshire home sales heat up in May: sales rise 8 percent, median price up 4.2 percent. 523
New Hampshire's largest banks. Company rankings 704
NH dual admission program launched: students earn an associate and bachelor's degree. Brief article 236
NH needs to lower business taxes to compete: what we are doing clearly isn't working. Morse, Chuck 676
Nine drivers representing FedEx Corp. operating companies placed among the top finishers at the 2015 New Hampshire State Truck Driving Championship in Pembroke on June 6. Brief article 141
Personal branding: AlignRevenue co-founder to speak at July 14 TechWomen event. 162
Planet Fitness' road to a public offering: ex-Cabletron exec played role in private equity deal. Sanders, Bob 2515
Primary Bank plans July 31 opening: final regulatory approval expected to come in mid-July. Rajala, Liisa 445
Recent trends in socially responsible investing. Wainwright, Fred 688
Service Credit Union offers a wide variety of innovative financial solutions for NH businesses. 426
Speedway Motorsports' Smith shares voting power with sons. Brief article 172
Still rising: rents in NH continue to climb. Brief article 291
Take 5. Brief article 312
The court's ACA ruling and oral health: the law affects dental care in one key way. Raffio, Tom 516
The high court and history: lessons from the Obamacare, marriage rulings. Cook, Brad 792
The ongoing monitoring duty of fiduciaries: Supreme Court rules retirement plans must have vigorous reviews of investment decisions. Rich, John E., Jr. 629
Together we can build a panoramic view of your financial future. Potts, Erik M. Brief article 226
Tote board. 201
War of the worlds: partnerships vs. LLCs: New Hampshire general partnership law has many grave flaws. Cunningham, John 564
What Chris Christie's hometown paper is saying about him. 206
Zeroing in on no waste: Hypertherm reaps benefits from recycling. Rajala, Liisa 1250

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