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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (October 2, 2015)

1-89 out of 89 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
A Safe Place & SASS. Organization overview 407
A tale of two transmission lines: what NH can learn from Vermont's hydro experience. Weeks, Dan 668
About town. 514
Adult Learning Center. Organization overview 548
American Cancer Society. Organization overview 571
American Heart Association. Organization overview 647
American Red Cross. Organization overview 546
Apps that can streamline construction jobs: there are now mobile solutions for everything from budget management to sharing AutoCAD drawings. Kasper, Matt 492
Ascentria Care Alliance. Brief article 270
BIA to honor Cook, Couches for achievements. Brief article 300
Book smart: Hanover-based Picaboo looks to disrupt the school yearbook market. Rajala, Liisa 1060
Boy Scouts of America--Daniel Webster Council. Organization overview 288
Boys & Girls Clubs in New Hampshire. Organization overview 405
Breakthrough Manchester. Organization overview 379
Business, politics and climate change: why Sen. Ayotte should climb off the Clean Power Plan fence. Egelston, Peter 533
Calendar. Calendar 836
CASA of New Hampshire. Organization overview 560
Catholic Charities New Hampshire, Social Services. Organization overview 335
Catholic Charities New Hampshire, Trinity Health Partners. Organization overview 426
Cheney named 2015 NH Realtor of Year. Brief article 129
Creative, but pragmatic, hazardous waste solutions. Allard, Edie 511
Criminal defense attorney: Mark Sisti. Kenny, Jack Interview 763
Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center. Organization overview 589
Dodd-Frank co-author lists benefits of law: Barney Frank tells St. A's audience law needs tweaks, but it has worked. Rajala, Liisa 723
Downtown Dover development clears key hurdle. Brief article 201
Drawing a blank. 167
Easter Seals New Hampshire. Organization overview 646
Easy and hard transactions: you have to constantly counsel clients about the vagaries of the market. Norton, William 743
Entrants sought for social venture competition. 215
Families in Transition. Organization overview 689
FEED NH Great NH Restaurants. Organization overview 359
Firm's technology aims to spread less salt: Sensible Spreader Touts Enviro, cost benefits. Sanders, Bob 658
First things first? 198
Fundraising concerns for late-stage startups: Series A equity offerings and investors' preferential rights. Whitehead, Matthew D. 649
Gains seen in negative equity picture. Brief article 236
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains. Organization overview 629
Girls Incorporated of New Hampshire. Organization overview 308
Giving back is easy when you have a plan. Landdry, Shari 831
Granite State Children's Alliance. Organization overview 602
Granite State Independent Living. Organization overview 604
Granite United Way. Organization overview 396
Great Bay Services. Organization overview 322
Happy 100th, NH primary Concord event kicks off yearlong celebration. Cook, Brad 760
Harbor Homes, Inc. Organization overview 456
Healthy increase: share of NH residents without health insurance drops below 10 percent. Sanders, Bob Brief article 339
Keeping it 'strong': NH manufacturers to gather for 13th annual governor's summit. Brief article 291
Law firm's new moniker: McLane Middleton: 96-year-old firm adopts name for 'modern era'. Rajala, Liisa 503
Lesson plans: boarding school seen for Chester college site. Brief article 161
Lower taxes aids NH competitiveness: 48th-worst in the nation is not an 'advantage'. Bradley, Jeb 641
Lower taxes aren't what we need, but this is some insights on what NH can do attract more businesses. Simoes, Jayme 622
Make-A-Wish[R] New Hampshire. Organization overview 742
Manchester: The U.S Department of Energy says it wants to conduct a more thorough review of the latest proposed route for the Northern Pass. 104
Million dollar deals. Statistical table 1105
More health changes on NH's horizon. 359
Muscular Dystrophy Association of New Hampshire. Organization overview 397
NeighborWorks[R] Southern New Hampshire. Organization overview 585
New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association. Organization overview 645
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Ober, Dick 705
New Hampshire Children's Trust. Organization overview 428
New Hampshire Food Bank. Organization overview 594
New NHDOT chief: Victoria Sheehan becomes second woman to head NHDOT. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 245
NH business review. Feingold, Jeff Editorial 249
NH Center for nonprofits. Ostrowki, Mike; Mattern, Grace Brief article 286
NH Housing Summit set at St. Anselm. 159
NH's lop feminist man': Financial times' names NH's Keefe to global top 10 list. Rajala, Liisa 358
Portsmouth: Malcolm Bradsher Co. of Epping and Thomas A. Dube Construction of Hampstead committed "serious" violations that led to the injury of a worker at the former Olde Port Traders property, as well as the collapse of a brick wall during demolition at the same site, according to citations issued by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Brief article 113
Powered by knowledge and experience, Cross Insurance addresses clients needs. Company overview 354
Preparing a business sale: a simplified analysis that looks at three categories to determine salability. Hanson, Brian D. 711
River Valley College readies Lebanon opening. 552
Savers. 305
Say it like you know it: mistakes in grammar can reflect on your mastery of other skills. Bourque, Ron 723
Small firms going paperless: bar survey finds more embracing new technology. Brief article 238
Smaller firms, meet the ACA: for 2016, the requirements bar is lowered. Sanders, Bob 1831
Speech pathology. 184
Tax cuts OKd: BPT, bet reductions to take effect in 2016. Sanders, Bob Brief article 221
The business of health care: managing an aging workforce. Conference notes 5151
The Dolloffs enjoy giving again with a donor advised fund. 464
The Granite YMCA. Organization overview 412
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester. Organization overview 588
The nonprofit sector's role in NH's economy: nonprofits employ one out of seven workers in New Hampshire and generate over $9 billion toward the state's GDP. Jackson, Mary Ellen 381
The PLUS Company. Organization overview 444
Timken lays off 16 workers from Keene facility. 174
Top investor backs down from PSG proxy fight. Brief article 227
Tote Board. 155
When a college closes: the legal and educational implications of Lebanon College's closing. Cook, Brad 768
When opportunity knocks: how website issues could be costing you a fortune. Albano-Davis, Melissa 766
You can take it with you. Morin, Mike 505
Your inner influencer: leading with influence takes vision, mindset and other leaders. Ramsey, Heather 508
YWCA New Hampshire. Organization overview 427

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