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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (April 1, 2016)

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A banker's view of business borrowing: we really are trying to get to a 'yes'. St. Germain, Don 814
A threat to health cost transparency: U.S. Supreme Court ruling muddies NH's efforts to inform consumers. Sevigny, Roger 540
About town. 455
According to plan: first phase of Tuscan Village project OKd in Salem. Brief article 132
Affordable answer? Governor signs accessory dwelling units law. Brief article 200
Bills seek to update NH's aging business tax laws: with no changes since 2000, state code seen as a dinosaur'. Sanders, Bob 1118
Birch Hill Terrace to affiliate with RiverWoods: $6 million upgrade of Manchester retirement community to follow. Brief article 233
Break time: watered-down workplace breastfeeding bill OKd. Brief article 227
Calendar. Calendar 835
Climbing the career ladder at Hitchiner: employees dive in to Milford firms on-site Engineering Certificate Program. McIntire, Alex 879
Co-working it out: Exeter chamber readies space for commuters, startups. Brief article 205
Don't bet the track on it. Brief article 158
Don't forget the tortoises: a well-balanced portfolio should include companies that may not be growing as fast, but offer other value. Cohen, Daniel 758
Executive Council to vote on head of Banking Dept. Brief article 288
Expanded Medicaid boosts community health centers: more insured patients means drop in uncompensated care. McCord, Michael 1414
Fairness, not free money, for utilities: we shouldn't have to overpay them just to help customers save energy. Kreis, Donald M. 614
From the ground up: The Provident Bank: Sullivan Construction showcase new, personal banking model. 533
Getting to know the SCORE: regardless of your industry or situation, the organization can probably provide you help from someone who has done it before. Bourque, Ron 732
GT Advanced Technologies emerges from bankruptcy: 'a new chapter for our company,' says CEO. Sanders, Bob 698
Innis is out. Brief article 142
Internet is infrastructure. Kennedy, William Letter to the editor 283
IT risks that health care firms can overlook: network safeguards that can put into place to prevent illegal access to confidential information. Devogt, Chad 736
Lights, cameras, customers: NH's film festivals prove good for business. Cox, Katherine P. 1726
LRG Healthcare CEO submits resignation. Brief article 253
Mt Sunapee and the future of NH's state parks. Gates, Hess Letter to the editor 293
NHDOT Commissioner Victoria Sheehan. Rajala, Liisa Interview 596
On the hook: at-sea monitoring fees are the latest threat to NH's dwindling fishing industry. Rajala, Liisa Cover story 1540
Open season. 117
Optimizing your optimizing: business process optimization can be a significant, and necessary, undertaking. Benson, Candice 508
Pax Women's leadership index outpaces broad benchmark. Brief article 114
Radon rules: realtors, des reach deal on new information guidelines. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 339
Rules changes may ease access to capital in NH: State law rewrite, new federal crowdfunding regulations seen as aiding entrepreneurs. Rajala, Liisa 689
Smart investment: fidelity program helps employees tackle student loan debt. Rajala, Liisa Brief article 311
Still chugging along: rail supporters remain determined after NH House vote. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 264
Thanks to Colon Cancer Month supporters. Taft, Helen B. Letter to the editor 283
Tote board. Brief article 190
Uncertainty, anger and jobs: there are concrete and measurable reasons for the angst of the white blue-collar worker. Ryan, Bill 687
What is a cybersecurity professional? There's more to the job than people think. Alexander, Candy 696
Why a Vt. law firm picked Manchester to expand. Merritt, Ken 466
Winning strategy: increase in NH storeowners' lottery bonus weighed. Sanders, Bob Brief article 309

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