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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (June 24, 2016)

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'Capitol Hill Day' takeaways: why members of Congress deserve their own Bill of Rights. Cook, Brad 792
'Public' bank is a risk not worth taking: bill to establish a state-owned bank raises plenty of concerns. Wilbur, Ron 626
39 graduate from Leadership NH: Leadership NH graduates 2016 class. 381
A challenge to Councilor Wheeler: why I'm running for Executive Council in District 5. Weeks, Dan Column 767
A strong message to buy American: Defense Department budget includes a possible boost for New England footwear companies. Brett, James T. 407
About town. 510
Agenda-shaping: BIA seeks input on 2017-18 legislative S priorities. 417
Backgrounds check. 379
Building a workforce pipeline: industry-education initiative aims to develop next generation of manufacturing employees. Rajala, Liisa 1121
Calendar. Calendar 790
Comcast business: the latest communications solutions. 448
D-H plans for $22 million palliative care center: Jack Byrne center will meet needs of patients with life-limiting illness. 532
Entrepreneur of the Year: Game Creek Video founder honored at NH High Tech Council event. 367
Fairpoint pressured by large shareholder. Brief article 175
GBCC fills medical assistant shortage. Brief article 125
Geneia reaps savings in remote monitoring: study of elderly heart patients saves annual $8,375 per individual. Brief article 297
How to map the course of your next initiative: make sure to reach agreement with key stakeholders as early as possible. Benson, Candice 781
Keeping it green: new effort encourages employees to use alternative transportation. Sanders, Bob 407
Laboring for workers: Hotter NH economy means businesses are scrambling for employees and wages are rising. Sanders, Bob Cover story 1902
Mass, plant partners with safely studies students: toymaker offers on-the-job experience through Keene State program. 280
Mission accomplished: administrators to leave Dartmouth tech transfer office. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 246
Never sell yourself short: when it comes to your sales potential, you are worth of exactly what you believe you are, not a penny more and not a penny less. Payne, Toby 732
New Hampshire gives: first statewide single-day charitable effort scores. Brief article 259
Seeking startups: 2016 TechOut competition sought. 256
Small change: the Flats at Hanover Commons features 32 'micro' apartments in Manchester. Brief article 198
State pulls plug on Certificate of need: but some limits on new health care construction remain. Sanders, Bob Conference news 831
Superdelegating authority. Brief article 218
The 'lies' and 'fantasy' of Trump's business acumen. Duncan, George Letter to the editor 343
The growth of cognitive careers: High-paying and stimulating jobs are increasingly going to the smartest among us. Ryan, Bill 667
The high cost of ignoring employee wellness: an effective program is a highly effective tool to reduce financial bleeding. Phillips, Carol 692
The negative effects of a $15-an-hour minimum wage. Caron, Ross Letter to the editor 200
Tote board. Brief article 167
UC Consumer Advocate: Donald Kreis. Sanders, Bob Interview 655
Underachiever: NH manufacturing sector gets an overall 'B' grade. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 255
Unhappy trails. Brief article 196
White Mountains to sell Tranzact unit. Brief article 125

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