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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (May 11, 2018)

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'Painful return to normal' seen for economy: But NBT exec tells Bedford audience 'I don't believe the sky is falling'. Interview 814
[right arrow]TAKE 5. 333
A crisis of truth: Trust can take years to build, but it can be lost in a second. Bourque, Ron Viewpoint essay 748
A narrow vision of the generations. Mendzela, David Letter to the editor 413
ABOUT TOWN. 511
Avoiding employment burnout: Employees are not a consumable resource, yet this is how they are often treated. Ryan, Bill Viewpoint essay 653
Bills headed to the governor: a scorecard: An overview of measures that have been approved in the NH House, Senate. Sanders, Bob 429
CALENDAR. Calendar 825
Chapter 7: SERENITY PLACE BANKRUPTCY REVEALS $750,000 IN DEBT. Sanders, Bob 446
Clean it up: U.S. BROWNFIELDS GRANTS TO AID SIX NH COMMUNITIES. Brief article 280
Dead end: SENATE VOTES DOWN PAID FAMILY LEAVE BILL. 317
FLOTSAM & JETSAM. 798
Focus on the Executive Council: Why has it has begun to attract more interest from candidates? Cook, Brad 690
Going mobile: WEBSITE OFFERS INFO ON ACCESSIBILITY AT SEACOAST RESTAURANTS. 928
Group effort: AREA BUSINESSPEOPLE EXPLORE CREATING BANK IN NASHUA. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 299
Harley dealership, retail store sell for $7.2m. 143
How to set sales goals: Effectively motivating salespeople helps them achieve even more. Hallenbeck, Kevin 673
In Year of the Woman, dads step up for equal time: There is legal risk to employers who give fathers lesser benefits. Stevens, Charla Bizios 929
It's time to break up the big banks: Now is not the time to ease oversight and supervision of the largest financial institutions. Sedoric, Tom 808
Jack Sanders retires from practice after 56 years. 472
Labor supply: the big disconnect: So many openings for jobs in the trades and elsewhere shows a mismatch between available openings and employees. Norton, Bill 659
Londonderry Superfund site eyed for big solar array: Granite Apollo plans 10-megawatt project at former Auburn Road Landfill. 180
Manchester Historic Association Executive Director John Clayton. Kenny, Jack Interview 621
Multi-generational workplaces: There are challenges, but they are far outweighed by the benefits. King, Gerri 748
Multifamily construction spending in Manchester calculated. 162
NH firms learn to cope with new steel tariffs: Granite State businesses begin to see price hikes. Sanders, Bob 1517
NHEC offers off-peak EV charging discount. 353
On the same page: NH, Canadian officials see retaining NAFTA as key to Intertwined' economies. Rajala, Liisa 1208
Saying no: CONCORD, DOVER FILE PHARMA LAWSUIT. Brief article 170
Seabrook redux: OPPONENTS SPEAK OUT AGAINST PLANT'S RELICENSING. 360
Seizing opportunity in a crisis. King, Wayne 577
The Black Heritage Trail's valuable message. Okrant, Mark 700
THE BOTTOM LINE. 502
The consequences of media illiteracy. Simoes, Jayme H. Letter to the editor 342
THE LATEST. 2027
Unity Homes in partnership with Saint-Gobain unit: Walpole firm will share its components-based construction technology in agreement. 266
When a fee becomes a tax The difference between NH's two key funding sources. Schultz, Kierstan; Warecki, Nathan P. 981
Who owns your intellectual property? Independent contractors often hold the copyright on works they've created, like logos and software code. Verge, Doug 729

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