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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (May 10, 2019)

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A plan to ease healthcare workforce shortage: One survey found there are over 2,000 job vacancies across the state. Mcleod, Robert 592
A plea for peace and quiet: Why do businesses insist on playing music customers don't want to hear? 735
A rushed, heavy-handed House session: Running the body takes discipline, organization and transparency. Hinch, Dick 700
ABC Young Professionals Spotlight: Cody Barnes: The Methuen Construction assistant project manager has a 'can-do' attitude. 469
ABOUT TOWN. 481
Appreciating direct care workers: Let's stop assuming there's a relationship between low-valued work and low-paid workers. 672
CALENDAR. Calendar 878
Cashing in on cannabis: Tuck School grads score with line of edible products. Colson, Nicole 1143
Court's LGBTQ ruling awaited: Will Title VII civil rights protect the community from discrimination? Botchman, Jacqueline 750
Critical condition: New Hampshire's rural hospitals struggle to keep pace with changing market. Kitch, Michael 2266
Cut out the smoke and mirrors on drug prices. Williams, Brendan 603
Do we know where the next boom is coming from? We need to figure it out to fix our economic house of cards. Viewpoint essay 835
Downtown Manchester hotel takes shape. Brief article 229
Expanding net metering is good for Granite State: It's time for a more progressive look at clean energy policy in our state. Vien, Colleen 546
Giving credit: BFA EXPANDS COMMITMENT TO REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CENTER. 468
Making it in Meredith: MCLEAR SELLS LAKESIDE HOTELS FOR 'WELL NORTH OF' $25 MILLION. 434
Northeast expects electric vehicle sales spike: EV adoption depends on awareness of capabilities, infrastructure build-out. Rajala, Lisa 682
Planning for business growth: The role of developing growth assumptions, making financial forecasts. 708
Pulse plus: FORMER ACCELERATE NH STARTUP GETS $1.5 MILLION IN SEED FUNDING. 1400
Q & A INTERVIEW. Kenny, Jack Interview 1117
Rate design: the fun phase of any rate case: How regulators try to reconcile competing policy imperatives. Kreis, D. Maurice 1106
Revolving door. Brief article 251
THE BOTTOM LINE. 550
The gun of Grafton. 160
THE LATEST. 3043
The unique impacts of divorce on business owners: By arming themselves with knowledge of what to expect, they can devise a strategy to protect their interests. Mccarthy, Monica Ann Viewpoint essay 1119
Town meeting votes show growing support for historic preservation. Goodman, Jennifer 590
Tracking the political nonsense: We all would be served better by discussing reforms that could address issues responsibly. 735
Trade trends: STUDY: MORE THAN 170,000 NEW HAMPSHIRE JOBS SUPPORTED BY INTERNATIONAL TRADE. 470
Well over 215 megawatts await agreement, approval. Sanders, Bob 2540
What's the opposite of a warm wefcome? Brief article 272

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