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Amid all the talk about how to upgrade New Hampshire’s transportation infrastructure, don’t forget the state’s best-known unit of public transit...

Let’s say you live in Canterbury and get an email from “townhall@canterburynh.org” warning that your car registration is about to be revoked for...

Fiduciary duties are, at their most basic, the legal duties that one individual owes another if the first individual agrees to take responsibility...

The latest COVID surge has resulted in another surge of revenue for Vapotherm, the Exeter firm that sells breathing apparatus for health care...

11/27/21

Margaret Pesce and Janet Sylvester launched Great Island Realty to serve the Seacoast in 2008, just as the Great Recession hit. “We said it would...

Mike Vlacich, currently senior advisor to U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and a former director of the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development, has...

As online shopping has become more common, many of us have lost touch with the community members in our area who operate small businesses. Chatting...

Deb Grove was so worried she will not be able to find a tree in her home state of Florida, she bought one in Concord to bring back home.“I drove up...

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News From NH Business Review



Health insurance metamorphosis
By BOB SANDERS
The latter is still true, but the kind of coverage provided is changing, especially among smaller employers, and those changes have accelerated in New Hampshire.
NH firm has a firsthand view of supply chain woes
By PAUL BRIAND
Its president and CEO, Robert O’Connor, said in a recent interview that a “perfect storm” of circumstances — from overburdened ports to lack of workforce in Asian factories — threaten delivery of even the most basic goods such as food items.
NH SBDC survey: Small businesses gaining confidence, but still leery
Financial situations are improving for many New Hampshire small business owners, and they’re becoming more optimistic but not overwhelmingly confident,...
Brendan Bell, chief operating officer of Aligned Climate Capital, which owns the Stonyfield-backed solar projects, says it’s harder for companies in New Hampshire to use solar power than in neighboring states..

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