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Concord-based educator April Campbell is re-imagining what a children’s play space could look like, with her new business that caters specifically...

Rath, Young & Pignatelli lawyers have been named to the “Best Lawyers in America List” including Thomas Rath (government relations), Sherilyn...

Kaimini Jorgensen has joined Stay Work Play New Hampshire as their Events & Programs Coordinator. She holds a bachelor’s in recreation...

Incubator helps charities launch good work

9/25/21

The past year has probably been roughest on the nonprofit sector, which not only faced the same challenges as businesses but also experienced...

Part Two: Should your daughter be a lawyer?

9/25/21

What if your daughter wants to be a lawyer? In last week’s column, I wrote about the very substantial tuition and other costs of law school and of...

Biotech startup sells for $150M

9/25/21

An Upper Valley biotech startup co-founded by Dartmouth engineering professor Tillman Gerngross is being acquired by a Boston-area biotech firm in...

Concord could have competing cable television systems as early as February if the city approves Atlantic Broadband’s request for a contract...

Concord’s In a Pinch Cafe seeks new owner

9/22/21

Longtime Concord eatery, In a Pinch Cafe on Pleasant Street, is looking for a new owner.Sandy Chen, who purchased the business in 2012, is getting...

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News From NH Business Review



NH, S. Dakota and the Pandora Papers
By BOB SANDERS
Those papers — the latest of a series of massive leaks — document and expose the movement of nefarious money shielded by foreign trusts by people looking to avoid taxes and scrutiny.
Its founder reflects on the Free State Project
By MICHAEL KITCH
Two decades have passed since Jason Sorens, then 24, a convinced libertarian pursuing a doctorate in political science at Yale University,...
State readies purchase of private psychiatric hospital
The state is in the final stages of purchasing the 111-bed Hampstead Hospital, which it has used throughout the pandemic to provide children in mental health crisis inpatient psychiatric care.
The Tennessee Gas Pipeline plan follows a few other failed proposals that Liberty put forward to procure more natural gas,...

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