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Vermont sues 4 oil companies, alleges false info on climateBURLINGTON, Vt. — Vermont on Tuesday became the latest state to sue some of the country...

Sarah Anderson, a wealth management advisor with Foundry Financial Group in Laconia, recently earned the certified financial planner designation...

Sheehan Phinney is has announce that 31 attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2022. Selection to...

Dave Hausman, owner of Big Dave’s Bagels & Deli in North Conway, has an affinity toward high school students. Not only is the majority of his...

Many business lawyers have forms for non-disclosure agreements (often called “NDAs”), and many of these lawyers receive requests from time to time...

Inside Merrimack’s development boom

9/10/21

With its “sweet spot” location between the state’s two largest cities, a business-friendly town government and a healthy mix of residential and...

People driving past the grocery store being built near Exit 17 of I-93 won’t face road construction issues until next spring, even as work...

Joy Cadarette and Sharon Beauchesne are old friends, opening a store in an old building where they will sell old things. But the idea of starting a...

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News From NH Business Review



NH employers await vax mandate guidance
By BOB SANDERS
“You can’t force people to get vaccinated,” said Mark Thurston, president of CUSA Consulting, an electrical engineering and consulting firm in Hampton,...
A mutual bank grows in NH
By MICHAEL KITCH
All six states — Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont — are among the 16 states where the number of farms has increased since 2007.
Rising R&D credit demand results in smaller share for businesses
While demand for the credit has increased, the amount allocated by the Legislature to pay for the credit has remained the same.
In addition, staff writer Bob Sanders won three awards, including first place for Business and Economy Reporting for his ongoing coverage of how the Covid-19 pandemic affected the state’s businesses and economy.

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