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As Congress wrestles to wrap the packages and tie the bows on its infrastructure initiative, cities, towns and counties across New Hampshire have...

If the bipartisan infrastructure package currently under consideration in the U.S. House becomes law, it will mean at least $10 million over four...

Fidelity Investments plans to add 900 new positions at its Merrimack facilities in the second half of the year, on top of the 5,800 people already...

Rail hopes gain steam

9/3/21

Last week, Congressman Chris Pappas, D-NH, Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig and other state and local business and government leaders joined with...

Every few days, my 8-year-old son, Neal, asks if he can “earn something” on Roblox, a popular online video game platform. That’s his way of...

Geoffrey Gallagher was hired at Sulloway & Hollis as a litigation associate. His five years spent as an assistant court attorney will benefit...

The Brady Sullivan Properties has pledged $63,000 to the NH Community Development Finance Authority, in support of the Palace Youth Theatre’s...

NH Federal Credit Union has been recognized as one of the 2021 Deposit Accounts Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions, ranking No. 8 out of over 5,068...

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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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