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It’s the inflation you’re not supposed to see.From toilet paper to yogurt and coffee to corn chips, manufacturers are quietly shrinking package...

Concord’s most colorful (quite literally) new eatery Teatotaller will have a soft opening Wednesday, as the self-described “queer hipster oasis...

Red-hot summer job market awaits US teens as employers sweat

6/2/22

WASHINGTON — Mary Jane Riva, CEO of the Pizza Factory, has a cautionary message for her customers this summer: Prepare to wait longer for your...

In drafting operating agreements and shareholder agreements, the members of multi-member LLCs taxable as partnerships and of multi-shareholder...

With monthly inventory down by about 20%, it’s no mystery why New Hampshire home sales in April were down by about 20% compared to last year. But...

At a time when information flows more freely than ever, the local news industry finds itself at a crossroads.The advertising and subscription model...

The U.S. Department of Labor has renewed a multi-year nationwide initiative to increase federal compliance by employers in the food service...

A consortium of banks, local development corporations and the NH Business Finance Authority has put together a $25.4 million construction financing...

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News From NH Business Review



Teeing up paid family leave
By BOB SANDERS
“NH PFML provides employers and employees with peace of mind and strengthens a business’s bottom line,” says the brochure.
Pending Exeter Hospital deal part of a long trend
By MICHAEL McCORD
“We will be able to broaden our mission,” said Kevin Callahan, the president and CEO of Exeter Health, about the many advantages of the merger.
Cheshire EMS startup receives support from federal funds
With the goal of improving patient care and public safety among other projects, the funds will support the creation of a Cheshire EMS training program that will offer at least 60 hours of training.
Some 2,262 people filed continuing claims on the week ending July 23, according to preliminary figures.

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