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What minimum wage hike would mean to NH

8/28/21

It has been more than a decade since the minimum wage has been raised in New Hampshire and at the federal level. Every legislative session since...

Home supply woes worsen

8/28/21

Less is more when it comes to real estate. The number of home sales in New Hampshire last month dropped by nearly 15% from a year ago as prices...

If you are a New Hampshire business owner, at some point in the history of your business you may have to sue a third party – perhaps a competitor...

Nearly 120 organic dairy farms in the Northeast, including 28 in Vermont, will lose their contracts with an organic dairy company when it stops...

A Northwood farm is looking to build a badly needed meat processing plant and is taking an unusual route for raising money: sharing revenue through...

For Bridget Windsor, her new home goods and design store on Main Street is a return to her high school days in Concord, when she and her friends...

Kimberly Place the Vice President, Financial Advisor at NHTrust, has been recognized as an Elite Advisor by Infinex Investments. This recognition...

The industrial property at 55 Crown St. in Nashua had been for sale since 2017, with not much interest. “It’s a unique piece of property that’s...

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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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