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The mind-set and tools you need to survive as a startup CEO

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Anyone in any job relies on a set of skills to complete their work. As a startup CEO, you must have a keen understanding of the assortment of skills you have — and don't have. Keeping that...

Energy

PSNH projects bills could rise by less than 1 percent next year

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Public Service of New Hampshire is forecasting its energy costs will shrink, but customers’ electric bills will rise by less than 1 percent next year — maybe.

Utilities plan $3 billion natural gas pipeline

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Spectra Energy Corp. and Northeast Utilities on Tuesday proposed upgrades to New England's natural gas infrastructure to help meet the region's growing demand for fuel for both power generation and heating.

A Roopod, a bio-diesel fueled vehicle, was one of many alternative energy vehicles on display Saturday at the 2014 Alt Energy Summit at the Mount Washington Auto Road.
John Koziol

0 Alternative energy vehicles rule Mount Washington Auto road

1 Natural gas pipeline still holds promise for Groveton

0 Bird causes Concord-area power outage Monday

Opinion

MARK HAYWARD
If any pols out there want to improve their stump speeches, look no farther than these heavily annotated remarks from the genius inventor.
EDITORIAL
A casino for Boston, with unintended consequences.
EDITORIAL
Yes, you are paying for abortions through Obamacare.
EDITORIAL
This is not the right bullying bill for state government.
THOMAS SOWELL
Mob rule is not democracy and certainly not good economics.
EDITORIAL
Obamacare is already putting more Granite Staters on the dole.
DAVID HARSANYI
What is wrong with Burger King's move?
EDITORIAL
SINCE Arthur T. Demoulas was fired from Market Basket in June, I've done my best to refrain from writing about it too much.

Five startups make the cut for TechOut competition

The next round of entrepreneurs competing for $100,000 in prize money as part of the 2014 TechOut competition has been narrowed down to five finalists.

Owner of Zin-Zen Yoga Michelle Fabbrini sits in lotus pose in her new studio, which also sells wine, at 126 South River Road, Bedford.

Zin-Zen Yoga offers relaxation in Bedford

Besides her two children, Michelle Fabbrini's two greatest passions are yoga and wine. She combines the two in her new business, Zin-Zen Yoga – a combination of yoga studio, wine shop and...

Strong holiday hiring expected this year

Holiday hiring this year could reach pre-recession levels, according to a report released Wednesday.

Priceline exec to speak at New England College on Sept. 24

New England College students and faculty will host The Priceline Group Inc. Chairman and former CEO Jeff Boyd for a community event at 6 p.m. Sept. 24 to kick off the school's 2014 President's...

BIA annual dinner set for Oct. 29

The Business and Industry Association has scheduled its 101st Annual Dinner, Lifetime Achievement and New Hampshire Advantage Awards Celebration for 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Radisson...

Aerosmith drummer debuts coffee K-cups in Durham

Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer's Rockin' & Roastin' line of organic coffees made their nationwide single-serve cup debut this week at the Durham Marketplace.

Family Dollar's board rejects Dollar General's latest offer

Family Dollar’s board of directors told shareholders Wednesday not to sell their stock to rival Dollar General, which is trying to buy the discount retailer in a $9.1 billion hostile bid.

A FedEx delivery truck is seen in San Diego, Calif. in this Dec. 5, 2013 file photo. The package delivery company should enjoy a record holiday peak season thanks to the continued rise of online consumer sales in the United States, company officials said on Wednesday.

FedEx sees e-commerce driving record holiday season

Package delivery company FedEx should enjoy a record holiday peak season, thanks to the continued rise of online consumer sales in the United States, company officials said on Wednesday.

Stocks up after Fed pledge; Dow sets record

Stocks edged higher in volatile trading on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve renewed its pledge to keep interest rates near zero for a “considerable time” and repeated concerns...

Brady Sullivan Properties closed on an all-cash $19.75 million deal Tuesday for the 20-story building at 900 Elm St.

Brady Sullivan corners Manchester skyline with its $19.75m purchase of City Hall Plaza

Brady Sullivan Properties will no longer need to debate whether 1000 Elm St. or City Hall Plaza at 900 Elm St. is the state's tallest building.

This rendering shows the 29,000 square foot building (left) proposed for 111 Maplewood Ave. in Portsmouth.

Downtown Portsmouth building plan gets approval from judge

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A superior court judge cleared the way for a 29,000-square-foot mixed use building to be constructed in downtown Portsmouth near a historical cemetery where a signer of the Declaration of...

KENDALL BUCK

Real Estate Corner: Cloud-based user manual for the homeowner simplifies life

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The New Hampshire Home Builders Association recently partnered with HomeNav, a program that makes operating and maintaining your home a breeze.

July new home sales disappoint

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New homes sales dipped in July, the government said Monday in a disappointing monthly report that highlights ongoing problems in the housing sector.

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Manchester #5 on Forbes list of Top 10 Most Educated Cities trumping Silicon Valley

0 Feds reject NH delegation request for rail study aimed at derailing Newington propane terminal

0 NH Supreme Court to hear Keene appeal of loss to parking meter 'Robin Hoods' on Oct. 15

0 Dartmouth College very well endowed, posting 19.2% gains bringing total to $4.5B

0 Review: Contractor blamed for sewage tsunami through Dover restaurants

0 New Hampshire officials to hold meeting on Vermont Yankee

0 Mobile chicken slaughterers hatch plan for Concord plant

0 Sturm, Ruger: Why we see a potential 36% return with this contrarian play

0 Timberland targets 13% annual growth to reach $3.1B in revenue by 2019

0 Redevelopment plan for Naval Shipyard prison moving forward

0 Edible packaging? Retailers not quite ready for odd Stonyfield wrapperless yogurt

0 Seacoast home sales cool off in August

0 Check out new Sarah Long Bridge design at open house

0 Newington ZBA rejects appeal of expansion of propane facility, Portsmouth says it will sue

0 Scott Brown’s Feb. comments raise questions about his online sales tax stance

0 NH group receives $140K federal grant to train landscapers about electrical, aerial lift hazards

0 Launch Angels to back startups with Dartmouth ties

0 NH gives Bitcoin Brands OK to expand ATM roll out to New Hampshire

0 To attract millennial workers, ditch the cubicles

0 PUC asked to clarify rules on relationship between Northern Pass and PSNH

0 U.S. gun makers on target in short sector

0 Inspired by New Hampshire town, Scottish architect wants to restore Carnegie Hall in the Highlands

0 Video: Son finds '57 Chevy Bel Airs in NH, fulfills childhood promise to dad

0 Mass. and Vt. have some of nation's rudest drivers, NH and Maine have some of the nicest

0 NHPR Audio: Inside J.D. Salinger's House

It will be a bittersweet farewell at Merrimack's favorite candy shop Tuesday as the owners of Swan Chocolates close their doors for good. Read More

Wynn Resorts wins license to build casino near Boston

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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Tuesday awarded a license to build a $1.6 billion casino just outside Boston to Las Vegas developer Wynn Resorts Ltd.

Stocks up as expectations shift on Fed policy

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Stocks rose on Tuesday and the S&P notched its best performance in a month after a report shifted investor expectations for the Federal Reserve’s policy statement due on Wednesday.

NH unemployment rate remains steady at 4.4 percent

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New Hampshire’s unemployment rate for August was unchanged from July’s 4.4 percent, according to preliminary seasonally adjusted figures.


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