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Three ways we respond to change

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As an executive managing a high-growth company, I think often about the way change can be incredibly damaging if not managed effectively, and the herding demonstration brought that truth to mind.

Energy

The Owl's Nest Resort and Golf Course in Campton/Thornton, which was sold at a foreclosure auction earlier this month. The resort's former owners said property sales there ceased after it was announced that the Northern Pass electrical transmission project would come through Owl's Nest.

Judge rejects reconsideration of lawsuit against Northern Pass

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A judge has rejected a motion for reconsideration of a lawsuit by the now former owners of the Owl's Nest Resort who claimed that the prospect of the Northern Pass electrical transmission project coming through their property put them out of business.

Allen Fore, left, of Kinder Morgan explains pipeline routing on a map as he and Joel Maiola, senior adviser from McLane GPS, talk about their natural gas pipeline ideas at the New Hampshire Union Leader in Manchester on Wednesday.

Pipeline's NH route moves to top choice

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Update on proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline through S. New Hampshire.

1 Proposal calls for gas pipeline across 17 NH communities

0 Peterborough receives EPA ‘green power’ award

0 Work on largest solar project in state begins in Peterborough

Opinion

EDITORIAL
Give the natural gas pipeline a chance.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
We got taken by China on the climate deal.
EDITORIAL
Releasing a study last week on the feasibility of subsidized commuter rail from southern New Hampshire to Massachusetts, the chairman of the N.H. Rail Transit Authority said this: "There is simply...
GEORGE WILL
Obama's legal overreach in Wisconsin.
PAT BUCHANAN
We have every reason to increase our supply of oil.
DAVID HARSANYI
But there are two problems with treating a new China-United States climate deal as big news. 1) We're not really doing anything we weren't going to do anyway. 2) Neither is China.
EDITORIAL
Voting against energy, what a surprise.
EDITORIAL
Tobacco wars flare up in Massachusetts, of all places.
EDITORIAL
A Bedford sign ordinance review at last.

Fred Fuller, center, arrives for his bankruptcy hearing in Manchester on Tuesday.

Rymes takes over for Fuller, deliveries start Wednesday

With a judge's blessing Tuesday, trucks bearing the name of Rymes Propane & Oil will start delivering home heating fuel to customers of Fred Fuller Oil & Propane on Wednesday morning.

Michaels plans a move into part of the former Stop & Shop building on South Willow Street in Manchester.

Michael's craft store moving into vacant Stop & Shop space

The arts and crafts store Michaels plans to move into a portion of the massive Stop & Shop space on South Willow Street in Manchester, the space vacated in 2013 when the supermarket chain exited the...

ROBERT PETERS

Reach for the Clouds business looks up

With more companies opting to have their data processing systems in the “cloud” on remote servers, a Hudson businessman believes he is on the right path with his newest venture.

Seasonal rates: PSNH wants to prevent businesses from switching back, forth

Businesses and large institutions that buy electricity on the open market when its cheap in the warmer months, and turn to Public Service of New Hampshire for service when power gets more expensive...

Stocks end little changed after mixed data

Stocks ended little changed on Tuesday as the U.S. economy grew more than expected last quarter but soft readings on consumer confidence and house prices kept major indexes in a tight range.

Blacksmith Russell Pope of Elements of Steel uses a forge to heat steel to about 2000 degrees at his blacksmith shop in Newmarket.

Newmarket blacksmith has forged a career shaping the elementsof steel

Russell Pope was in the Coast Guard when he found his life's calling - and it had nothing to do with the military or the ocean.

Sale of Fuller Oil approved, assuring delivery to pre-buy customers

MANCHESTER — A bankruptcy judge Tuesday approved the sale of Fred Fuller Oil & Propane to Rymes Propane & Oil, ensuring Fuller Oil budget and pre-buy customers will get the oil they are owed.

Hearing on sale of Fred Fuller Oil delayed until Tuesday

Disclosures from the former wife of Fred Fuller, the CEO of Fred Fuller Oil & Propane, hours before a bankruptcy court hearing to consider the sale of Fred Fuller Oil became snarled in concerns about...

Seth Goodall, regional administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration, makes a purchase at Nicole's Hallmark on Monday morning during a tour of local shops in advance of Small Business Saturday.

SBA encourages consumers to shop local this holiday season

Kicking off the first in a series of walking tours in downtown areas throughout New England, representatives of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) gathered with local officials and area...

Merrimack to hold town hall forum focusing on business

The public is urged to attend Tuesday's business forum in Merrimack, where input will be gathered on how to help businesses grow.

Home ownership is not for everyone

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The Mortgage Professor: Homeownership is not for everyone

A rendering of the RiverWalk at Loon Mountain, a 170-unit, fractional ownership luxury resort being built on the banks of the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River in downtown Lincoln.

Ground broken on new Lincoln resort

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Hearkening back to the days of “grand hotels,” InnSeason Resorts has broken ground on the RiverWalk at Loon Mountain, its third luxury resort in town, and according to its principals,...

Kelly Wieser hugs her father, Tom Mullen, on Wednesday afternoon, several hours after the Owl's Nest Resort and Golf Course, which Mullen and his business partner opened in 1997, was sold for $2 million in a foreclosure auction. Mullen maintains that the foreclosure was the direct result of the announcement that the Northern Pass electrical transmission project would come through an existing right-of-way on the resort which Mullen said caused property sales to collapse.

Called a 'casualty' of Northern Pass, Campton's Owl's Nest Resort sold for $2 million in foreclosure

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On Wednesday, the Owl's Next Resort and Golf Course got a new owner through a foreclosure sale while the Northern Pass, said State Sen. Jeanie Forrester, claimed another “casualty” in the...

The Howard's Restaurant property in downtown Colebrook may be getting a new owner.

Sale of Howard's Restaurant in Colebrook moves forward

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Although delayed, the sale of the Howard's Restaurant property is moving forward, said the attorney who represents the estate of the late Crystal K. Ball.

Grants target lower-cost housing in Conway, Hanover

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Public housing projects in Conway and Hanover top the list to benefit from the latest round of New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority block grant funding totaling $1.9 million.

DICK BENSON

Real Estate Corner: Essential fall maintenance checklist helps cut energy cost

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With fall quickly upon us, now is the time to focus on a few simple home maintenance projects to prepare for the changing weather ahead.

Homeownership rate falls to the lowest since early 1995

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The homeownership rate fell to the lowest in more than 19 years as the market shifted toward renting and tight credit blocked some potential buyers.

 NH Angle
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David Nickerson, left, and Ran Thapa of Rymes Propane and Oil make a delivery on Hillview Drive in Chichester. Rymes is planning to buy Fred Fuller Oil out of bankruptcy for more than $12 million.

0 IRS swoops in to snarl Fuller Oil sale to Rymes

0 Lawyer under investigation for role in FRM fraud surrenders license

0 Batmobile found abandoned in NH field expected to fetch $500K

0 Epping selectmen fret over sick people buying legal marijuana in town

0 Budweiser snubbing Clydesdales in this year's holiday ads

0 Anthem in N.H. named in national class action suit alleging fraud

0 Commission examining NHís high workers' compensation costs splits over plan to limit what medical providers can charge

0 Ruger keeps on rolling with new 3-inch LCRx

0 Concord Monitor: State should make utilities squeeze energy customers during times of peak demand to impose conservation

0 LEAP jet engine parts plant in Rochester opens

0 Poll: N.H. shoppers not so cheerful this holiday

0 'Sailor Jerry' ad man turns to history-rich Tamworth for whiskey distillery

0 Shipyard fire drills ramp up after Navy report blaming lax practices for destruction of $900M USS Miami

0 Nashua defense contractor wins $97M contract to help Iraq fight ISIS

0 Market Basket official: How'd we do it? We just did it.

0 BAE in Nashua wins $206M in work on F-35 and another $20M for electronic countermeasures

0 North Carolina man caught in global patent dispute with Segway

0 Vermont Yankee announces 48 N.H. layoffs ahead of plant closure

0 FAA approves $167K a year in fees for Lebanon Airport passengers

0 AG joins lawsuit over sewer lines on Toyota land in Portsmouth

0 Tillotson pulls first glove on Nov. 11 after manufacturing moved from former Balsams plant

0 Police allege Portsmouth mechanic painted rather than replaced parts

0 Jeanne Shaheen: Why I voted against expanding access to oil

0 NHPUC approves sale of New Hampshire Gas Corporation

0 NRC inspection finds three violations at Seabrook plant

Located in a former manufacturing facility at 2 Hampshire Drive in the Sagamore Industrial Park, the privately owned shooting range is open to the general public and welcomes both newcomers and experienced hobbyists. Read More

Company officials gathered outside the Fred Fuller Oil & Propane headquarters Thursday afternoon with an update on the tentative bankruptcy sale of the struggling fuel company. Read More

A local therapy clinic for dogs and horses is moving from its Nashua location to a former dairy farm in Hollis. Read More

S&P 500 ticks up to record on central bank bets

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U.S. stocks rose Monday on hopes that China will take further accommodative monetary policy action if needed, while merger deals kept traders focused even as volumes were below average.

Know the Law: 'Vaping' in workplace is largely unregulated

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Some of my employees have asked whether they can use e-cigarettes at work. Are they covered by New Hampshire's laws on smoking in the workplace?

Sam Asano's Let's Invent: Dealing with those tricky parts of research, investors

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One doesn't write a business plan just for one person, obviously. However, it is also a waste of your time if you write your plan for an untargeted general population.

NSH Lady Project founder and co-city manager Nika Legatova speaks at a recent event for the organization at Margaritas in Nashua.

Lady Project seeks to inspire, showcase, connect

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The NSH Lady Project wants women of Greater Nashua to be a part of their brand-new organization, offering local women a chance to network, make new friends, and grow professionally.

Empty stores, and even kiosks like these, appear throughout the Steeplegate Mall in Concord.

Concord's Steeplegate Mall has seen better days

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Built 24 years ago by a former subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corp., Steeplegate Mall in Concord is one of about 300 U.S. malls facing a choice between re-invention and oblivion.

NH Business Newsmakers: Alexander honored by public relations group

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The Yankee Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America presented the 2014 Patrick Jackson Award to Jason Alexander at its annual meeting on Nov. 20 at Red River Theatres in Concord.


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