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Ask the Expert: If you want to create real impact, start an online business


The connectivity of the Internet and the tools technology has created means that every online business has the opportunity to grow exponentially. You can enjoy all the benefits of living in New...


Plans for Manchester solar array project move forward


An aldermen's committee has given the green light to a company that wants to build a sprawling solar panel array at the city landfill that could become the largest such project in the state.

Utilities offer tips to help fight high winter energy costs


“Button Up NH Home Weatherization Workshops” will be sponsored by PSNH, Liberty Utilities, N.H. Electric Co-op and Unitil.

A stack of firewood, which will be driven by demand in the coming winter months.

2 Firewood scarcity driven by demand throughout NH

1 Bracing for the heating season throughout New Hampshire

0 Hopkinton wood program is neighbor to neighbor


NH shouldn't make the business-recruiting mistake other states make.
Manchester parents need to know the challenges facing teachers.
Rethinking city teacher compensation.
Newsflash: NH Democrat backed by Koch brothers group!
Let us hear no more about underpaid Manchester teachers laboring without a contract.
Living free and peacefully in New Hampshire is great, if you like that sort of thing.
Rethinking highway rest areas is overdue.
When being against "Big Oil" hurts everyone.

Completed renovations at the center court of the Mall at Rockingham Park.

Salem mall renovations on target

By the time the holiday shopping season gets underway in earnest, the renovations at the Mall at Rockingham Park will be substantially finished.

GT Advanced Technologies in Merrimack filed for bankruptcy after it lost out on a lucrative partnership with Apple.

GT Advanced says 'amicable parting' with Apple will cost 47 jobs in NH

Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said its settlement agreement with Apple Inc. will save the company millions and paves the way to publicly detail by Friday what led to its surprise bankruptcy...

5 to vie for High Tech Council's Product of Year

The New Hampshire High Tech Council's Product of the Year Award judges have selected five finalists to compete in the ninth-annual event on Nov. 13.

NH Business Newsreel: Mass. manufacturer completes move to New Hampshire

Precision tool company SMC Aerospace has completed its relocation to New Hampshire from Ipswich, Mass.

Stocks extend rebound on earnings

Stocks rallied on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 notching a fourth straight session of gains boosted by strong corporate results, including Apple’s.

Ebola galvanizes workers battling to join unions

Anthony Reynolds works on what he calls “the SWAT team of airplane cleaners,” scrubbing the seats, carpets and toilets of planes parked overnight at the Philadelphia airport. About a year...

GT Advanced Technology attorney hoping for Apple agreement today to allow more openness in bankruptcy court

An attorney for Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said he was “optimistic” the Merrimack N.H., company could sign an agreement with Apple Tuesday, so GT Advanced could shed more...

Staples says it is probing possible payment card data breach

Staples Inc. is investigating a possible breach of payment card data and has contacted law enforcement about the matter, making it the latest U.S. retailer to become a possible victim of a...

More GT Advanced revelations expected from Tuesday hearing

Investors, creditors and the public on Tuesday may hear a more definitive account of what led Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies Inc. to file for bankruptcy and also learn whether 890 jobs will...

NH Business Newsreel: Challenge at UNH open to entrepreneurs

The University of New Hampshire is looking for people who want to try their hand at addressing society’s most pressing social and environmental challenges.

Real Estate Corner: Low down payment financing options are available


Prospective homebuyers recently asked, “Is it true that I need a 20 percent down payment to purchase a home?”

Lakes Region Parade of Homes this weekend


The Lakes Region Parade of Homes showcases the latest in home design.

Lakes Region association members recognized for community project


Last year, The Lakes Region Builders and Remodelers Association embarked on a community service project that entailed designing, constructing, landscaping and decorating a house at minimal to no...

Lakes Region Parade of Homes features 9 signature properties


Your local Parade of Homes showcases the latest in home design.

Price dropped on downtown site of former Nashua courthouse


A potential buyer has backed out of purchasing the old courthouse on Walnut Street, so the building — located in the heart of Nashua's downtown — is back on the market with a lower price.

Gail Athas

2014 Realtor of the Year: Gail Athas


Gail Athas, a Manchester resident and broker associate at Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan in Bedford, has been selected by the New Hampshire Association of Realtors as its 2014 Realtor of the...

Real Estate Corner: New laws benefit buyers, sellers, property owners


Higher standards for real estate licensees and better notification for residents who may be impacted by proposed zoning changes are two of the highlights from a successful legislative session for the...

NH Realtors gather for annual convention


More than 300 New Hampshire Realtors gathered last week in Bretton Woods, home of the New Hampshire Association of Realtors 53nd annual convention at the scenic and historic Omni Mount Washington...

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

0 Woman's dream job at NH firm's Apple sapphire factory lasted one day

0 Apple posts record profits, silence on NH sapphire partner left in ruins

0 Chichester planners look at means to interdict speedy commuters in village center

0 Portsmouth mayor tells governor of concerns regarding recent train derailments

0 Neighbors concerned about possible wood chipping at biomass plant

1 Man who bet it all and lost on Apple supplier writes heartbreaking letter

0 Low income home heating aid distributed by feds, NH to receive $23.2M

0 Groveton selectmen split on supporting former mill workers bid for Northern Pass aid

0 Brown meets with Hampton mom facing 'shock' of electric rate hikes

0 Dartmouth College wins dismissal of empoloyee's sexual discrimination claims

0 Estimate: Vermont Yankee shutdown will cost $1.24B

0 Vermont AG Sorrell sues Emerge Family Advocates

0 Oklahoma OKs new vendor for winter standardized testing contract with NH firm

0 Four NH towns tested for MTBE

2 Concord Monitor: Taxpayers can afford $15K to $20K a year per homeless person for housing

0 Some states buck trend of stagnant worker pay

0 People will spend $3B this year to look at leaves in New England

0 New Hampshire regulators could tighten utility affiliate rules

0 Crazy is as crazy does: Pre-dooming the Apple Watch

0 Comcast officially opens customer-support center in Hudson

0 Spilled oil in speedy Piscataqua would make for tricky clean-up

1 Keene defends 30-foot buffer around parking enforcers before NH Supreme Court

0 NH-based Lindt could feel chocolate shortage due to unfolding Ebola horror

0 Ships flying west African flags create fear and confusion in Port of New Hampshire

0 5 execs at Apple sapphire supplier GTAT sold $10M worth of stock in 5 months prior to bankruptcy

Tom Boucher, owner and chief executive officer of Great New Hampshire Restaurants, was recently appointed by the National Restaurant Association Board of Directors to serve as a trustee on its Education Foundation. Boucher will serve for two years beginning Jan. 2, 2015 Read More

Matt Cohen, right, vice president of customer care for Comcast's Greater Boston region, was joined by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Gov. Maggie Hassan as he addressed a crowd gathered at the company's new Hudson customer care center. The Executive Drive facility is expected to employ 200 workers by year's end and hiring has been ongoing.

Comcast call center expects to continue adding jobs in Hudson


Five months after announcing their move to a Hudson office park, Comcast officials are predicting continued growth at their new customer support center.

Stocks end higher despite drag from IBM


Stocks ended higher on Monday on investor hopes for a strong earnings season, but IBM’s disappointing results limited gains.

Fannie, Freddie to accept lower down payment mortgages


Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are close to allowing consumers to buy a home with as little as a 3 percent down payment and still have the mortgages backed by the two agencies.

Members from the Woman to Woman Coalition and the Post-Landfill Action Network landed $25,000 grants from the Entrepreneurs Foundation of NH Thursday night at Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton.

Two nonprofits receive a 'quick' $25,000 after pitch


Leaders from seven nonprofits pitched their passions to the Entrepreneurs Foundation of New Hampshire (EFNH) in three minutes flat to secure $25,000 grants for their organization.

Paul P. Baard's Motivation Matters: Performance reviews are a motivational opportunity


The dreading has already begun at businesses and nonprofits across the land. For many, the annual performance review is coming up. My survey of employed MBA candidates some years back found that the...

Big step forward for Littleton outdoor footwear manufacturer


For the same reasons that originally brought it to town — a skilled workforce and a great location among them — Kamik, a leading manufacturer of outdoor footwear, has announced plans to...

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