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Ask the Expert: Managing an international team


Having founded PeKu on a bootstrap model, as revenue increased so did the size of my team.


To get a first-hand perspective of where in Easton the proposed Northern Pass transmission project would go, U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte took a hike in the Gingerbread Road area of Easton Thursday and then told a group of pass opponents at Easton Town Hall that the entire transmission line should be buried beneath state roads.

Ayotte says Northern Pass lines should be buried beneath roads


Citing a precedent in New York and echoing a recommendation by the town's Conservation Commission, U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte on Thursday said the Northern Pass transmission project should be entirely buried beneath New Hampshire's roads.

Tariffs tabled in state energy talks


The New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) was looking for a potential vote next month.

Roger Beaudoin says he’s being taxed too much by the town of Goffstown for his solar panels.

1 Without an exemption, Goffstown resident must pay high taxes on solar energy panels

0 State asked to re-evaluate Livermore Falls settlement deal


NH's educational scholarships live -- for now.
IN AN EFFORT to clean up contaminated property in the United States, Congress enacted a comprehensive system of laws and regulations requiring investigation and cleanup of property contaminated with...
A RECENT voicemail suggested I check out a new spa in the city called The Spa Within.
In recent days, some on the political left have celebrated the fact that, due to a change in state law, part-time workers like many of the thousands losing jobs at Market Basket are eligible for...
When someone dies who has been in the public eye, it might be said that he or she was a nice person or a strong leader or a great family person. Rarely is it all three of those things. Rarer still is...
There is ample reason to hope this state get-rich-quick scheme never gets past the concept stage.
Without even knowing it, the board has broken a trust with its long-time customers.
Obamacare includes a rule called the Physician Payment Sunshine Act. It orders companies that make medical products to disclose even bagels they serve doctors and anything valued above $10.
If a manager "criticizes" an employee in private, does that count as "abusive" behavior?

Big smiles as Market Basket customers and workers return

Market Basket workers and customers wore mile-long smiles Thursday after the supermarket chain resumed operating under the leadership of Arthur. T. Demoulas.

Salem Radiology medical director Dr. Robert Hannon shows a molecular breast imaging system to Senator Kelly Ayotte.

New imaging technique available in Salem helps with breast cancer detection

Salem Radiology, in conjunction with Parkland Medical Center, is now the first radiology center in New England to offer a new breast cancer diagnostic technology that helps improve the diagnosis and...

Health centers in Somersworth, Raymond using Obamacare funds to streamline service

Two Seacoast health centers have received federal funding to improve facilities and care.

Stocks lose ground on Ukraine worry

Stocks edged lower on Thursday after the latest tension between Ukraine and Russia snapped the focus of investors back to the volatile region, but economic data helped curb losses.

FairPoint implements final contract offers claiming deadlock in negotiations that union denies

FairPoint Communications Inc. said Thursday it will implement its final contract proposals, saying talks remained deadlocked with two unions after months of negotiations. A union official said talks...

Customer Ed Blais of Manchester celebrates his return to Market Basket while checking out at the downtown Manchester supermarket on Thursday.

Shoppers return steadily to familiar Market Basket stores

By mid-morning, store parking lots that have been empty for the past six weeks were starting to fill up. Inside, store directors and associates were surrounded by customers eager to shake hands and...

Market Basket deal reached; Arthur T. Demoulas to return

“Effective immediately, Arthur T. Demoulas is returning to Market Basket with day-to-day operational authority of the company,” a joint statement from Market Basket and Demoulas said.

Danish firm's purchase of shuttered plant could bring some jobs back to West Lebanon

A Danish health care company has acquired the former Olympus Biotech plant and has already offered jobs to some of the 120 people laid off when Olympus Biotech shuttered the facility in June.

The Providence by C & B store in downtown Meredith.

Side-by-side empty stores in Meredith, but confidence high on downtown future

For the first time in recent memory, there are two empty stores, side by side, in the downtown area. It might be almost common to see empty storefronts along Main Streets in many of America's...

Manchester Internet provider acquired by N.Y. firm

A New York operator of fiber optics networks is acquiring Internet service provider G4 Communications of Manchester with the hope of adding customers and employees in New Hampshire, a company...

July new home sales disappoint


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

3 waivers granted for Wayfarer property in Bedford


The proposed shopping center at the former Wayfarer Inn property was granted three waivers on Monday night pertaining to the subdivision of the property.

Their condo was destroyed in shooting that claimed Brentwood officer but couple gets bill for dues and fees


Two weeks ago, the couple received a bill from Mill Pond Crossing, the condo association where they had lived for 3 1/2 years before May 12, when Officer Stephen Arkell was shot and killed, and the...

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

1 WMUR pulls conservative group's ad under pressure from Shaheen campaign

0 Globe: The story behind the Market Basket boycott logo

0 Hooksett jet engine plant contributing parts to development of latest Marine Corps heavy-lift copter

0 Peterborough mulls how farmers should be restricted from using their land for tourism

0 ‘Epic’ lawsuit against Stoddard flooring business

0 NHSUPCO: Manchester wins reversal of scrap metal suit on appeal

0 Slideshow: J.D. Salinger’s former New Hampshire home hits market for $679,000

0 Report finds big drop in NH workers' comp payments

0 Novo Nordisk buys NH biotech plant idled in June displacing 120 workers

0 Man killed in Rumford paper mill accident fell 28 feet

0 Will Apple's infatuation with NH firm's sapphire ruin Corning?

0 Treatment center rules introduce concept of satellite locations for medical marijuana

0 Market Basket worker, 94, returns as deal awaited

0 Nearly 1,500 Market Basket employees filed for unemployment

0 Berlin prison official accredited to jail Americans

0 Wheelabrator appeal headed to NH Supreme Court

0 Enterasys Networks buyer loses $16.2M on acquisition costs

0 Portsmouth Gas Light fires bands due to noise gripes

0 Girl Scout survey finds NH is best place in nation to raise girls

0 State orders Swanzey bridge to shut down

0 Market Basket crisis hits disabled workers hard

0 Market Basket owes Newmarket $4,444, its cut from pay-as-you-throw trash bag scheme

0 Judge says Walpole ice cream shop allowed to stay open

0 VFW hires NH direct marketing firm to reverse decline in membership

0 Portsmouth nannies mull use of cameras to up speeding ticket revenue

Stocks drift to another record in light trading


Stocks were little changed on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 creeping up to another record closing high in a lethargic session, though a number of retail stocks traded heavily after reporting results.

Complaints withdrawn on Livermore Falls settlement


A group that had protested a $160,000 negotiated settlement between the state and Groton Wind, LLC, that would benefit the Livermore Falls project has withdrawn its complaints against the plan.

Multiple reports say deal reached for Arthur T. to buy Market Basket


A deal to sell the Market Basket chain to Arthur T. Demoulas for more than $1.5 billion has been reached, several news outlets reported late Wednesday night. According to the Boston Globe, the deal...

Reports: Market Basket doomsday plan would shutter 61 of 71 stores if deal not struck soon


The roller-coaster known as Market Basket entered a new phase with reports swirling Wednesday that the supermarket's board of directors discussed a contingency plan to shutter 61 of the chain's 71...

Fran Raudonis of Francestown checks expiration dates on egg cartons marked half-off at the Market Basket in Bedford on Tuesday.

Market Basket: Waiting for a deal to be finalized for Arthur T to buy controlling stake


Workers threw out 350 dozen eggs Tuesday at the year-old Market Basket store in Bedford, where overall sales are down 94 percent.

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