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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

A Sparrow II, a single passenger, zero-emissions, all-electric vehicle perches atop Mount Washington following its climb up the Mount Washington Auto Road during the 2013 Alt Energy Summit. The summit returns to the Auto Road on Sept. 13 and 14.

Mount Washington Auto Road to host largest gathering of alternative-energy based vehicles in North America

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As all-electric cars become increasingly common, their popularity can be credited in part to events like the Alt Energy Summit, which next month is hoping to bring the largest field of alternative-energy based vehicles in North America to the Mount Washington Auto Road.

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

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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.

2 Tariffs tabled in state energy talks

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

0 State asked to re-evaluate Livermore Falls settlement deal

Opinion

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.
EDITORIAL
NH's educational scholarships live -- for now.
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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...
BY KATIE MCQUAID
A RECENT voicemail suggested I check out a new spa in the city called The Spa Within.
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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...
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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...
EDITORIAL
There is ample reason to hope this state get-rich-quick scheme never gets past the concept stage.
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Without even knowing it, the board has broken a trust with its long-time customers.

GI Plastek President Dan Mills describes the recently completed expansion project at the injection molding plant in Bedford. The new warehouse area has 30-foot ceilings that can accommodate the cranes for larger injection molding presses.

GI Plastek to celebrate opening of new facility Bedford

Federal, state and local elected officials, business leaders, customers, suppliers, company managers and staff are expected to attend an invitation-only grand reopening and reception at the newly...

Joey Salerno, produce manager brings out fresh watermelon slices and has spent 15 years of his 30 years employed at Market Basket as Market Basket gets back to the grocery business, on Elm Street in Manchester on Friday.

Market Basket's Greek tragedy: From start to finish

Ask yourselves how many people have suffered through such family drama resulting in rotting fish, stuffed giraffes, discarded eggs, picketing workers, boycotting customers, the involvement of two...

Demoulas Family Productions

Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook: Market Basket goes Hollywood

So who do you think should play Artie T. in the Market Basket movie?

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.

3 waivers granted for Wayfarer property in Bedford

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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

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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.

0 Globe: Arthur T. says Market Basket will move forward with new store plans

0 NH better than average in gender equality metrics

0 Mother Jones attacks Innis for ties to philanthropist who donated $25M to UNH

0 NH in top 10 for income growth, but only middle of the road in comparative wealth

0 Ex-Exeter coach faces trial for allegedly bilking $1M from widows

0 Everybody out: Manchester self-storage renters displaced by property developers

0 NH firm's sapphire screen for new iPhone may be $100 upgrade says analyst

0 Clarksville man killed in milk tanker rollover in Lunenburg, Vt.

0 Segway pegs hope for business in India on tech-savvy Modi

0 Will Bitcoin continue slide despite positive data?

0 State of the Unions: For Vt. and NH workers, good news and reasons for concern

0 Globe and Mail: UNH professor debunks ten flawed leadership gems

0 Locals reflect on shorter Hopkinton State Fair

0 John E. Sununu: Cash for Clunkers - How bad public policy gets made

0 Hemingway banking on youth, tech savvy in bid for NH governor

0 Bedbugs drive man out of Derry apartment

0 As feds get work under way on NH Jobs Corps center, it's planning to close similar centers across the nation

0 Feds look to take control of river law enforcement in area of new Portsmouth bridge

0 Laconia police chief may ask City Council to ban sale of synthetic cannabinods ('spice')

0 NH Insurance Department: State's individual market grew by 75% thanks to ObamaCare mandates

0 Stranded without high-speed broadband, Salisbury family turns to crowdfunding

0 Downeaster ridership rises in spite of worst-ever delays

0 Pan Am rail causway across Great Bay unsafe says top water advocate

0 Mayor Lister postpones meeting on Portsmouth noise for weeks

0 Tough Row to Go: Kelley's Row owners file lawsuit

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 treatment of women with dense breast tissue. Read More

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 downtowns these days, but this popular downtown is usually full. Read More

Nashua Airport officials are attempting to update the facility's operational procedures, which has caused some uproar in the past several months. Read More

Environmental and geotechnical firm GZA GeoEnvironmental has moved its base of operations in New Hampshire from Manchester to Bedford, expanding its office space and overall presence in the Granite State. Read More

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