Thursday, June 04, 2020

I was sitting in a presentation reviewing software solutions with a client, and it dawned on me that any of these products would work great. The sheer technology leaps we have made are truly astounding – so many ideas, quickly brought to market, and this is only the beginning.

Wednesday, June 03, 2020

MANCHESTER — Aldermen voted Tuesday to table a request from the New Hampshire Fisher Cats to adjust the terms of the team’s Management and Operations Agreement with the city, after the team’s owner forecast a loss of approximately $2 million for the minor-league organization if the 2020 base…

WASHINGTON — U.S. private payrolls fell less than expected in May, suggesting layoffs were abating as businesses reopen, though the overall economy’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will be slow.

Tuesday, June 02, 2020
Monday, June 01, 2020
Sunday, May 31, 2020

With many University of New Hampshire students and recent graduates unable to experience summer internships or begin jobs due to COVID-19, the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at UNH is inviting startups, established businesses and nonprofit organizations to participate in cor…

Saturday, May 30, 2020

ARE YOU withdrawing from your IRA or 401(k) because you must, due to “RMD” rules? RMDs (required minimum distributions) are mandated by the tax laws. They apply to “owners” of an IRA or 401(k), beginning when they are in their 70s (age 72 if you were born after June 30, 1949; age 70½ if you …

Friday, May 29, 2020

CONCORD – Gov. Chris Sununu poured over detailed guidelines for reopening economic sectors from restaurants, retail stores and state parks to golf courses, campgrounds and hair salons while he put the finishing touches on his "flex open" plan that he will present to New Hampshire Friday.

GILFORD — A U.S. Department of Labor inspector has questioned Gunstock Mountain Resort’s practice of allowing teen ski instructors to assist students onto ski lifts, maintaining that by lowering the safety bar, the instructors are effectively “operating” the lift.

New Hampshire will receive nearly $1.2 million as part of a 50-state, $575 million settlement that Wells Fargo Bank has made to resolve claims the bank violated consumer protection laws.

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