LaBelle founder receives award
MUCH AS the “maintenance required” light on our dashboard prompts us to bring the car in for timely servicing, so too might be our response at the start of a new year to attend to getting tuned up.
LONDONDERRY — Dan Lynch, the president of LYMO Construction, started the company in his grandparents’ garage in Arlington, Mass., in 1987. Their first office was above a pizza parlor in Bedford in 1993, and the company has since moved to Hooksett, Manchester, then Merrimack.
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When she graduated from college in 2012, Molly Owen wasn’t in a financial position to move into her own apartment, much less out of Massachusetts, where she was living with her father.
CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu may not like the state’s new law providing electric ratepayer subsidies to wood-burning power plants, but his attorney general will defend the law against a challenge before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Venture capitalist Jamison Hill was momentarily flummoxed by a strappy red garment. Hill, who is accustomed to working behind a desk in a San Francisco high rise, had pulled it out of a bag of strangers’ laundry that he was tasked with sorting, but with strips of fabric in unexpected places,…
Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig named the two retailers and said two or three more businesses were planned as the Sears store gets carved up.
Genia, a health care analytics provider, is headquartered in Harrisburg, Pa., but employs 50 people in the Manchester Millyard.
Starting a job at a new company can be overwhelming. There are a lot of unknowns, and the new person starting really has no clue what to expect, what to do or how to do it.
Big-box retail giant Walmart, long despised by Main Street small businesses for luring their customers to the superstore on the edge of town, is now attempting to bring town-center amenities to its sprawling parking lots in two Washington locations and elsewhere.
During the holidays, many people start to experience the financial stress of everything that accompanies the festivities.
Research firm Cerulli Associates asked 401(k) participants age 45 and older a simple question: “When you retire, what do you plan to do with your savings?”
When Christopher Cacho is home, the 23-year-old data specialist doesn’t do much out of the ordinary. He may run a computer analysis at his desk, play a video game or lie down with a good book.
While a housing crisis rages in high-priced coastal cities, where modest homes can sell for in excess of $1 million, and governments promote affordable-housing options, an entirely different problem is playing out closer to the country’s interior.
Chevrolet introduced its first trucks to customers in January 1918, then 80 years later introduced the Silverado pickup in 1998 as the successor to the long-running C/K line, taking the Silverado name from a previous trim level used from 1975 through 1998.
According to Fire Chief John McArdle, an inspection found there was too much stock in the back of the store that created concerns and needed to be moved.
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. economy added 155,000 jobs in November, falling short of expectations for more robust growth, and the unemployment rate stayed at a 49-year low of 3.7 percent, federal economists reported Friday.
A Massachusetts company this week launched its first aerial cell tower resembling a big blimp from a new research and development center in Fremont.
BEDFORD — The architectural design for a four-story parking garage at the Market and Main project has been approved by town planners, and an undisclosed cinema chain is in the process of being finalized for the development.
GOFFSTOWN — Several New Hampshire business owners say the upcoming Health Insurance Tax will be extremely costly to their companies, and could result in higher prices for their customers.
CONCORD — A high-powered commission failed to endorse moving the start of all public schools until after Labor Day, but submitted a report that offers a “road map” on how to overcome obstacles to the change.
Our age of instant information is served by 100-year-old content rules. That is as it must be because human nature gravitates to those things that look to be of interest.
The share of people working or looking for work is well below 2000 levels for prime-age Americans. But move up the age range and the story changes.
In speaking with local entrepreneurs, a common piece of feedback is that New Hampshire fosters an impressively collaborative business environment, particularly when compared with innovation hubs in other parts of the country.