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Other lessons from the fair — managing conflict


I love the Deerfield Fair! Funnel cakes, lobster rolls and bacon on a stick! What's not to love! Plus I found a great metaphor to illustrate some of the ways in which people respond to change in last...


Opposition lines up against new Alexandria wind plant proposal


Though the state has not yet officially received an application for a five-town wind energy plant from Portuguese wind-power developer EDP Renewables, groups opposed to wind projects in the Cardigan Mountain-Newfound Lake area are lining up against the already announced “Spruce Wind” project.

This photo was taken on October 23, 2011 in Osprey Landing, Portsmouth, NH, US, using a Nikon D7000.

PSNH's rate request puts it lower than competitors, a reversal from last year


Public Service of New Hampshire submitted its rate request for the next six months on Monday, with the smallest increase among all four of the state’s regulated electric utilities.

More than 200 people turned out at a meeting Saturday morning at the Mason Elementary School to hear more about a proposed gas pipeline that would run through the town.

0 Pipeline meeting in Mason draws big crowd

1 Kinder Morgan reveals route for pipeline at Milford meeting

1 Nature vs. man: Keeping the lights on


The notion that public opposition is stalling much-needed energy projects in New England has gotten a lot of attention lately.
Manchester aldermen need to rethink the city's taxi regulations.
What if Manchester's new Walmart does create a traffic nightmare?
Commuter rail would be great for NH business.
Some of the signs around Manchester just don't make much sense.
New Hampshire was once the envy of the region and the nation. From the 1970s to the 1990s, New Hampshire's rapid job growth, which was aided by low taxes and reasonable business costs, attracted...
Don't buy the Internet myth about labor and productivity.

Uber driver Ryan Fallon told the Portsmouth Taxi Commission on Wednesday that the service he provides through Uber is a safe one.

Taxi owners demanding Uber cease and desist

A local cab driver has a simple message for Uber: cease and desist. Market Square Taxi owner Doug Cormier suggested the city issue that order to stop the ride share service from operating in the city.

Bill Stone, left, and Bill Greiner are among those launching a new bank in Bedford.

Restaurant owner, ex-gov. among new bank backers

The co-owner of T-Bones and Cactus Jack's restaurants wants to open the first new bank in New Hampshire in seven years with a board of directors that includes former Gov. John Lynch.

The new U.S. headquarters of High Liner Foods Inc., in Portsmouth.

High Liner Foods opens new U.S. headquarters at Pease Tradeport

High Liner Foods Inc. has opened a new U.S. headquarters at Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth, transferring 110 employees from Massachusetts.

Innovations abound at UNH event

The statewide 2014 Social Venture Innovation Challenge culminated at the University of New Hampshire on Monday evening.

Ride-sharing Uber official says company wants to work with city

An Uber executive told city aldermen on Tuesday that the ride-sharing company is not “anti-regulation” and looks forward to working with officials to establish a “permanent...

Good news, of sorts, for jobs in NH

The state Division of Employment Security released its monthly employment update on Tuesday, with good news on the surface but a troubling 10-year trend beneath the statistics.

BAE to purchase Texas-based firm

BAE Systems is trying to boost its business in the surveillance and intelligence-gathering sector with the purchase of a Texas-based company for $28 million.

Steve Duprey, left, with U.S. Rep.-elect Frank Guinta, speaks about the potential impact of a National Labor Relations Board decision could have on local franchise owners. Duprey is a franchise owner of four hotels in Concord.

Franchise owners wary of pending labor board decision

A labor board’s pending decision could impact an array of local franchises in New Hampshire, according to business people who asked U.S. Rep.-elect Frank Guinta for support Tuesday.

NH Business Newsreel: Monopoly lottery game to end

Sales of the “Monopoly Millionaires’ Club” lottery game will end Dec. 26 across the country, including New Hampshire, lottery officials said Tuesday.

Stocks fall, led by tech and discretionaries

Stocks fell for a third day in a volatile session Tuesday, led by declines in consumer discretionary and technology shares, while another drop in the Russian rouble added to worries about the global...

Home ownership is not for everyone


The Mortgage Professor: Homeownership is not for everyone

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


0 Ex-UBS $104m whistleblower living in NH can't move to Europe

0 Adam Sandler: After Sony leak, is ‘Happy Gilmore’ net worth suffering?

0 Study calls for $500M for NH airport improvements

0 NH hockey team moving to Maine could be worth at least $1 million in economic activity say city officials

0 State official teach businesses how to benefit from titanic federal spending

0 NH boasts nation's third best drivers

0 Interested parties await state's next move towards opening dispensaries

0 Ariz. plant's future unknown as court OKs Apple, GT settlement

0 Keene official critical of PSNH trimming to protect lines claiming some of town's finest trees

0 Portsmouth seniors complain about city parking crackdown

0 Bottomline Technologies Inc. (EPAY) hits new 52-week low

0 Gorham Paper and Tissue removes fires CEO

0 WSJ: New Hampshire businessman files to set up rare new bank

0 Unity board pursues suit against architect

0 Nashua’s Law Warehouse, Liquor Commission and Exel back in court as case presses on

0 Tuck School prof. releases his best and worst CEOs of 2014

0 New views on Rye Town Hall from interior designer Margo Villandry

0 Locals dismissive of Calif. company's labeling of Laconia as 'dangerous'

0 Mass. fines NH business $200K for not spending more on labor at public works projects, bars it from bidding

0 Jaffrey: Crotched abuse trial sees delay

0 Walmart deal for bandages means jobs at Pease Tradeport

0 Fitzwilliam selectmen make move to block pipeline

0 Christmas tree shopping: Cost vs. convenience

0 Northrop Grumman lands $21.6M contract for LCS mission packages

0 NH gas turbine maker FlexEnergy rewarded for growth with investment

Ameriflight LLC said Friday that is has finalized and closed the acquisition of Wiggins Airways Inc., the Manchester-based regional carrier of overnight air cargo. Read More

Wal-Mart has started tearing down the Associated Grocers warehouse site in south Manchester, and the company plans to have its long-delayed Supercenter open on the site in early 2016, the retail giant said Wednesday. Read More

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