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August 2014

In this issue, BNH features the truth behind NH's export numbers. NH's top family-owned businesses, changes in drug laws and our special report on education, "Cap & Gown." Order your copy or subscribe to BNH today.

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A pillar of the business community passes. Gary Long will be missed by many. Click here for his obituary.

Because of increased concern as to whether NH can keep its college grads, BNH explored where some 2014 graduates are headed. The series runs online August 8 through August 25. Here's an example.

Because of increased concern as to whether NH can keep its college grads, BNH explored where some 2014 graduates are headed. The series runs online August 8 through August 25. Here's an example.

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: SilverTech

This company is neither a technology firm nor a marketing agency. It's both–and more. For the story, click here.

Associate Editor Erika Cohen unveils the truth behind NH’s export growth in her story for the August issue. Get a sneak preview of the story here.

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: Cirtronics

Years ago, Gerardine Ferlins was a social worker committed to helping people reach their fullest potential. For the story, click here.

As part of our annual Salary Report, BNH took a look at the state of the state's working poor. Read the story here.

BNH Seeks Top Companies

If your company is a stand out, let NH know. 

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Small Businesses See Economic Rebound But Move Cautiously

41% plan to add new employees, up slightly from 39% in April.

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NH's Class of 2014 – Lindsey St. Louis

Where are NH's graduates heading?

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That’s So 1984

1984 marked our first full year of publication and to celebrate we’re taking a look back.

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Today's Number Crunch

Did you know?

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NH's Class of 2014 – Amy Oldenquist

Where are NH's graduates heading?

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Manchester Eateries Band Together to Promote Downtown
by Mikhaila Ruth

Keeping your colleagues close and your competitors closer.

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