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The CEO of BlackBerry seeks out people who had failed when looking for candidates to hire. Find out why here.
W.H. Bagshaw Company was recently named a U.S. Small Business of the Year, by the NH division. Read more here.
Navigating the world of patents can be vital to the success of any tech startup. Read more here.
Starbucks is temporarily closing more than 8,000 stores to undergo racial-bias training in response to an incident in one of its cafes. Read more here.
Check out who and what is in the spotlight in New Hampshire in this week's
The Buzz Online.
|Sustaining Investment in NH’s Future|
|by AnnMarie French|
Focusing on education health, housing and infrastructure.More>>
|A Revolution in Solar Technology?|
Semiconductor nanowires could offer significant efficiency.More>>
|Portsmouth Naval Shipyard to Hire 200|
Job fair set for Monday.More>>
|Values Spur Growth of A&E Coffee and Tea|
|by ROBYN CARON|
Sustainability is the company's chief value.More>>
|CEO Hires People Who Have Failed|
The power of those who have failed before.More>>
|NH SBA’s 2018 Financial Services Champion of the Year|
Boulanger will be recognized at SBA Awards.More>>
|ABC's NH/Vermont Chapter Focuses on Finding Workers|
|by MATTHEW J. MOWRY|
Bridging educators and construction companies.More>>