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Are you in the restaurant industry? Then you may want to advertise in BNH. Fully 53 percent of our readers dine out one to three times per week! Call your account executive today.

Here's something that may give you pause. BNH readership results are in and it turns out 10 percent of our readers still carry student debt.

Despite industry changes, energy questions linger. Writer Rebecca Mahoney takes a look at the changes in NH's energy market and the challenges and opportunities for the future. Click here for the story.

Chris Williams was named one of 25 Leaders for the Future by BNH in 2009. He continues to wow us as president and CEO of the Nashua Chamber. Read what he's up to now.

Employers with the best of intentions for their workplace somtimes run afoul of the law. Read the story here.

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: Felton Brush

Felton Inc. has experienced many milestones since its establishment in 1852. Read more.

25 Leaders for the Future Revisited

Mary Ellen Jackson

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Sustainability A Common Thread Among Two Portsmouth Entrepreneurs
by MARK QUIRK

Two join forces to blend services and sustainability.

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The False Promise of Falling Prices

It's easy to be fooled by recent headlines.

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25 Leaders for the Future Revisited

Matt Cookson

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Tech Sector Bleeding Jobs

Twenty-one percent of all job cuts in 2014 are tech jobs.

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Blending Natural Resources & Economic Development
by CAMERON WAKE, CURT GRIMM, AND ALEXANDRA THORN

New Hampshire's beauty supports NH two ways.

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Falling Oil Prices Cost Jobs

Spell boon times elsewhere.

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