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BNH profiles innovative NH restaurants, asks how immigrants affect economic development; delves into the business side of NH's motorcyle culture, and much much more. Purchase your copy or begin the year with a subscription to BNH today.


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In this Matt Chat, BNH Editor Matthew J. Mowry interviews EventsNH Owner, Heidi Copeland, about the newly launched Made in New England Expo. Watch now.

The State of NH has partnered with College for America (CFA) at SNHU to offer accredited degrees to all 8,000 state employees and their families at $2,500 per year. Learn more here.

April is financial literacy month and Ruth King reveals her "Top 10" dumbest, most stupid and irresponsible things small business owners do. Read the list.

Struggling to find an awesome sales person? BANK W Holdings launches a staffing firm to help businesses. Get the details.

Much of your workforce wouldn't make it through the day without a heavy dose of caffeine, and that's led to a heavy coffee culture in the Granite State. Read Erika Cohen's story here.

While other states are investing millions in early childhood education, NH is losing ground and millions of dollars in federal grants. Read Part 3 in this series.  

Erika Cohen offers a glimpse into the April infrastructure story. It's not just roads and bridges that are dangerous in NH.

Just Post, Like and Selfie Your Way to Dinner Discounts

You know those Facebook friends who irk you because they are constantly posting pictures of what they are eating?

Today's Number Crunch

Who knew?

Too Frugal For Our Own Good

I have a deep respect for Yankee frugality.    

Employers! Stop Breaking The Law!

Career Builder survey says one in five employers is asking an illegal question.

AARP Survey on Granite Staters 50-Plus Show Concerns

Finances just one of the concerns.

Portsmouth-Based Software Company Continues Expansion

Loftware secures new building to accelerate growth.

Seven Contestants Make It to Final Round of adVENTURE Challenge

Contest to build business skills for small businesses in Littleton area.

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