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Could 80 million jobs be lost by 2027? On the horizon is a technology tsunami poised to destroy millions of jobs. Read more.

It is time to overcome Millennial stereotyping and begin thinking about how your organization can leverage individuals differences to become more innovative. Learn more.

Thinking about selling your home? Now is a good time as a tight housing market is sending prices up. Read more.

Do your employees love their jobs, have great benefits, get treated fairly and take pride in the work they do? If so, you should be applying for Best Companies to Work For. Click here to apply.

This budget season has seen revenue grow more quickly than anticipated. Read more.

Jake Reder of Celdara Medical received the SBA's NH Small Business Person of the Year award. Discover the rest of the small business award winners here.

 

Thanks to the Sullivan County TRAILS program, the county jail now has one of the lowest recidivism rates in the state. Read more.

NH's New Leadership: Kim Mooney
by MELANIE PLENDA

President, Franklin Pierce University

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Foxx Life Survives an Economic Roller Coaster
by MATTHEW J. MOWRY

Diversifying helped this company conquer the ups and downs.

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Could 80 Million Jobs Be Lost by 2027?
by ED HESS AND KATHERINE LUDWIG

And could your job be one of them?

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BNH Announces Business Leader of the Year

As well as nine Businesses of the Year.

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NH's New Leadership: Edward Fox
by MELANIE PLENDA

General Manager, Hanover Food Co-op

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Barbershop Boasts Vintage Vibe
by SCOTT MURPHY

Lucky's Barbarshop & Shave Parlor in Concord takes patrons back to the past.

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Ending Generational Stereotyping at Your Business
by WILLIAM A. SCHIEMANN

How to move past misconceptions about younger workers.

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