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'Tis the season to be giving. New Hampshire was ranked the most generous state in New England. Learn more about what we give here.

Millennials have a reputation for ditching nine-to-five jobs for entrepreneurship. Read why that's not true here.

When your company tops 150 employees, everything changes. Read about it here.

Over 400 new snow guns will cut energy costs and increase snow making at Cannon Mountain. Read about it here.

Is your company financially sound and active in the community? Is your CEO a great leader? Apply today for the 2017 Business and Business Leader of the Year Awards.

The owners of the Cog Railway want to build a hotel partway up Mount Washington. Read about it here.

There are reasons to rethink how you speak to the team starting with revamping your metaphors. Learn more here.

Advanced manufacturing, IT, and the arts are bringing Claremont back to life. Learn more today.

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