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Elliot Health System appointed Gary Muller as Interim CEO. Learn more about Muller and his  40+ years of experience in health systems here.

Every Monday, BNH brings you who's doing what in NH. Find out what the buzz is all about in this week's The Buzz Online.

Think the North Country is just a winter destination? Think again. ATVs are revving the North Country economy and leading a regional trend to take tourism beyond winter. Read more.

People in the woods have long worn orange to signal they are not a target for hunters. Now hunters are using orange to signify when their firearm chambers are empty. Learn more here.

The concepts of work and the workplace are being redefined due in large part to the growing gig economy. See how apps are largely responsible for this shift here.

Most organizations struggle with office politics, especially small businesses. The good news is, navigating office politics doesn’t have to be complex. Find out how here.

Van McLeod, commissioner of the state Department of Cultural Resources and a true champion for the arts in NH, has passed away.  

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: Moonlight Meadery

Nothing less than delight will do. Read the story here.

Workplace Discrimination: $64 Billion in Lost Revenue

Or is it more like $2 trillion?

SNHU Named a “2016 Great College to Work For”

Only NH school on list since awards began in 2008.

Logistics a Growing Industry in Southern NH

Southern NH a home base to access regional customers.

Elliot Health System Names Interim CEO

Gary Muller brings 40 year of experience to the job.

Jack Donovan to Retire from Business Finance Authority

Executive director  to step down at end of 2016 after 23 years.

Currier Museum Names New Leader

Alan Chong has international museum background.

Families First Receives $50,000 Grant

Money to help those with chronic illness.

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