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Navigating the world of patents can be vital to the success of any tech startup. Read more here.

Starbucks is temporarily closing more than 8,000 stores to undergo racial-bias training in response to an incident in one of its cafes. Read more here.

Worried a robot will take over your job? Don't fear, most workers are pretty laid back about the idea of robots in the workforce. Read more here.

Check out who and what is in the spotlight in New Hampshire in this week's
The Buzz Online.

HR departments need to practice a delicate balancing act by protecting both the employee and the employer in sexual harassment cases. Read how here.

Patent Tips for Entrepreneurs
by WILLIAM P. O'SULLIVAN

Navigating the world of patents can be vital to the success of an early-stage tech-based startup.

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NH Company's Clothing Tested in Space

Coolcore shirts rocket to the International Space Station

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Arming the world

President's drive to expand weapons exports.

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Supreme Court Weighs in on Online Sales Tax

States missing out on as much as $13.4 billion.

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Correcting the Power Imbalance
by SARAH MATTSON DUSTIN

Embracing strategies to reduce sexual harassment in the workplace.

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Air Quality Improved Per 2018 ‘State of the Air’ Report

Despite improvement health risks remain.

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Starbucks to Temporarily Shut 8,000-Plus Cafes for Bias Training

Chain to shutter cafes for an afternoon.

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