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While the number of Muslims in NH has grown, the struggle to find a fixed place to pray is ongoing as evidenced by an 18 year-long attempt to build a mosque in Manchester. Read the story here.

A recent report finds New England is showing improvements in payroll, home sales and population. Learn more here

Does your office require a doctor's note if you are out sick? That, along with nine other outdated HR policies should be remove from your company handbook today. Read more here.

Soon, NHTI students will have 10 new IT programs available to prepare them for the workforce skills they need. Find out about the new programs here.

Granite State companies are offering their employees commuter benefits, but a lack of public transportation keeps them driving to work alone. Read more.

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.

Botnick Acquisition Development and The Anagnost Companies partner on a new, upscale hotel in downtown Manchester. Learn more about the project here.

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: Norwich Technologies

Harnessing the power of the sun. Read the story here.

North Conway Named a Top Mountain Town

Only town on list from New England.

Building a Mosque in Manchester

Bloomberg Business tells of the struggle.

Colleges Struggle to Meet Mental Health Demands

An uptick in students with mental health issues puts a strain on available services.

Regional Snapshot Shows Improvements

House sales up, payroll up.

The Truth About Sexism

At the Olympics, and at work too.

Profiling Higher Ed Profiles

Company offers strategic planning tools to smaller colleges.

Creating Your Brand as a CEO

Why it matters for your company.

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