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Business owners face several key challenges when it comes to their business, especially when planning their exit. Find out solutions to common issues here.

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

NH tourism official are optimistic about how many visitors will be flocking to the Granite State this summer and how much cash they'll be dropping along the way. Get the details here

The RiverWoods Group announced it will open RiverWoods Durham, the first RiverWoods community outside of Exeter, in late 2019 or early 2020. Find out more here.

Downs Rachlin Martin, a law firm with five offices in Lebanon and Vermont, is launching a new patent competition for startups and early stage companies. Learn more here.

Temperatures are rising, which means summer wardrobes are coming out. Is what you are planning to wear appropriate for the office in the warmer months? Find out here.

Minuteman Health to Form New Health Insurance Entity

The ACA's risk adjustment program significantly contributed to the decision.

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Getting Better Prepared for your Exit
by JOHN HOWE

Get the most out of selling your business.

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NH Public Utilities Commission Approves New Net Metering Regulations

New order effectively removes statewide net metering cap. 

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Families First Brings Primary Care Option to Seabrook

The town previously lacked a primary care practice.

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Eversource to Sell Share of Maine Power Plant for $1 Million

The sale is part of an agreement between Eversource, NH Public Utilities Commission and others.

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The Buzz Online

See who and what is in the spotlight.

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One Step Closer to Robots Taking Over
by JIM REIDY

Employers are experimenting with microchips implanted in employees.

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