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>Comcast gives nearly 2,000 NH employees 1,000 bonus, citing tax cutThe nation's freshly minted tax law already is delivering financial returns for some Granite State workers. >Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook: Meet Lindsey Stepp, NH's new chief tax officerLast month, Stepp, 35, was confirmed by the Exeutive Council as the new commissioner of the Department of Revenue Administration - the first woman to hold that post since the agency was established... >18 UNH lecturers received non-renewal letters over winter break DURHAM – The contracts of 18 lecturers in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of New Hampshire were not renewed, and one affected man says he's heartbroken after receiving the news in... >Christopher Thompson's Closing the Deal: NH should be proud of Amazon proposalEven though New Hampshire won't be considered for Amazon's second headquarters, the process our state leaders went through putting together the proposal was well worth it. >Paul Feely's City Hall: Spirit-building ideas for schools include some old favoritesNew Ward 2 school board member David Scannell has proposed a list of ideas he hopes to discuss with school officials in the coming weeks. >Keene State approves 29 voluntary buyouts application period extendedAccording to a letter sent to faculty and staff Thursday, which was obtained by The Sentinel, Treadwell and the college cabinet approved 29 voluntary separation applications Tuesday, 25 of which came... >Liberty Mutual IT cuts leave many out in cold “As a result of a transformation into an Agile organization with self-directed teams with the US Consumers Market, a business decision has been made to reduce staffing levels,” it read. >iCAD lays off 21 employees, nearly 20 of workforceNashua-based iCAD Inc. is laying off 21 employees, or nearly a fifth of its workforce, because it is curtailing its skin cancer treatment offerings, the company revealed earlier this month in a... >NH commission to weigh turnpike privatization bid“Our central thesis,” the letter reads, “is that certain governmental assets including rest areas, Welcome Centers, and the Turnpike itself can generate additional revenue for the... Report: Current fuel trends put New England at risk of rolling blackouts
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