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Stonyfield rolled out a plan to reduce added sugar across its portfolio of products without compromising taste. Find out how they plan to do it here.

Ever thought someone was a rising star only to watch them fizzle out once they were promoted? Learn how you can effectively identify future leaders here.

The NH Electric Co-op Foundation granted $20,000 to the NH Food Bank in Manchester, which will be dispersed to 33 food pantries across the state. Read more here.

Four NH businesses received technology innovation grants from the New Hampshire Innovation Research Center. Find out who they are here.

Executives at Fortune 100 companies make business decisions by running multiple simulations. You should do the same when planning for your retirement. Learn more here.

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation donated nearly $2.5 million in grants in 2016 with more than half going to the foundations Healthy Food Fund. Learn more here.

Professionals two years on the job are less happy, and more stressed than those still in their first year. Find out how to stay engaged once the initial honeymoon period is over here.

Advanced manufacturing, IT, and the arts are bringing Claremont back to life. Learn more today.

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