N.H. Bank Not Allowed To Pay Back TARP; BAE Considers Merger; Local Real Estate Agent Accused Of Discrimination
New Hampshire’s Business And Economic News In Brief
New Customers Flock To N.H.‘s Dyn After GoDaddy Outage – New Hampshire customers of Web hosting behemoth GoDaddy may have been burned by its widespread service outage on Monday, but one Granite State company reaped some benefits from it. NHBR
Monadnock Bank Says Feds Won’t Take Back TARP Money – Monadnock Community Bank of Peterborough wants to pay back its loan under the federal Troubled Asset Relief Program so it can complete its merger with GFA Federal Credit Union, but it can’t, according to bank President William M. Pierce Jr. That’s because the federal government has told the bank to keep its money, for now. NHBR
Concord Real Estate Agent Accused Of Discrimination – A Concord real estate agent has been charged with violating the federal Fair Housing Act for allegedly refusing to rent to families with children, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s New England regional office in Boston.
The Union Leader
Potential BAE Merger Would Have Uncertain Effect – The news that BAE Systems is considering a merger with the parent company of Airbus has raised a lot of questions about any possible effect on Nashua’s Electronic System division – questions, but no answers yet. The Nashua Telegraph