Amanda Loder

Weekend Host/Business Reporter

Amanda Loder reports on business and the economy in NHPR's newsroom, and hosts Weekend Edition. Amanda  joined New Hampshire Public Radio following four years of reporting and hosting at Spokane Public Radio in Washington State. At Spokane Public Radio, she was recognized with regional Edward R. Murrow and SPJ awards for her feature and series reporting. During four years at SPR, she worked her way up from general assignment reporter to featurist, and was ultimately tapped to host All Things Considered. Amanda, a native Iowan, received her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Religious Studies from Lawrence University, and a Master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University.

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NH News
5:04 pm
Wed August 6, 2014

June Foreclosure Numbers Show Steady Improvement

In June, the state saw fewer than 150 foreclosure deeds filed--the first time that's happened since before the recession. That's according to a new report released by the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority.  Foreclosure deeds in June were down 15 percent from May, and 30 percent from June of last year.  Foreclosure auction notices also were also down more than 40 percent from June of 2013.

Politics
3:16 pm
Wed August 6, 2014

U.S. Rep. Kuster Holds Roundtable On Campus Sexual Assault

U.S. Rep Ann McLane Kuster (right) at roundtable with N.H. Sexual Assault Resource Teams Coordinator Kathy Kimball (left).
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Representatives from Dartmouth College, UNH, and advocacy groups joined Democratic Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster for a roundtable discussion about campus sexual assault today.  The event at UNH Law in Concord focused on new legislation introduced in the US Senate.

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Market Basket
8:08 am
Tue August 5, 2014

Market Basket Workers Hold Largest Rally To Date

The scene at the rally in Tewksbury, Mass. on Tuesday.
Roger Wood

An estimated 12,000 Market Basket employees rallied in Tewksbury today, as workers continue to put pressure on the company’s Board of Directors to reinstate ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.

Dave Mansur is the produce manager for the Concord Market Basket on Fort Eddy Road.

He was at today’s rally and joins All Things Considered to talk about what happened.

Can you set the scene of what was happening down in Tewksbury?

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Business and Economy
5:06 pm
Wed July 30, 2014

The Currency: Federal Export Bank Debate Sparks Concerns In N.H.

Michael Boyle runs one of New Hampshire's largest exporters--and is a vocal supporter of the Export-Import Bank.
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The Currency is NHPR's ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

The Biggest Bank You've Never Heard Of

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NH News
2:34 pm
Wed July 30, 2014

Gov. Hassan Says 166 N.H. Businesses Awarded R&D Tax Credit

The state has awarded 166 New Hampshire companies research and development tax credits for 2014.

The Department of Revenue Administration reports that about 40 percent of them went to small businesses.

The R&D tax credit was initially intended to expire after five-years, but making the credit permanent and doubling available funds from $1 million to $2 million had strong bipartisan support in the legislature.

Politics
1:11 pm
Mon July 28, 2014

Hassan Vetoes Workplace Anti-Bullying Bill

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Governor Maggie Hassan has vetoed a bill she called “well-intentioned” aimed at protecting public employees from bullying in the workplace.  

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Business and Economy
4:03 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

The Currency: Biz Reporter Brings N.H.'s Stratospheric Export Numbers Down To Earth

North Dakota's oil boom is having a direct effect on N.H.'s export numbers.
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The Currency is NHPR's ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

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Business and Economy
11:42 am
Wed July 16, 2014

The Currency: How An Exeter-Based Skate Company Is Becoming One Of The Biggest Names In Sports

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The Currency is our ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

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Business and Economy
4:30 pm
Wed July 9, 2014

The Currency: As Paper Industry Folds Across U.S., N.H. Mill Thrives

Monadnock Paper Mills provides paper for special edition DVDs, high-end catalogs, and product packaging.
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The Currency is our ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

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The Currency
5:21 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

The Currency: Nashua Company Scores Contract To Tutor Feds In Foreign Languages

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The Currency is our ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

Fireworks Industry Thrives In N.H. Amid Loose Regulations

Backyard pyrotechnics are a favorite—and legal—way for Granite Staters to celebrate the Fourth of July.  And the fireworks lobby has been fighting to not only keep them legal, but to deregulate them. 

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The Currency
3:11 pm
Wed June 25, 2014

The Currency: Long Time CEO Of King Arthur Flour Steps Down

After 15 years, Steve Voigt is stepping down as CEO of America's oldest flour company.
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The Currency is our ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

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Business and Economy
4:40 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

The Currency: Bay State Solar Company Expands Into N.H.

Industry insiders say solar is poised for huge growth.
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The Currency is our ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

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The Currency
4:29 pm
Wed June 11, 2014

The Currency: Who's Going On The Turkey Trade Mission, And Why They Say It Matters

ROKON owner and president Tom Blais is among the New Hampshire business delegates going on the trade mission to Turkey
Credit Amanda Loder / NHPR

Today we begin a new segment on NHPR called The Currency.  It’s our ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire. 

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Education
6:00 am
Mon June 9, 2014

"Grey's Anatomy" Creator And Alumna Addresses Dartmouth Class Of 2014

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The Dartmouth College alumna who is the creative force behind TV shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” returned to her alma mater to give Sunday’s commencement speech.  Shonda Rhimes spent much of her speech talking about the practical realities of daily life.  She also derided commencement speakers who tell students to dream big.

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Business and Economy
2:13 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

Amid Recovery, Selling N.H.'s Foreclosed Homes Still A Challenge

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New Hampshire’s housing market continues to recover—but slowly.  That’s according to new figures released by the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority today.

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