New Hampshire’s Business News for April 21

A look at today’s top business headlines, including: Kinder Morgan suspends NED pipeline, Lawmakers seek Phillips Exeter probe, PillPack expands, Scribe Software moves, Plymouth State faculty vote for a union

Kinder Morgan suspends plans for NED pipeline The controversial Northeast Energy Direct pipeline won’t be coming through New Hampshire.  – KEENE SENTINEL

$300K grant will help Froling Energy expand A N.H. Public Utilities Commission grant of $300,000 to help Froling Energy expand its manufacturing facilities for precision dry wood chips has been approved by the Governor’s Council. – MONADNOCK LEDGER

PillPack expands to 80,000k square feet at Waumbec Mill Online pharmacy expects to add another 100 jobs in 2016. – N.H. BUSINESS REVIEW

Scribe Software moves to Manchester Millyard space Scribe Software has relocated its headquarters to a 23,000-square-foot space on the top floor of 150 Dow St. in the Manchester Millyard. – N.H. BUSINESS REVIEW

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