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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (August 4, 2006)

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'Budgets should be built from the bottom-up'. Lynch, John H. 536
'RAD'-ical game. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 267
2006 N.H. Antiques show. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 272
A 'poor, dumb builder' and his blueprint for success. Kenny, Jack Biography 1284
A real soaking: Pennichuck seeks 43% rate hike. Brief article 237
Adhemar Baptiste, a Canadian man who pleaded guilty to defrauding elderly widows and widowers in the United States in an international telemarketing scheme, has been sentenced in federal court in New Hampshire to over six years in prison. Brief article 89
Agenda items: BIA issues results of business forums. Dornin, Chris 387
B&Bs for GLBT travelers. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 217
Bush's cut-and-run strategy won't work in Iraq. Rubens, Jim 635
Business failure can lead to future professional success; don't look at it as a personal failure. Willax, Paul Column 636
Business tops agenda of Telecom & Broadband Summit. 651
Calendar. 627
CLF threatens to sue Agri-Mark, Pike. Brief article 132
Close but no cigar. Brief article 106
Concord building earns LEED Silver certification. 576
DHMC, Concord Hospital listed among 'Most Wired'. Survey 363
Effects of a school closing. Kibbe, Cindy 510
F&J Tote Board. 166
Fakes and pains: how to stop worker comp fraud; estimates of fraud-related losses range as high as $5 billion. Marr, John 773
Firm leases ex-Enterasys plant. Brief article 105
Firm sues ex-employee over lost business. Sanders, Bob 467
Firm taps world markets with high-performance exports. 597
Flexibility marks today's long-term care insurance. Hug, Hans, Jr. 716
Future construction contracts fall in June; but nonresidential construction numbers rise slightly. Stone, Tracie 319
Goffstown firm 'really makes a difference'; Brown Graphix, community benefit from owner's longtime ties. Stone, Tracie Biography 869
Granite State exports hit an all-time high; in the first quarter of 2006, N.H. firms shipped abroad goods and services valued at 4.7 percent of gross state product. Simos, Evangelos Otto 762
Group ditches Merrimack retail center appeal. Brief article 207
Her name is Lola ... Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 272
High court hears Greenland subdivision case. Brief article 175
Hynes-sight is 20-20. Brief article 204
Judge OKs some Riverstone legal fees. Sanders, Bob Brief article 171
Keeping councilor. Brief article 286
Lost River Gorge: A great find. Stone, Tracie 927
Million dollar deals. Table 1541
Minding the store--from anywhere. Stone, Tracie 855
Moving on: Jacobs to leave trade center post. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 176
N.H. colleges prepare for a possible pandemic. Kibbe, Cindy 1197
Nashua's concerns: housing, health care top concerns in area. Brief article 244
New Hampshire Bankers Association. Brief article 103
New Hampshire needs every kilowatt. Seiler, Farrell S. 672
New joint nursing program a matter of degrees. Bernstein, Hattie 480
Owner of N.H. hospitals in giant LBO. Feingold, Jeff 299
Patriot CEO chairs Tri-City Expo. Brief article 239
Petition promotes "open MLS" in Maine. Brief article 126
Portsmouth condo group, developer settle lawsuit. Brief article 124
Project foes sue Concord developer. Brief article 144
Protecting data in the mobile business universe. 509
Q&A with ... economic development director Stuart Arnett. Kenny, Jack Interview 1165
Reconstructing the highway amendment. Andrews, John B. Letter to the editor 359
Release expected of federal prison EIS. Brief article 101
Seasoning mix creator's plans as big as all outdoors. Stone, Tracie 1094
Service Credit Union. Brief article 96
State computer upgrade seen as saving millions; a new accounting system and easier access for citizens will be the result of a massive computer system overhaul. 376
State suspends Hilton contractor. Brief article 192
Stock check. Statistical table 1379
The 'Nevada effect' remains to be seen. Cook, Brad 909
The fine line between networking and dating. Renfield, Hesh 402
The Maine Revenue Services has mailed letters to upper-income taxpayers reminding them that they're obliged to pay the state' use tax on out-of-state purchases. Brief article 85
The New Hampshire Tax 'Em tournament. Editorial 430
Tyco International is looking to add workers to its payroll after suffering through four turbulent years. Brief article 86
What's in a name? Nashua firm: we're not the bad Windmill. Brief article 311

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