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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (October 27, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
'Useful idiots' dance to court's Claremont tune. Mosca, Ed 637
Agreement clears way for Concord homes. Brief article 172
Art of the Holiday Stroll. Kibbe, Cindy 239
Biomass power plant gains. Brief article 193
Building your business in a rural community. Gurau, Michael 836
Calendar. Calendar 752
Caps off to Coburn. Brief article 88
Catapult, the Seacoast's first networking group specifically dedicated to young professionals, will announce its launch with a Nov. 8 event at The Sports Page in Portsmouth. 172
Coburn understands judiciary's role. Mirski, Paul 417
Concord: the U.S. Small Business Administration is seeking nominations for the 2007 New Hampshire Small Business Person of the Year award and other small business champion honors. 160
Dartmouth grad donates $1m to help tech students. Brief article 286
Day in court looms for execs of Cabletron's largest remnant. Sanders, Bob 1915
Dinner, a play and history. Stone, Tracie 945
Dover: Goss International has won a contract to supply The New York Times with the largest single press ever manufactured at the company's Dover and Durham facilities. 105
Empty Merrimack building fills up. Brief article 187
EPA honors Osram Sylvania plant. Brief article 160
F&J tote board. Brief article 166
Heath-Coburn radio link fuels mistrust in media. DeJoie, John 755
ING to pay New Hampshre state workers $2.75m. Sanders, Bob 823
It's been making the rounds ... Brief article 133
Jessica Garofoli, owner, Garofoli's fine food, wines & cheeses. Stone, Tracie Interview 811
John B. Sullivan Jr. Corp. Brief article 136
Joint program-brings wellness to the workplace; Patriot Healthcare, Comp-Sigma use worker comp loss-control strategies to cut health-care costs. Sheldon, Ken 876
June Cleaver for president! Kibbe, Cindy Editorial 630
Laconia projects wetlands request OKd. Brief article 149
Lights, camera ... film studio taking shape in Tilton. Brief article 200
Magnificent seven. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 193
Manchester mental health center to aid federal study. Brief article 268
Market maker: liquor commissioner honored for merchandising efforts. Brief article 287
Million dollar deals. Table 878
N.H. listing service in enforcement action. 437
N.H. stuck in 'the crosshairs' of U.S.-Canada softwood deal. Kibbe, Cindy 1523
New CEO named at TD Banknorth. Brief article 379
New Presstek product honored. Brief article 104
NHBR honors business excellence. Kibbe, Cindy Awards list 491
NHTI-UNH program boosts bachelor's degree in nursing; under an agreement, participating students will be admitted to NHTI's nursing program and conditionally admitted to the B.S. program for registered nurses at UNH. Brief article 310
Obama's odds. Brief article 116
Of stagecoaches and Segways. Kibbe, Cindy 338
Officer's tragic killing renews focus on death penalty. Cook, Brad 820
Pease Development Authority disciplines ports director. 561
Pennichuck chief gets raise, incentive. Sanders, Bob Brief article 263
Portsmouth: a Rockingham County Superior Court judge recently certified the Bayview Crematorium case as a class-action suit with about 25 plaintiffs and at least five defendants. Brief article 98
Q&A with ... cosmetic dentist Ron Henderson. Stone, Tracie Interview 1061
Report says N.H. employers unprepared for aging workers. Spiller, Karen 1134
Return to sender. Brief article 238
SCORE forms online alliance. Brief article 185
Securities suit: shareholders sue Presstek over stock price. 453
She blinded me with science. Kibbe, Cindy 257
State hopes to block land development. Brief article 185
Stock check. Statistical table 1379
Suit filed over Portsmouth hotel plan. Brief article 242
TD Banknorth. Brief article 115
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats' season may be over, but the baseball team's support of New Hampshire's disadvantaged children is just getting under way. 115
The right sentence for the right man. 391
The state Department of Cultural Resources has unveiled its 2007 Living Legacy Calendar, this year featuring 14 of the more than 250 libraries in New Hampshire. Photograph 125
The stealth campaign. Brief article 134
The Way Home. Brief article 80
Two sides to every aisle. D'Alessandro, William Letter to the editor 295
UNH report says predatory lending worse in rural areas. Report 551
Urban re-renewal: downtowns making a comeback as places to call home. Spiller, Karen 1249
Warner retail proposal returns a third time. Brief article 128
Washington, D.C.: the Federal Trade Commission has approved Thermo Electron Corp.'s purchase of Hampton, N.H.-based Fisher Scientific International Inc. but said that Fisher will have to sell a division that makes equipment for pharmaceutical research labs. Brief article 96
Web site helps firms meet compliance requirements. Brief article 195
WellPoint to unveil Medicare Part D decision tool. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 284
White Mountains unit's IPO price is set; but only 20 percent of the company will be sold off. Sanders, Bob 573

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