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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (September 15, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
"Honey, the VCs shrunk my company!". Gurau, Michael 928
'Edge Cities' helps define southern New Hampshire: what a classic book on suburbanization has to tell us. Norton, Bill Book review 590
18th Annual Tricity Expo. 338
A Pleasant View of the arts. Brief article 252
Alexandria: A recent decision handed down by the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control that says plans for modernizing a New Hampshire biomass energy plant qualify as a Class 1 renewable energy source could breathe new life into the Alexandria wood-burning plant. Brief article 115
Anatomy of an editorial writer. Editorial 282
Bottomline Technologies. Brief article 96
Bruss renovates NHADA, Fenwood Commons. Brief article 108
Business services and commercial lending from Granite State Credit Union. 257
Calendar. Calendar 1001
Cash is king. 239
Claremont rulings are like a fast-food menu. Mosca, Ed 723
College presidents have a major impact on N.H. Cook, Brad 768
Commercial & industrial real estate: for sale. Table 6665
Concord: Employees in several New Hampshire state agencies are reportedly gathering signatures to to break away from the state employees union in a dispute over having non-union employees pay a portion of union dues. Brief article 84
Congressman Charlie Bass joined representatives of USDA Rural Development, the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, the Community Development Finance Authority, Southwestern Community Services and others at the groundbreaking to mark start of work on 20 units of senior housing in Alstead. 84
DWC programs open doors, opportunities. Brief article 237
Emerging young entrepreneur: a monthly recognition of business owners under 30 who are building and leading dynamic businesses. Stone, Tracie Interview 762
F&J Tote board. 167
Fourth "WomenBiz" set for Sept 25. 220
Fourth N.H. diversity conference set for Sept. 19. 216
Future construction contracts down in N.H. Stone, Tracie Brief article 245
Gear up for another season of arts in N.H. Kibbe, Cindy Calendar 933
Get a "Best Buy" designation for your company: objective information, like the kind found in 'Consumer Reports,' provides a firm with valuable benchmarking data. Bourque, Ron 689
Gift of gab. 94
Goodbrain Academy: a good idea. Nadeau, Crystal Brief article 260
Greater Concord has it all. 462
Greater Manchester Chamber: 95 and still working full-time. 433
Grinning Moon helps you get noticed. Brief article 248
Have you shared a merlot with your robot today? Morin, Mike 486
Here's mud in your pocketbook: North Conway businesses, nonprofits have learned to love the annual Mud Bowl. Kenny, Jack Event overview 1155
Hillsboro: Leigh Bosse, a former House majority leader, judge and Republican candidate for state Senate and governor, is facing criminal charges and possible loss of his law license for forging real estate documents, records show. 114
Hot Laps company outings are a winner. Brief article 222
Human rights and film. Brief article 309
Ignore the signs: unthinking compliance with the 'behavior police' can undermine your efforts as an entrepreneur. Willax, Paul 720
It's been making the rounds ... 108
Joshua Mesmer and Christopher Mohan, owners of Expert Oil X Change were honored last month as the most recent winners of the Emerging Young Entrerpreneurs, or EYE, Award from Centrix Bank and New Hampshire Business Review. 85
Judd Gregg's troubling disregard of free speech. Cohen, Burt 615
Judge backs attachments in Foss bankruptcy. Sanders, Bob Brief article 231
Keeping employees healthy can lower costs. Brief article 250
Keeping your N.H. business growing: welcome to the 18th Annual TriCity Business Expo! Vailas, Nick Brief article 274
Manchester: Kimon Zachos, a shareholder with the Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green law firm, has been named the 2006 outstanding volunteer leader in philanthropy by the board of directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals--Northern New England Chapter. 116
Merrimack: Customers of the Pennichuck Water Company would pay more for their water under a preliminary agreement allowing for a 14.4 percent rate increase. Brief article 90
Money pitfalls: how much do court battles, restrictions add to home-construction costs? Kenny, Jack 1587
N.H. housing prices cooling off. Brief article 200
N.H. students have highest college debt burden. Stone, Tracie 275
NH opinions: the shame of Concord's inaction. 390
NHBR: The Granite State's business resource. 351
North Branch completes 2 Dartmouth projects. Brief article 199
Now hear this! Brief article 175
OSHA unveils inspection plans for 2006. 316
Pay for performance: fisher scientific backs exec payouts. Sanders, Bob Brief article 234
PC Connection offers broad selection and award-winning service. Company overview 237
People with disabilities: an untapped workforce. Brett, James 766
Pierce program takes new approach to law. Kenny, Jack 1308
Portsmouth Lewis M. Feldstein, president of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, has been presented with the Lasting Difference Award from the Demont Difference Fund. Brief article 95
Pressing matters. Brief article 127
Program to focus on O&D liability. 216
Q & A with ... technology executive Craig Peterson. Kenny, Jack Interview 1214
Report finds growing wage inequality in N.H. 551
Roaring '20s, roaring laughter. 134
Roy Duddy, director of the New Hampshire Business Resource Center, joins Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas, center, and Dave Halquist, president of Vermont Electric Cooperative, in announcing the upcoming installation of a power turbine in Beeches Falls, Vt., that will reduce energy costs for the Ethan Allen plant there by 20 percent. 99
School choice: Plymouth State adds cage-free eggs to menu. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 199
Standex International Corp. Brief article 92
State's new anti-discrimination law targets nonprofits. Stevens, Charla Bizios 800
State-of-the-art operating suites taking shape at CMC. 717
Stock check. Statistical table 1627
Stratham: Francisco Partners, a technology-focused private equity fund, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Vitronics Soltec from Dover Technologies International, a subsidiary of Dover Corp. Brief article 83
TFM project earns Plan NH award. Brief article 242
The 'Moose Bank': a refreshing alternative. 493
The Greater Nashua Chamber: your gateway to opportunity. 517
The New Hampshire Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants. Brief article 105
The puck stops here. 277
Tricity Expo exhibitor list. Directory 4205
Under investigation: Riverstone probe still alive, says ex-director. Sanders, Bob 244
Unitil drops request to change benefits accounting: the utility sought to use a practice untried in N.H. Kibbe, Cindy 622
What does pension reform mean for your firm? The Pension Protection Act of '06 radically changes the way plans are funded. Phillips, David H. 1171
Where have all the big public companies gone? Sanders, Bob 1908
Zoning in on architecture. Sares, Ted 454

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