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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (May 25, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
$200m Berlin prison awarded to N.Y. firms. Brief article 110
'Dem bones. Kibbe, Cindy 258
A global view of the U.S. economy. Norton, William 764
A grant of $8,500 from the TD Banknorth Charitable Foundation has been awarded to The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester to support expansion of the Family Mentor program as well as sponsorship of the 2007 Annual Celebration for Mental Health, to be held on October 29. Brief article 88
A matter of priorities. Brief article 147
Another ex-Enterasys exec settles civil charges. Sanders, Bob 366
Are you racing to the bottom or the top? Bourque, Ron 766
Award-winning photographer Nancy Horton will host a book signing of her latest art photography book 'Portsmouth' at 7 p.m., June 6 at the River Run Independent Book Store in Portsmouth's Market Square. Photograph 84
BIA sets policy roundtables. Calendar 259
Bruss Construction adds 3 employees. Brief article 84
Calendar guys. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 186
Calendar. Calendar 523
CDBG grants awarded. Brief article 178
Child's play. Kibbe, Cindy 145
Children's Museum of Portsmouth. Brief article 99
City rolls out home improvement project. Brief article 88
CRDC'S Cannon to retire. Brief article 117
Creative subdivisions: new strategies for success. Duval, Robert Brief article 222
Disciplinary panel sinks water firm's ethics charges. Sanders, Bob Case overview 1352
DWC program helps firm meet marketing challenges. 445
EPA awards $2m grants in N.H. Brief article 276
F&J tote board. 152
Flatley sells 10 N.H., Mass. shopping centers for $500m. Brief article 114
Four N.H. students awarded $5,000 CEO scholarships. 312
Fuel oil companies' complaints led to the demise of a proposal that would require them to post an insurance bond so customers don't lose money if they go out of business. Brief article 103
Good intentions, bad legislation. Editorial 438
Granite State exports plunge 12.2 percent in February. Simos, Evangelos Otto 743
Grants to aid Nashua homeowners. Brief article 138
History-onics. 331
House bill targets 'deep pockets' in lawsuits. Herrick, Jeanne 807
House panel backs job training funding. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 190
How to get started in pay-per-click advertising. O'Neil, Susan 785
Interstate Electrical Services Corp.'s recent biannual trade show in Billerica, Mass., featured more than 30 exhibitors, including vendors and manufacturing representatives showcasing products from 3M, Milwaukee, Hilt, Milton Cat, Hubbell and Cooper/Hinds. Brief article 97
It's been making the rounds ... 171
Jacobson succeeds Marino at Presstek helm. 229
Keith Frisbee, owner of Energy Resources Group in Farmington, and Cathy Schmidt, president and CEO of Citizens Bank New Hampshire, hold the framed certificate that recognizes the company as the most recent winner of the Not Your Typical Business Award, presented each month by Citizens and New Hampshire Business Review. Photograph 120
Laugh, doc, laugh. Morin, Mike 526
Let's be smart about funding N.H. education. Roche, Jim 664
Let's rein in foreclosure predators. Baird, Jonathan P. 581
Luc Monzies, sustainable developer. Stone, Tracie Interview 696
Magdalen College plans Wisconsin expansion. Brief article 180
Manchester District Court Judge John C. Emery has ruled that former congressional candidate Gary Dodds of Rye owes the marketing firm Bedford Granite Group $3,000, plus interest and costs, for consulting/media services incurred during his failed campaign. Brief article 128
Members of Saint Anselm College's Students in Free Enterprise, or SIFE, team show off their 'Rookie of the Year' award, which they won at the recent SIFE National Exposition in Dallas, Texas--a competition that featured 164 SIFE teams. Brief article 98
Memories of New Hampshire primaries past. Cook, Brad Personal account 915
N.H. firm brings intelligence to admissions process. 440
N.H. firm states case against patent reform bill. Kibbe, Cindy 1162
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Brief article 183
New Hampshire's farm economy grows into new role. Kibbe, Cindy 1398
New Ragged Mountain owner plans overhaul. Brief article 114
North Branch completes Squamscott Block framing. Brief article 161
Officials hit the brakes on bike race. Brief article 183
Party-goer. Brief article 88
Portsmouth hotel, conference center plan hits snag. Brief article 185
Portugal wines crafted with big flavors. Kibbe, Cindy Product/service evaluation 688
PSU conference to explore forest economy. Conference notes 298
Q&A with ... airport director Kevin Dillon. Kenny, Jack Interview 1081
Reimbursement cuts assailed by pharmacies. Kibbe, Cindy 661
Rivier breaks ground for library addition. Brief article 233
Rural broadband development rules may aid N.H. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 224
School of thought. Brief article 100
Slattery resigns as real estate commission chief. Brief article 166
Softwood surplus dampens prices. Stone, Tracie 466
State House wrap-up: two health-care mandates gain. Sanders, Bob 685
Stock check. Statistical table 1394
Supporters' falsehoods fuel pro-amendment arguments. Johnson, Scott F. 723
Tetra Tech honored for engineering excellence. Brief article 300
The Manchester Artists Association's Art Affair in the Country will take place on 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 9 at the Harmony Learning Center, 54 Constitution Drive in Bedford. 88
The Palace Theatre in Manchester will host its third annual Kitchen Tour sponsored by Granite State Cabinetry on Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 96
The Thermo Electron-Fisher Scientific merger resulted in the layoff of 250 employees in the new company's first few months, according to Thermo Fisher Scientific's most recent quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 98
Tyco International, whose two top executives were imprisoned for fraud when it was based in New Hampshire, has agreed to pay almost $3 billion to settle class-action lawsuits brought by investors. Brief article 81
UNH honors eCoast Angels founder. Brief article 169
What goes around eventually comes around. Storey-Manseau, Laurie 835
Wood-fired power's other benefit: ash fertilizer. Connelly, Shelagh 349

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