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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (October 12, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
2007 Tri-City Expo. Kibbe, Cindy 111
A wake-up call for the U.S. and the presidential candidates. Cook, Brad 800
After shifting the focus of his efforts toward soliciting season tickets and not investors, Nashua homebuilder John Stabile, owner of the Nashua Pride minor league baseball team, says it's now a "better than 50-50" proposition that the team will return for the 2008 season--and possibly beyond. Brief article 137
ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge, Cambridge, Mass., and RFS Engineering, Laconia, N.H., have broken ground on the $24.3 million, 118,000-square-foot Memorial Middle School in Laconia. Brief article 106
Calendar. Calendar 1002
Claremont: the Ice River Spring drinking water company of Canada has announced plans to build a new plant in Claremont. Brief article 94
Cleaning with a reason. Stone, Tracie Brief article 331
Colby-Sawyer joins effort to fight global warming. Brief article 168
College investing plan is doing its part. Larsen, Sylvia 594
Comedy for CASA. 206
Concord firm charged with another PCB storage violation. Sanders, Bob 362
Concord: the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund has been named a semifinalist in the competition to be named one of two U.S. community development financial institutions that will share $8.25 million in grants and awards from an new awards program offered by the Opportunity Finance Network and sponsored by The Wachovia Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Brief article 81
Credit account. Brief article 245
Cut 'em off at the past. Morin, Mike 529
Despite falling dollar, N.H. exports to Canada grow slowly. Stone, Tracie Brief article 324
Diplomatic impunity. 337
Do-it-yourself approach can defeat business expansion plans. Panciocco, Patricia M. 703
Eco-entrepreneur hones in on responsible consumerism. Stone, Tracie 774
Entrepreneurs scare up business for Halloween. Sanders, Bob 1751
Ethics award nominations sought. Brief article 161
Explore the flavors of Rhineland in a glass. Kibbe, Cindy 702
Exports pull back in July. Simos, Evangelos Otto 800
F&J tote board. 166
Future residential construction contracts down again. Stone, Tracie Brief article 253
Gary Hirshberg, founder and CEO of Stonyfield Farm, was among those taking part in a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of work on a new building at the company's Londonderry site. 144
Governments gone wrong. Woodburn, Jeff 395
Grin and beer it: beverage distributors battle keg loss. Stone, Tracie 483
Hampshire First Bank appoints Davis. 117
Highway construction industry sees a need for more revenue. Kenny, Jack 1418
Hood, Kallis join Eaton Partners. 99
Hopkinton orchard for sale. Brief article 197
If you're not part of the solutions ... Brief article 142
Is your marketing driving customers away? Bourque, Ron Column 807
It's been making the rounds ... 112
Judge seeks I-93 compromise. Brief article 131
Key public health-care purchasers form partnership. Kibbe, Cindy 313
Lawmaker seeks ban on standard light bulbs. Sanders, Bob 413
Lebanon: ethanol maker Mascoma Corp. is working with the University of Tennessee to build a cellulosic ethanol biorefinery outside of Knoxville, the company announced. 113
Legislature gets a reprieve on ed funding. Mosca, Ed 649
Low-income children deserve support. Gregg, Judd 572
Manchester attorney David Nixon. Kenny, Jack Interview 1208
Milford energy firm to pay EPA fine. Brief article 110
Milford Superfund site cleanup hearing planned. Brief article 231
Mt. Sunapee land cited as conservation priority. Brief article 101
Multiple choice. Stone, Tracie 275
Nashua: Congressman Paul Hodes unveiled a four-part plan for easing the tax burden on small businesses during a stop in Nashua last month. Brief article 125
New England has assets--but we have to use them. Norton, Bill Column 667
New Hampshire's top business lawyers. List 3357
NHBB, PSNH honored for pollution prevention efforts. 397
On tax policy, don't forget entrepreneurs. Stottlemyer, Todd 434
Partial returns: lawmaker revives auto parts return bill. Sanders, Bob Brief article 324
PSNH's wood project wins national award. 119
Stock check. Statistical table 1184
Successful firms should treat managers like 'virtual owners'. Willax, Paul A. 776
Tech firm tangled in Iran scam. Brief article 253
Telecom construction firm answers the call for quality: customer service is at the heart of nextGen's success. Stone, Tracie 840
TFM takes title in softball league. Brief article 115
The Timberland Company. Brief article 81
Tinseltown tots. Stone, Tracie Brief article 252
Toll hikes just a first step. 368
Washington, D.C.: Members of the U.S. House from Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont are asking the Federal Communications Commission to carefully review the proposed sale of Verizon's land telephone lines in the three states. Brief article 106
Where there's smoke: cigar bar lit up over new law. Sanders, Bob 439
Young professionals group makes a splash in Nashua. Galvin, Lindsay 810

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