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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (April 25, 2008)

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"Hippest store' opens in Nashua. Brief article 184
'Cosi Fan Tutte,' Mozart's best "rom-com," comes to New Hampshire with a production by the Granite State Opera May 9 and 11. 91
'Personnel files' can contain more than you think. Johnson, Linda 834
'U.S. News' again ranks Pierce Law. Brief article 156
A man who set an example for all of us. Cohen, Burt 661
Ameriprise to pay state $3.8m over practices. Sanders, Bob 700
Assistance expansion: House OKs jobless benefits for part-timers. Sanders, Bob Brief article 294
BAE Systems plans to add 150 jobs. Brief article 145
Blue Seal acquires Mass. competitor. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 173
Calendar. Calendar 951
Campbell OKd as new DOT chief. Brief article 122
Centex sells Loon development. Brief article 215
Changing tables: StockerYale delists itself. Sanders, Bob Brief article 189
Cleaning up: electric co-op seeks to cut carbon footprint. Brief article 178
Cold or warm sake soothes with flavors of Japan. Kibbe, Cindy 844
Cooper Cargill acquires Berlin law firm. Brief article 98
Council OKs deal with builder. Brief article 229
DES, planning organization ink agreement. Brief article 183
Despite the tough economic times facing the Berlin-Gorham area, residents remain optimistic about the future, according to a survey conducted by the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire. Brief article 92
Economic development post remains vacant. Brief article 338
Efforts grow to diversify Coos economy. Dornin, Chris 1262
Elliot at River's Edge wins state go-ahead. Brief article 187
Energy efficient: Colebrook enters landfill gas generation deal. Sanders, Bob Brief article 185
Event offers a Taste of Downtown Nashua. Brief article 206
F&J tote board. 256
Financial 'reform': an empty shell. Editorial 356
Firepower to the people. Morin, Mike Personal account 498
From John Laflam, Jeff Murphy, Deborah Fernandez, Jeff Benway and Nick Cricenti, all of SFC Engineering Partnership, are shown at Loon Mountain, where they participated earlier this year in SnowFest, a fund-raising event held on behalf of CASA New Hampshire, a children's rights advocacy group. 96
Fuel aid is an economic necessity for region. Kennedy, Joseph P., II; Brett, James T. 794
Hitchiner Manufacturing readily adapts to changing markets: Milford-based firm has firmly established itself globally. Stone, Tracie 865
Hospitals see red in proposed Medicaid cuts. Kibbe, Cindy 1168
Hunting for literacy. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 254
In honor of heroes, known and unknown. Cook, Brad Viewpoint essay 748
Jaffrey condo returns to court. Brief article 163
Lights! Camera! Homeroom! Kibbe, Cindy 324
Locally owned Optima Bank opens in Portsmouth. Brief article 292
Looking ahead: 10-year plan is goal of tourism conference. Feingold, Jeff Conference news 130
Making the rounds ... Brief article 210
Martini Northern. Brief article 89
Microdesk tapped for Google training. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 166
Milk does a state good. Kibbe, Cindy 349
Miss. judge to keynote Bar Foundation dinner. 113
N.H. group backs regional cyber defense center. Kibbe, Cindy 436
N.H. rent increases top nation. Brief article 227
Nashua launches lead inspection effort. Brief article 130
Nashua's new mayor follows her own path. Kenny, Jack 1317
New Dover waterfront plan unveiled. Brief article 135
New downtown group director has big plans for Nashua. Meighan, Patrick 860
New Hampshire Community Loan Fund President Juliane Eades of Canterbury has been honored with an Outstanding Women of New Hampshire Award by the Keene State College President's Office and the Campus Commission on the Status of Women for her exceptional service and leadership, especially in the area of equality for women. 86
Oil's well? Brief article 267
Proposed fuel storage fee assailed by loggers, truckers: the fee would be as high as $1,000 and fund a hazmat emergency response team. Sanders, Bob 433
Q&A with ... Red Cross executive director Lisa Michaud. Kenny, Jack Interview 762
Qualifying the term 'qualified' worker. Kiernan, Katie 746
Roll 'em. 377
Rolling the dice on regulation: state financial regulators don't see much good in federal overhaul plan. Sanders, Bob 1798
Selling features? It can lead to failure. Nadilo, Rudy 757
Stock check. Statistical table 1260
Sturm, Ruger & Company has announced a recall of Ruger SR9 pistols that can fire if dropped. Brief article 84
Teas named chamber's Business Person of Year. (RESOURCES: nashua). Brief article 239
The Dunfey Brothers, who went from operating a dam stand at Hampton Beach to building a hotel empire that included Omni Hotels, the Royal Orleans Hotel in New Orleans and the Biltmore Plaza Hotel in R.I., have been honored by the University of New Hampshire with the 2008 Hoteliers of the Year Award. 100
The electronic revolution comes to litigation: how smaller businesses and smaller law firms are benefiting. McNamara, Richard 582
Truth in labeling: state agencies in joint effort to enforce new workers' comp law. Smith, Ashley 753
Underdogging it. 91
Voters will grumble, but what can they do? Norton, William 781
We can always learn from the best. Bourque, Ron Obituary 711
We're still open for business. Mortellaro, Carolyn Letter to the editor 279
What N.H. needs: truth in spending. Gatsas, Ted 674
Wi-Fi access for downtown Nashua seen in May. Brief article 247
Work place: state seeks to get visitors to stay. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 166

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